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Very easy to find. Pretty driveway, walk through courtyard then you enter a dark, untidy, uninviting unwelcoming reception area. Very quick handover. Room small, stuffy, dark. No air con in 40 degree heat! Ceiling fan, with broken light bulb in it. Patio nice, but couldn't...More
This 14th c manor farm is set in beautiful countryside, but my husband and I were disappointed by our stay there. Our room was uncomfortable, with one big bed and one child's bed while we had asked for two single beds. The dining room was...More
A magnificent setting, a charming courtyard, rustic furniture in rooms, tiled floors and marble bathroom. The water was hot, but a trickling flow. We felt more attention was needed to the room. We had breakfast, lunch and dinners, all local produce. Antipasto was generous and...More
Very pleasant and picturesque setting; rooms rather monastic and costly Euro 70 for a single occupancy. Very few people staying at this time of year so the atmosphere was lacking. The food was only reasonable - and again costly by comparison to better meals elsewhere....More
The grounds and vineyards are beautiful. I can only imagine in the warmer times of the year with the vines in bloom and the pool and outside areas cleaned up and decorated for the season how beautiful it must be. The young lady at the...More
US$100 - US$158 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No. It's all situated at the top of a hill surrounded by a large and beautiful farm. We loved the stunning views and thus drinking wine on the terrace. Unfortunately, you'll have to take the bad (their restaurant's food and... More
No. It's all situated at the top of a hill surrounded by a large and beautiful farm. We loved the stunning views and thus drinking wine on the terrace. Unfortunately, you'll have to take the bad (their restaurant's food and tourist bus service) with the good, which is just about everything else. Solution? Make it a short stay!