I had the privilege of staying in Terrazza Bella for two months during February and March. The town is quiet this time of year yet there is plenty to do and see in Spoleto and nearby villages and towns. My hosts and owners of the property, Laurie and Norma offered the greatest hospitality from booking to pick upon my arrival until my departure. Laurie even stopped by a grocery store so I could pick up some things before he delivered me to the apartment. They also provided a nice welcome package of olive oil, pasta, wine, coffee, tea etc. During my stay he was a phone call away if needed. The apartment with two bedrooms was spacious, light, comfortable and had a fully equipped kitchen with everything necessary to prepare full meals. There is a lovely terrace off the main living area and a balcony overlooking the pedestrian street off the two bedrooms. The apartment is comfortable for up to 4 persons. There was plenty of room for family that came to stay. Laurie was more than helpful and gracious to pick up family members when they arrived. The train is only a 10 minute walk but with luggage this was a really appreciated service. The location of the apartment with it's close proximity to the train station makes it an ideal location for exploring other lovely Umbrian towns. Assisi was less than 45 minutes by train, It was a favorite destination. Orvieto, Perugia and other lovely towns and cities are easily accessible. Rome is only an hour and half by train. Norcia and Montefalco are great day trips by bus. Beautiful historic Spoleto is enough in itself. It is an extraordinary place and there is more than enough to see and do. There are Roman sites and beautiful churches. The walk up to the top of town, to the Rocca and Ponte delle Torri is worth every step. There is a mobile stairway to get you to the top without the strenuous climb, but if you are able, walking up the narrow streets and past the shops enjoying the sights along the way is worth the effort. The view from the top of the town is amazing and it is a great place to sit and soak in the beauty. Hiking the via Francesco up to Monteluco and visiting the little church of San Francesco was a highlight. I highly recommend a visit to Spoleto. The food is delicious the people are warm, friendly and welcoming. If you stay at Terrazza Bella or any one of Norma and Laurie's properties you will have a home away from home and enjoy every minute. I cannot wait to return.