"Secluded and peaceful setting, lovely hosts."
The setting is absolutely serene, high above vineyards and the countryside. Many outdoor seating areas with vine covered gazebos for shade, pool is huge with many lounge chairs and gazebos again, although too cool in October to make use of it! (And a play area/swing set for children.) When we checked-in, we purchased a bottle of the owner’s Chianti (very light, nice sipping wine). Ionno served the wine, 2 glasses and a tray of olives, peanuts and croutons, to us under one of the gazebos, overlooking the valley. It was divine after the drive from Rome. We had dinner there the first night, prepared just for us with antipasti, spaghetti with fresh tomatoes, and bread and wine. We were on the second level; the room was large, bathroom well appointed (shower only, good water flow), impeccably clean room and bathroom. Breakfast each morning with baked items, meats & cheeses. Internet was down, so we went into town and found a café with free WiFi, which gave us an opportunity to stroll the local streets as well. The only negative was we had some trouble finding the place. Stopped and asked for directions and a local man had us follow him to the road leading to the B&B. The entire property is gated (I found out later due to wild boar!) and we initially could not contact the owners via the intercom at the gate. Reached them finally by phone from back in town, and from then on it was a great experience.
Traveller from Vermont, USA