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Offering a garden and a sun terrace, family-run La Via del Sole has rooms with mountain views and parquet floors. Located in Giaglione, it comes with a shared lounge and free parking. What a view, what a host, what a room! The quality of linen, the details ( a laurelleaf in the bottom of the cupboard), the friendly welcome and a decent breakfast even after a late night reservation were great. Moreover the extremely clean and tidy place. Apart from all this : what a beautiful little palace and garden. Wifi was also excellent.
Armona is set in Susa. This property offers access to free WiFi. The holiday home features a flat-screen TV. There is a dining area and a kitchen equipped with a microwave. Spacious, cozy, clean and well equipt apartment, quiet neighborhood, with good access to town, hiking and ski resorts, very friendly host
With river views, Agriturismo al pra di muriet is located in Susa and has a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, bar, garden and terrace. It’s location was perfect and our hostess went out of her way to welcome us and make sure we had everything we needed. Breakfast was wonderful.
Featuring garden views, AGRITURISMO Cré Seren in Susa features accommodations, a restaurant, a bar, a shared lounge and a terrace. The apartment features both WiFi and private parking free of charge. The host was VERY service oriented; the fresh made food delicious and abundant; the environment quiet. The apartment very clean and comfortable. Home made wines delicious!
Located in Susa in the Piemonte region, B&B Beauregard has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking, as well as access to a fitness room. A great spot just above Susa. Even without Aircon the basement room was nice and cool in the middle of summer. Fridge was a nice bonus, and the continental breakfast was good too. Nice and peaceful, and 2 really friendly dogs on site.
Featuring garden views, AGRITURISMO Cré Seren in Susa features accommodations, a restaurant, a bar, a shared lounge and a terrace. The apartment features both WiFi and private parking free of charge. The host was VERY service oriented; the fresh made food delicious and abundant; the environment...
Armona is set in Susa. This property offers access to free WiFi. The holiday home features a flat-screen TV. There is a dining area and a kitchen equipped with a microwave. Spacious, cozy, clean and well equipt apartment, quiet neighborhood, with good access to town,...
On average, 3-star hotels in Susa cost $108 per night, and 4-star hotels in Susa are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Susa can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The town is full of interesting buildings especially for me Roman antiquities. There are so many interesting buildings to see and very good eating places. There is so much to see and very accessible .
Awful. Felt like a prison with locked gates and no keys were provided. Host rushed us. Unfriendly. Cold coffee. Poor breakfast. The room was someone's bedroom full of family photos. Host slept in room across corridor. No privacy. Noisy dogs
I ended up in Susa because it's where my great grandparents were from, so it was a bit of a genealogical pilgrimage (and nice to be in a city filled with Rivettis!). The fact that it turned out to be one of the most beautiful and interesting places I've seen in Italy (and I've been all over) was just plain lucky. Susa has seen lots of action over the years because of its strategic location in a valley passage through the Alps between Italy and France. Because of that, it has architectural and cultural treasures from many cultures and all periods, all the way back to Ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, the Savoy dynasty, etc. Beautiful scenery, beautiful ruins, beautiful churches, lots of delicious food, and I just loved the energy of this town: quiet but not boring. Side trips we took included one to Sacra di San Michele, the abbey built into the top of a mountain on which Umberto Eco is said to have based his abbey in The Name of The Rose. It is the symbol of Piedmont and one of my top 5 do not miss sights in all of Italy, We also visited the little town of Mattie (where my family is specifically from). Very fascinating and friendly little village up a winding mountain road. The people in this area are very happy to meet visitors from the United States (doesn't seem like they get many). These are the places you won't hear about when you're planning a vacation to Italy, so I feel like my family history handed me a real gift with these towns. Highly, highly recommend.
Attractive small mountain town on border of the mountain route from Italy to France; several well preserved Roman remains and a pleasant town for a couple of hours' walk. If you are on your way from Italy to France and want to avoid the Mondane tunnel into France, there is an underused scenic mountain route via Lansebourg Mont Cenis which adds about an hour to the drive and saves some tolls.