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This has to be one of the most beautifully restored properties in Umbria. What makes it more special is that it is lovingly maintained and well managed by Sonia and team who will make your holiday an absolute pleasure.
We booked La Ginestre for a week with my sister and her family. 8 of us in total. We had so much space and all the facilities were better then we'd hoped for and better than the website even suggests.
It truly is a special...More
From the moment I arrived at this magical spot, I knew my first trip to Italy was going to be perfect. Each "house" on the property is unique with gorgeous rooms, kitchen and common areas. Sonia, the manager, could not have been more helpful and...More
I've been leading yoga vacations worldwide for over 10 years. This was our first trip to Italy and we were absolutely in love with it! We chose Bastia Creti because one of the living rooms was large enough to practice yoga in... but it was...More
I stayed at Bastia Creti for seven days for a yoga vacation. The location is in a word amazing. The grounds are breathtaking - sunsets are quite beautiful. We had breakfast there every day and 5 dinners. The food was delicious - a great variety...More
Response from BorgoBastiaCreti | Property representative |
Borgo di Bastia Creti offers 2 bedrooms with ground floor access perfect for people with some minor mobility problems, but the property hilly position, internal steepy gravel road connecting the houses and... More
Borgo di Bastia Creti offers 2 bedrooms with ground floor access perfect for people with some minor mobility problems, but the property hilly position, internal steepy gravel road connecting the houses and limited access for a disable to most of the common areas don’t make it the ideal place for a person on a wheelchair.
It (rarely) happened in the past to host guests on a wheelchair, but with a previous inspection of them or close relatives, or friends who could directly evaluate the situation in advance.
Remaining at your disposal,
With kindest regards
On site manager
Borgo di Bastia Creti
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