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Located on the peaceful shores of Monte Isola isle in Lake Iseo, la Foresta Monteisola features a garden, restaurant, and private mooring dock.
The place is wonderful. the staff is super nice and kind. the food was delicious and the restaurant was super cool and comfy with beautiful relaxing music. absolutely loved this place.
Hotel Bellavista Meublè is located in Monte Isola island, in the Lake Iseo. The hotel has a barbecue and sun terrace, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Every room comes with a flat-screen TV.
Tutto perfetto! Highly recommended.
Sensole locanda contemporanea has a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Monte Isola. With a bar, the 3-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom....
Such a gem! What a fantastic stay with our Golden Retriever Bertie at Sensole Locanda - with its dreamy location by Lago d’Iseo, spectacular rooftop terrace and the best cocktails we’ve ever had in Italy. It only opened in May 2022 and the Rooms are simple and minimalist, while the shared guest areas are stylishly decorated and the staff were incredibly friendly. Giovanni, the manager and owner, was a wonderful host and he has put together a great team for easily the most modern hotel we saw on the island of Monte Isola. The food was really excellent, so good we ate at the restaurant twice. Breakfast great too. Unquestionably the highlight was being able to sit with an Aperol Spritz on the grass ‘beach’ right by the lake and watch our dog Bertie have the time of his life swimming.
Castel Oldofredi is located on the island of Monte Isola, surrounded by Lake Iseo and is reachable by ferries.
Fabulous stay. Special location with incredible views. Lovely comfortable rooms, nice warm pool and gardens. Tasty food.
Foresteria La Ceriola is offering accommodations in Monte Isola. Featuring a mini-market, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. The guest house has family rooms.
Nice accommodation in very calm, non touristic area. We admired old stone houses in this small village and enjoyed a walk down the hill to the see. Personal was very friendly.
Come una volta is offering accommodations in Monte Isola. The guest house has family rooms.
Outstanding manager, Romina was so friendly, welcoming and accommodating. She went above and beyond to help us extend our stay by an additional night at the last minute. Location was excellent, just a few minutes from the ferry and just one row back from the water. Real old style, homey B&B. Felt so at ease there. Would have preferred a queen-sized mattress, but that's a minor issue. Loved this place and the whole island and will stay here again if we return.
Located in Monte Isola, Casadina has air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony and free Wifi. The property has garden and city views.
Very clean, comfortable & quiet at night. Kitchen was fully equipped. Even had an awesome panini maker! Washing Machine was awesome complete with detergent & drying rack. The dishwasher was a nice surprise. Matteo was awesome in explaining everything! We especially enjoyed the bikes! We hiked & biked all over the island! Thank you for everything and it was nice to have the milk, butter & jellies! If you plan on cooking in buy groceries before you arrive in Monte Isola. There is no real grocery stores. We did shop before and glad we did. Check out the bakery very close to apartment, the baked goods are good and the baker is so nice! Also highly recommend Trattoria al Campel! Try the fish pasta and the mixed fish appetizer! The food and the owner were awesome! House white wine was also good! Great prices.
L'Isola dei Sapori is located in Monte Isola. This beachfront property has a balcony and free Wifi.
the property was a well appointed self contained two bedroom apartment excellently located and with lovely views over the lake. Highly recommendable.
THe Sulzana train station (40 minutes from Brescia and $euro) is a short stroll down to the ferry terminal that takes one to Mont Isola (the island) and the apartment is some 50 meters from the ferry and the local bus terminal.
Being on the Island and especially sleeping and then waking up on the Island is a unique opportunity to step away from normal life and slow everything down. It's the most populated Lake-Island in Europe and so has enough to offer the tourist in terms of accommodation and restaurants etc while still providing the 'island feel'. Lack of cars goes a long way to heling this. Sensole is the best place to stay as it provides evening sunsets and is just that far enough away from Peschiera to help the crowds thin out a little
A beautiful and tranquil place, one can easily walk around the entire island in a couple of hours, no traffic (there are no cars on the island and only a very few small trucks and buses, there are motorbikes however). Climbing to the very top of the island is a most, but beware it is basically straight up and could be very strenuous for some, but worth it. The small villages around the island are charming, very low key. Food on the island was very good, Trattoria Ai Tre Archi is family run and very reasonable. Trattoria del Sole also very good, a little bit more expensive but a lovely setting.
A quiet island. No cars. An oasis of calm. Lovely people. Good restaurants. Great ferry service. Perfect place to relax. Mr Bike in Sulzano rents good cycles with the nicest cycle ever from there to pisogne. All in all a little gem
After a couple of weeks in the big cities of Italy, Monte Isola was a perfect change of pace. The parks were relaxing and the restaurants were all amazing! Everyone was so hospitable, despite our lack of Italian. The treks to and from different areas were more strenuous, especially in the heat and humidity, than expected. But, the bus was reasonable and easy to use. And, best of all, for self-proclaimed “foodies,” we really loved the fresh fish, pizza, & pasta! (Vittoria, La Torre, & Al Campel respectively.) We appreciated finding this gem where few people were tourists, especially in the more northern towns of the island.
Little hidden gem .dont want anyone else to know about it so that it doesn’t become as busy as garda. Hired a beautiful boat from eccole arechetti and would definitely recommend. We visited Verona for the arena opera and Garda to visit sirmione and the Roman ruins. So sad to be leaving x