The rooms of the three-stars Borgo Sant’Angelo Hotel are very spacious, bright, and decorated with great finesse.

The furnishing materials are all-natural. Wood is the protagonist in all rooms of this romantic hotel located a few steps away from the historic centre of the town.
The property has been restored in full respect of the original conformation. The ceiling still has the wooden beams, and this makes every room warm and cosy.
Desk, wardrobe, and bedside tables are coordinated, and in some rooms there are tasteful touches such as modernized mirrors with shelf, or lamps that emanate a soft glow that gives a harmonious atmosphere that enhancing the warm colours that characterized all rooms.

Desk, wardrobe, and bedside tables are coordinated, and in some rooms there are tasteful touches such as modernized mirrors with shelf, or lamps that emanate a soft glow that gives a harmonious atmosphere that enhancing the warm colours that characterized all rooms.

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The beds are very comfortable and equipped with linens ideal to spend hot nights, and be pampered by the warmth of fine workmanship blankets. In some rooms the wrought iron headboard is cleverly decorated.

A quiet environment, with a hilly and mountainous landscape that can be admired from every window, gives tranquility and confidentiality. The breakfast is one of the most sweet time of the permanency in spreading hotel of Borgo Sant’Angelo: products at zero km, with a varied choice between classic croissant and cappuccino, but also organic herbal teas, “Pan di Spagna” cake, pies, and other cakes prepared with natural ingredients, that can be tasted in the hall with poor-style furniture such as the rest of the structure, or on the terrace that overlooking the church of “San Donato”, and its bell tower.
All environments, from the rooms to the big old kitchen for breakfast, are extremely well-kept also in terms of hygiene, order, and the will to make the permanency of guest more serene as possible.
The bed & breakfast formula offered by this hotel is also ideal for those who want to visit only the town of Gualdo Tadino, its museums that tell the local history of the majolica, Matteo from Gualdo, and the ancient Umbrian population.

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