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I have never had to write a negative review but this place deserves the tarnish. I had booked here with my family for next summer, sadly i was informed that the room was not available at the price I had been quoted and confirmed, five...More
Isnt greed one of the 7 deadly sins? We booked in earlier on in this week and got a really good decent price. why did it then take 5 days to contact us and say sorry there was a 'mistake' with the booking wrong price...More
our friends gave us the number of this B&B and we called right away. There was a room for us, it was not expensive - 60 eur/day with a view on the sea. The berakfast is included. It is really great to sit on the...More
Good position for a panoramic view, but not the best. One year ago we stayed one night and we found the room rather small, but the price was not too much expensive (70 euro a day). This year we wanted to return and I sent...More
This small and comfortable Bed & Breakfast, situated at the entrance of the enchanting historical village of Gabicce Monte, located inside the Natural Park of San Bartolo.Surrounded by natural and untouched parks and gardens, Betty's B&B offers the chance to enjoy a holiday of relax and entertainment. Relax considering this place not only guarantees complete peace and quiet, but also the possibility just in a few minutes, to reach the sandy beaches and entertainment of the Adriatic coast or the more exclusive rocky beaches of Baia Vallugola, Casteldimezzo and the delightful Fiorenzuola di Focara mentioned by Dante in 'The Divine Comedy'.