- pool, free wifi, restaurant
- Hotel Type: Romantic, Small, Nature, Historic, Vineyard
- Hotel size (number of rooms): 7
- Check-in: 14:00 | Check-out: 11:00
- Great location with unforgettable views over the hills
- Excellent evening dining
- Very friendly service from the owners
- The Family Apartment was designed keeping in mind the needs of disabled persons.
- The hotel is situated a 10-15-minute drive from Orvieto and is not easy to find. You’re best off arriving in daylight.
wireless LAN in lobby
Umbria, Italy Map
8 km (A1 Rome-Florence, exit of Orvieto)
6 km (Orvieto)
95 km (Rome, Fiumicino or Ciampino airports)
Even in the famous wine region around the small medieval town of Orvieto, which is known for its wine tourism and beautiful country house hotels, you won’t find anything to compete with the Locanda Palazzone. Its history dates back to the 13th century. At that time it served as a guest house for pilgrims. Today, behind its tuff stone facade that has been skillfully constructed, hides a contemporary elegance in a Nordic style. What guests most love about the Locanda Palazzone is the combination of old and new. Still today the building, which had fallen into disrepair before its restoration by the present owners, Lodovico and Patrizia, shows off its origins as a simple guesthouse. At the same time a minimalist-inspired, Scandinavian design lends the house a light, modern interior to complement its simple facade. Despite its small number of rooms, the hotel still offers its guests everything they need. With its total of 7 suites, of which 6 extend over two floors, there is something for everyone here: solo travelers, couples and both small and larger families. The largest family suite can accommodate 5 guests. The most beautifully designed suite for a romantic getaway is the Cardinal Suite. The hotel restaurant rounds off your stay with fine Italian country cooking and delicious Umbrian wines.
The hotel is part of the Pallazone Winery and is located in the heart of its vineyard. All around this secluded medieval building extends a picturesque landscape of rolling hills dotted with vines, oak forests, meadows and fields. For those interested in wine, tasting sessions can be arranged on request at the hotel’s wine cellar. The hotel’s own wines are also of course available to accompany your meals at the restaurant.