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“The apartment is beautiful. All amenities are available in the apartment. I lacked nothing and the view is overwhelming. You can’t feel fed up. Our hostess welcomed us. Everything is great and went without any problems. She is at your side with questions and advice and happy to help. We would love to come back :)”
Castelrotto, a little town in the heart of the Dolomites and a great place for a charming vacation surrounded by nature and silence with beautiful hiking paths.
Unser kleines romantisches Mühlenzimmer liegt inmitten von Gärten, Apfelwiesen und Weingärten. Die Mühle befindet sich auf unserem Hof, direkt neben einem kleinen Bach - Erholung mitten im Grünen. Wenn die Nächte ab Oktober wieder kühler werden kann man sich auch in unserer gemütlichen Bauernstube am Kachelofen aufwärmen bevor man sich in der Mühle unter der kuscheligen Decke verkriecht.
“Sleeping a night in the mill is an experience that I recommend doing at least once in a lifetime. Falling asleep with the sound of flowing water and with the accompanying stars was regenerating. In this period the mill starts to get cold, so it is necessary to get very warm clothes. Gigel offered us to sleep in alternative in a room with heating and other services, but we decided to sleep in the mill anyway. Gigel, therefore, provided us with very warm blankets for the night, lit us in a room where we could stay for as long as we would have preferred, recovered a hair dryer for me, accepted us before check-in in and helped us, calling her personally, to find a good place to make a dinner with typical local products. He recommended us very well. The breakfast was not less: he pampered us with bread, butter and jam, coffee, milk, yogurt, apples and honey, following our tastes. In fact, he also offered us savory foods that we didn't want like speck, cheese and eggs. Having eaten very well at breakfast, we asked to be able to buy those products and Gigel showed us where to do it. I was sorry to be able to stay in this fantastic place for just one night. I would recommend an extended stay.”