Wish you were here?

Cuq-en-Terrasses
Cuq-Toulza, France

Hilltop location,
stunning gardens,
peaceful atmosphere

Wish you were here?

Hotel Santa Maria
Rome, Italy

Near the river Tiber,
cheerful staff,
great breakfast

Wish you were here?

The Queen's Head
Penrith, U.K.

Village pub,
recently refurbished,
great for walkers

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Our series editor, Fiona Duncan, writes for the Sunday Telegraph and is the UK's most respected hotel reviewer.

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Our places to say in Corsica are dotted around this large holiday island, much loved by the French, two inland and one by the sea.

Corsica is a wonderful rugged place, with a turbulent history, looking like a mountain thrust up from the sea. Its inland scenery is wild and often surprising while the 960-km coastline has world-class sandy beaches, quiet coves, fishing villages, jagged headlands and tumbling cliffs. We have always wished we could find more of our kind of hotel here; we know plenty that are OK, but few which stand out.

Our short selection of places to stay on Corsica covers a range of accommodation – a village inn, a guesthouse and a seaside hotel. All have the qualities of hand-picked character and charm we seek out. One of our longstanding favourites is A Pasturella. 

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A Pasturella

Monticello, 20220, L'Ile Rousse, +33 (0) 495 60 05 6
In a peaceful hill village

A Pignata

Route des sites archeologiques de Cucuruzzu, 20170 Levie, Corsica, France, +33 (0)4 95 78 41 90
Peaceful village guesthouse

Castel Brando

202222, Erbalunga, +33 04 95 30 10 30
Restored with care and flair

Le Maquis

BP 94 - 20166 Porticcio, +33 (04) 95 25 05 55
In one of Corsica's prettiest spots
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