The hotel is very clean and well-restored, and the staff were cordial. Norcia is a challenging visit right now, as the tragedy caused by the earthquake is everywhere you look. Not a lot of tourists around, if any, but since it's historically a bit of a tourist town, there's a bit of a weird balance - I had difficulty meeting people, and apart from the hotel and a sprinkling of restaurants, all of the businesses and homes are currently in a temporary village outside of the old town walls. This hotel was warm, the bed was incredibly comfortable, and it was a great value for the room itself. It's more of a question of whether or not you'd want to visit Norcia at the moment -- certainly I think they need tourists right now to help rebuild the town, but it was a weird place. I felt a good amount of sorrow the entire time I was there. If you do decide to visit Norcia, though, I would recommend this place - it was restored after an earthquake in the 60s so it survived and has been recently renovated again. Breakfast was a cappuccino and pastry at the bar downstairs.