Lovely sitting areas, a reading room, bucolic ceiling and wall frescoes, and a garden terrace all add quiet and elegant charm to this 14th-century building, where several rooms have valley views. You could settle in for a week and take a cooking course, or have the staff book you a bicycle or horseback excursions through the countryside. Consider splurging on the suite with the fireplace or reserving the room with the small terrace.
Nov 2, 2009
We had a very comfortable stay at Palazzo Bocci, and would definitely return. Our room was spacious, and included a foldout couch and a view over the valley. It was nice, but not luxurious. The breakfast room was ok, but the outdoor terrace where you could have breakfast was charming and offered great views. The front desk staff was helpful and made a restaurant reservation for us. The location in the center of Spello was good, though
be aware you have a steep drive up a narrow road to get there.