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La Séca - Antico Albergo Alzese offers accommodations in Pella. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site. Rooms at the property includes free WiFi.
The albergo's location and history were wonderful, as was its cleanliness. It is a period piece that easily accommodates today's traveler (though there is understandably no elevator). What we greatly appreciated the most, however, were the courtesy and hospitality of the owner: a gracious and helpful sculptor and art teacher whose family has owned the property for generations.
Boasting a peaceful location and lake views, Casa Fantini - Lake Time is a boutique hotel on the shores of Lake Orta, in Pella.
The style is amazing, the views from the room beautiful and the attention to detail of the staff remarkable. Great stay in couple
Set in Alzo di Pella on Lake Orta, La Corte di Alzo is a charming B&B offering a choice of rooms and apartments. A homemade breakfast is served in front of the fireplace or out in the garden.
Alessandra and family were wonderful. Such a charming B&B in Alzo, overlooking Lake Orta. Our room was very clean and comfortable. Alessandra provided a delicious breakfast and was such an accommodating host.
Complete with a terrace, Luckylake is located in Pella, 19 miles from Borromean Islands and 9.2 miles from San Giulio Island. This apartment has free private parking, an elevator and free Wifi.
Spectacular view from every room. Squeaky clean apartment, perfect in it's simplicity. Host's attention to details was a pleasant surprise, the place has everything a family with children needs in the kitchen.
Offering pool views, LAirone Apt is a property located in Pella, 21 miles from Borromean Islands and 11 miles from Sacro Monte di Orta. It has a garden, lake views and free Wifithroughout the...
The views of the lake Orta is absolutely stunning. The apartment is well furnished, and exceptionally clean. During the week it was very quite, but in the weekend more people are in the other apartments, and there is a bit more noise, but all very acceptable. The small ‘garden’ and terrace are also very comfortable. The swimming pool is heated and was exceptionally located with stunning views. There are private sunbeds at the pool. Private parking onsite is very pleasant, and although the super markets and stores are not far in terms of driving time, you do need a car to get to the location and the stores.
Holiday Home Monte San Giulio by Interhome is located in Pella, 19 miles from Borromean Islands and 10 miles from San Giulio Island, in an area where cycling can be enjoyed.
Very quiet location. Typical Italian house with nice rooms en lots of space. Very clean.
We stayed in Alzo, part of Pella apparently, but its own little village up the hill somewhat on the west side of Lago d'Orta. The square looks over the lake: fantastic view with a small village feeling. Post office, lodging choices, church, dining (Osteria del Gallo), bank, all a short drive down to Pella or up more to the homes and sights high above.
Take the ferry on Lake Orta across to the island for a closer look. It really is a very pretty area, one of the best kept secrets among the Italian Lakes - everyone has heard of Como and Garda, but all the others are worthy of a short trip too - you can easily cover Orta in a day. We drove around it about three times in all, went to a market in Orta town, bagged a great handmade belt that we had seen in The Grand Dino Hotel for 198 euros for 85 euros, had a nice meal in Pella at La Pizzeria near the ferry stop. There are lots of beautiful views across the Lake and along the mountains, churches and mansion houses overhanging the sides of the mountains displaying all their beauty and grandeur seemingly out of reach. Spectacular in sunlight or moonlight.
Very convenient boat ride to Orta beautiful village Nice ride by little touristic train to Santuario Della Madonna Del Sasso, awesome view! Cool cocktail bar @ Blu Lago cafe Nice restaurant @ L'imbarcadero Good pizza @ La Piazzetta
Many lake resorts are very commercialised. Pella isn't - yet it is still vibrant in summer due to the presence of the Pizzeria, Restaurant, Gelateria and the boat for travelling to and from Orta San Giulio and the Orta island. It's a small place, but it is really nice. It is also easy to catch boats to other parts of the lake.
Small quiet place! Still there are supermarkets where you can buy what you need. We are not pasta lovers and it is served everywhere, so we cooked ourselves. We didn’t use public transport, so I really recommend renting a car or motorcycle to get to the places. The best things to do here is swimming, kanoe, sup surfing and of course taking part in Oceanman Lago d’Orta!
A quieter town than the other side of the lake, with less traffic, fewer tourists, and lots to see -- scenery, historic architecture, an amazing cemetery -- in the hillsides and along the water, Pella is very walkable and compact. On a busy Saturday night, we were fortunate to score dinner outdoors at Taverna Antico Agnello, in a historic villa across and above the lake, thanks to last-minute reservations made by our host.