We had a family room for 1 night and enjoyed sitting out on the terrace enjoying a drink from the mini bar before driving 5 minutes into the pretty town. Rooms and bathrooms were very spacious and clean. Staff were friendly and pleasant. On site parking. Only negative was that the property backed onto train station.
Located in Lake Orta, this farm stay is within 2 mi (3 km) of Sacred Mountain of Orta, Basilica of San Giulio, and Pella …More
Old fashioned hotel. 3 star. But great Buffett breakfast, plenty of choice and fresh each day.. Nice touch of coffee, cold drinks and cakes and yogurts to help yourself to.. Free wifi, patchy and only near reception.. Rooms basic, but clean.. Old style hotel with comfortable beds.. Choose a balcony room facing downhill.. We booked last minute, cheap deal to the lovely lake.. But you can't see lake at all from here.. Up the hill from main square 15 min brisk walk.. Not for the faint hearted .. Hotel is downhill walk from train station, bout 8 mins.. But not really near anything.. We would choose to stay in the square area next time as the walk up hill to the hotel in the heat was wearisome ! Go for one with a bathing area.
Traveller from portsmouth
Located in Lake Orta, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Sacred Mountain of Orta and Basilica of San Giulio. Pella …More
Interesting and quirky room, lovely breakfast. Top floor room called 'a room of ones own' has a great view of Lake Orta and the stone roofs of the city. The shower is certainly one of the oddest I have come across, in a good way.
Traveller from istanbul
Located in Lake Orta, this boutique hotel is steps from Mario Motta Plaza, San Giulio Island, and Villa Bossi. Basilica of …More
To the west of Lake Maggiore, in the northern Italy, is Lake Orta. It is a minor star in the constellation of Italy’s subalpine lakes, but is popular with tourists because of its Romanesque and Baroque architecture.