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We stayed for 5 days at Silvignano. Unfortunately too short for us. We enjoyed a lot the peace and rest in this well equiped historic lodge. No airco needed with the thick walls and the breeze in the hills. Besides this Roberto and Diana are...More
Diana and Alberto were very nice and generous hosts. As others mentioned, you arrive in a spectacular property (I think from the 12th century) that is sprawling, incredibly renovated and well stocked with food and coffee. The gardens are also amazing and offer a surprising...More
Thank David G
Response from Diana e Alberto A, Owner at Le Logge di SilvignanoResponded 17 August 2017
Dear David you are amazing Guest
Come back to visit us maybe in fall to enjoi the foliage and new oil and red wines
Thank you fir staying with us
Diana abd Alberto
We stayed at this property for 6 nights during our recent Italy vacation. Diana and Alberto are wonderful hosts. We were upgraded to a beautiful suite, exquisitely decorated with a private terrace that overlooked the Umbrian hills. Diana gave us wonderful recommendations of places to...More
Response from Diana e Alberto A, Owner at Le Logge di SilvignanoResponded 3 May 2016
Dear K and G,
we thank you for you again for staying with us and for the nice words.
We like active Guests and you were amazing with your bikes!!!! Up and down from the hills.
To visit Piano Grande of Castelluccio and its unique...More
We booked Logge di Silvignano suite having fallen in love with the pictures on Trip Avisor.
Alberto and Diane are great; their local information was so useful...from places to visit to local butchers and restaurants of where to get the best food.
The suite we...More
Diana and Alberto are amazing!
I spent hours and hours researching which town/area we would choose as our home base for exploring Umbria and friends had recommended Spoleto, and so without knowing just how close to town Le Logge was, the photos and grounds and...More