Paesotel e Caselle


Central Corsica  |  Venaco

30 rooms - Sleeping 2-3
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Sun 28 Jun 2015


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A comfortable hotel in central Corsica in the heart of mountains and forests.

With spectacular views over the Vallee du Tavignano next to the trout rich Vecchio river, the Paesotel E Caselle is a comfortable hotel with great facilities. The location of the hotel is calm and relaxing and the setting is natural and peaceful. Inspired by the Bergeries of the island’s interior, the architecture and decor are rustic and the recently refurbished rooms are well equipped.

E Caselle, as well as having a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, spa and tennis courts, offers activities in the local area including horse riding, walking and canyoning. The beaches of the east coast are less than an hour away if you fancy a dip in the sea, and the mountains and forests of central Corsica are right on your doorstep.


Facilities in hotel

Swimming pool, garden, bar, restaurant, Jacuzzi and spa (payable locally).

Facilities in room

En-suite bathroom with wc, Satellite television, telephone, safe, hairdryer.


  • Restaurants: Venaco 5km
  • Shops: Venaco 5km
  • Main Town: Corte 20km
  • Airport: Bastia 75km

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Rooms at Paesotel e Caselle

Pavilion Room with Terrace

From £928pp

Sleeps up to 3 (2 adults)


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Standard Room

From £990pp

Sleeps up to 2 


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Standard Room with Private Terrace

From £1,046pp

Sleeps up to 2 


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About the Local Area


Venaco emerges from the landscape of the island’s interior just south of Corte.  This wonderful village with its superb views sits below the hills of Monte Padro with a Baroque church and terrace and the main square and local cuisine restaurants and nearby campsite, this village easily caters for all of your needs.


This area of Corsica is furthest away from the beaches however being in the centre of the island, the beaches of the east coast are just under an hour’s drive away.  If you fancy a nearer ‘dip’ then the amazing gorges are right on your doorstep providing a bathing opportunity in the cool fresh mountain waters of the interior.


A Fiera Di U Casgiu - Venaco - May
A Fiera di U Casgiu, is a rural cheese and local produce fair in Venaco, as seen on Rick Stein's Mediterranean Escapes.

Cavall’In Festa - Corte - June
Horse shows and parades, activities for children, rides, horse-drawn carriages and dressage are all part of the programme.

Fête de la Musique - June
Numerous free live music events are held each year across the island on 21st June.

Festiballu - Corte - June
Traditional dance and music festival (mainly violin) with fiddlers from many other countries as well as Corsica.

Bastille Day - 14th July
A nationwide celebration to commemorate the French Revolution and the end of the 'Ancien Régime' with various parades, night time animations and firework displays.

Foire Du Pratu: A Bocca Di U Pratu - Quercitello - August
Between the last weekend in July and the first weekend in August you will be able to meet breeders, their flocks and their herds. You will be able to sample various Corsican recipes, specialities and obtain a variety of local gastronomic produce. As well as this there will be local arts, crafts and products.

Foire de Saint Roch - Renno - August
The “mountain days” offers a varied programme: films, exhibitions, music, singing, dancing, theatre and debates with writers.

Festimonti - Bocognano - September
The Corsican mountains festival provides an eclectic programme of treks on foot, bicycle or on horseback; various initiations to climbing, canyoning, acrobranche or hang-gliding. Projection of films related to the mountains and debates will also be proposed.


The Restonica Valley
This is probably one of the most beautiful and dramatic areas in Corsica, with its glacial gorges carved into the granite cliffs, which are covered in verdant pine forests. The valley takes its name from the Restonica River, which flows through the cliffs and gorges to the many pools and lakes, dotted around and about, making this a popular place to walk and picnic. The two most well known lakes Lac de Melo and the spectacular Lac de Capitello are accessible by foot via a rather strenuous and in some places steep path.

The Spelunca Gorge
Spanning 2km between the villages of Ota and Evisa this gorge is a formidable sight with its bare granite walls. 1000m high in places it plunges into the green torrent of the confluence of rivers Porto, Tavulella, Onca, Campi and Aitone. The most dramatic views are seen from the road but the valleys and riverbanks are best explored on foot. Evisa is set in lush chestnut forests on the eastern side of the gorge and due to its attraction for walkers has several lunch stops, ranging from modest pizzerias to gastronomic offerings.

The town centre of Corte is one long street through the centre of a valley lined with small shops and stores. As well as strolling in an out of the various shops you can people watch from one of the many pavement cafes and eateries in the main street against the back drop of the surrounding interior scenery.

Horse Riding
Escorted treks of differing lengths into the mountains including a picnic lunch near Corte can be booked. Riding schools often advertise beside the roads using the word "ranch" or a picture of a horse. There are riding centres (centre équestres) in Venaco. Standards are generally very high and horses are in prime condition. When booking a trek don't forget to mention whether or not you are experienced. During the heat of the summer, rides are usually limited to early morning and early evening.

The Castagniccia
This covers roughly 100km² extending from the River Golo in the north as far as the River Tavignano in the south and the central mountains to the west. It is famous for the herds of pigs that roam its lush countryside and takes its name from the dense forests of chestnut trees (castagna). Many of the inland villages boast views over the Tuscan islands to the Alpes on the mainland on clear days and it is well worth taking the car and meandering around the isolated hamlets. The villages are linked by dozens of footpaths (the old mule tracks), mostly well marked and signposted with wooden signposts, and keen walkers should not miss the hike up Mont San Pedrone, the highest peak of the Castagniccia.