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Looking for a hotel or b&b in Matera that is not a steep climb to get to

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I am planning my trip to Matera and am having difficuly in finding a lodging that is not on a very steep incline. Hard to tell from reviews how much of a climb there is. I would like to stay in a cave if possible but will consider a b&b or hotel not in the SASSI.
I would pay up to $250 for a room.
I will not have a car so parking is not important.
I have made temporary reservations at both Corte San Pietro and Palazzo Gattini , both seem absolutely fabulous but concerned about walking I think that I read that Palazzo Gattini might be on a steep hill.
I am a senior woman, active and in good health but sometimes use a cane just for extra security.
Any suggestion will be much appreciated .

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