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Hotel Europa Depandance is 1.2 mi from Isernia city center and features an outdoor swimming pool. It offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. Great staff, excellent ristorante, very comfortable.
Grand Hotel Europa is one mile from central Isernia and features an outdoor swimming pool. It offers free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. Rooms are decorated in a classic style. Didn't have eggs two days. Probably need new recipie. North American coffee too strong. Probably just my taste.
Located in Isernia, Il Piccolo Principe offers accommodations with a balcony or a terrace, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge. Roberta was generous and came to retrieve me and my husband when we were lost a few blocks away. I also left some sweaters in my room and her very nice mother came to the train station to return them in person! Charming decor and very clean.
Located in Isernia in the Molise region, La terrazza del Castello features a garden. With mountain views, this property provides a terrace.
Offering a terrace and views of the mountain, Appartamento La Contessa is set in Isernia. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Lovely clean apartment with courtyard just of major street. Reserved sided street parking. Well appointed kitchen. Grocery store 100 m down the street. Packaged breakfast stuff w/ espresso machine. Add your own food items to make a great meals. Interesting city.
Alba B&B is located in Isernia, 19 mi from Roccaraso and 27 mi from Pescasseroli. Private parking is available on site. Rooms include a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Casa Vacanze Molise is located in Temennotte and offers a garden and a terrace. A buffet breakfast is available daily at the villa.
Il Casale Del Barone has free bikes, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a garden and bar in SantʼAgapito.
Featuring a garden and a terrace, Carpinone Monte provides accommodations in Carpinone with free WiFi and city views.
Located in Carpinone in the Molise region, Casa di Emilia has a balcony and city views.
An interesting old town. It, like Ortona was where the Germans dug in. The town was bombed and badly damaged, but has been rebuilt. There is important 20th Century history here. The Exists restaurant we had dinner in was terrific for the antipasta, but the secondi was disappointing. Good ambiance. And they’re trying. Room to improve.
It was a little tricky getting to but a nice area. Typical old town. A glass of local wine was one euro in a dumpy coffee bar. The old town of Isernia is smack in the middle of a busy modern city.There were some nice restaurants. They have a province map of day driving tours of the area. Some really nice hilltop towns. Much better than Campobasso. The towns of Carovilli and Agnone were pretty mountain towns. Fun driving. We were there in off season so the summer residents were gone from the hilltop towns and it was very quiet. It is about 2000 ft. so it gets cool in the evenings.
The town is not a tourist destination although there is much to see and do in the area. The people are friendly and the food is fantastic. Everything is made fresh. The old town is packed with history and charm. Most everything in the city is within walking distance. There are open air markets twice a week where you can literally buy anything from food to clothing. There are also many fine family owned shops selling quality goods made in Italy. An absolutely charming old city.
I was looking for a little sense of history on a smaller scale than, say, Rome or Florence -- and I definitely found it in Isneria, from a lunch with my Italian teacher, Marco, in the Osteria del Paradiso, with great atmosphere and better food; to the incredible Margarita pizza at Pizzaiolo, a block from my bed-and-breakfast, which served some of the best pizza I've ever tasted. I felt like I was back in the 19th century as I strolled the historic center of the city at night. And I was pleasantly surprised to awaken to a bustling outdoor market with about 15 vendors spread across a couple of blocks of the historic district.
We stayed in Isernia while we visited a nearby smaller town. Not having heard much about it before (except from an Italian host in a villa near Naples, who wondered why we would go there), we found it charming. We stayed in a hotel in the historic center, whose narrow main street dates to the original Roman town. It's a lovely setting, with views of the adjacent hills from all sides of this narrow part of town. There were more reasonable restaurants close by than we could sample in our three days there. It was late June - early July, and as far as we could see there were few, if any, other tourists to be seen, except for a small group that came in on Sunday morning.
8.9 Excellent 110 reviews
A really beautiful place in the historical neighborhood of Isernia. Beautiful room with high ceilings, comfortable modern bathroom, TV, wifi. Room is comfortable enough, but there is also a spacious lounge in the common area with a large TV, oven, coffee maker, tea kettle, etc. 20 min walk from train station, surrounded by lovely little cafés restaurants and bars.
8.9 Excellent 285 reviews
Nice and beautiful room with artwork everywhere. Well equiped kitchen. Nice balcony with great view the weather was cold but in warm weather could be a perfect place for meals and simply relaxing. Located in the old part of Isernia delivers its charm.
7.5 Good 65 reviews
Wonderful staff, excellent restaurant, and clean and quiet and spacious room. Free parking.
9.0 Awesome 24 reviews
Great location, space and great size.
8.8 Excellent 6 reviews