The room is elegantly furnished, with a double bed and a splendid view of vineyards, olive groves and swimming pool; it has a private bathroom with a sensory shower. Inside the room there are Nespresso coffee machine, kettle, herbal teas and mini bar. The room respects the standards of sustainability: it is powered by renewable energy, the floors are in organic Umbrian terracotta handmade and inside there are exposed beams. Identification code IP0230911945
“Wonderful place for traveling by car. Very beautiful location. Calm atmosphere, very clean and comfortable room, delicious breakfasts. Here you will find a spacious room with a comfortable bed, TV, coffee maker, kettle, fridge, a wonderful shower with hydromassage in the bathroom, exit from the room directly to the pool. I really liked the wonderful and stylish design of the room, everything is thought out to the smallest detail. Many thanks to the super-hostess Patrizia for the hospitality and help in resolving my issues. Organization of a transfer from the airport and back, a warm welcome, the possibility of an independent check-in - combination lock, valuable tips on how to spend time, very tasty wine. I will be glad to return here again, I recommend this guest house for people who have come to see the real Italy.”
Close to Trekking, mountain excursions, ski slopes, huts, mountain villages, high mountains, dog areas, mountain bike tracks. You will like my accommodation for: company, peace, clean air, large green spaces, views, food, pet-friendly (dogs, cats, horses), hospitality. My accommodation is suitable for couples, lone adventurers, families (with children +10 years), groups (max 8 people) and furry friends (pets) NOT IN THE HOUSE, but in suitable areas. BREAKFAST NOT INCLUDED. KITCHEN USE ONLY.
“Fantastic place, especially for youngsters to learn about a farm. Silvia is a wonderful host, pays attention to guests, helps enormously in offering suggestions on the things to see in the region. She also showed us how she trains her small (10?) flock of sheep and using sheep dogs. Enjoyed her 10 dogs, 3 of which were "loose" inside her fenced area (other kept in her kennels in the back lot). Occasional dog barking, but usually only when people came up to farm -- dogs greeted us at gate when we came in from our daily travels (very welcoming). Silvia speeks fluent English (Italian, of course, and some German). Area is superb for food and wine -- unbelieveable taste and VERY low prices. Good amount of restaurants within 10 minutes drive. Fantastic views of rolling hills and mountains, small villages, local farms, cattle, horses, sheep on hills. Fantastic bakery goods. Occasional fresh mountain water in little towns flowing out of open spigot. Great water taste. Got invited to an evening of dinner with her and 10 friends -- super nice evening. Sampled some of her home made drinks and salves she makes; also wool yarn. Silvia lives in farm house, shares kitchen and dining table with us and other guests (nice). Very nice to be informed of history and geography of area -- she has a very thorough knowledge of seemingly every little town in the northern area (10+ km north of Verona). Only real negative is that in October, some places (and most museums, of which there are plenty) are closed or have restricted days of opening, but the colors of the trees on the mountain hills well made up for it. Am planning on coming back maybe August (or October again) next year.”
Valpolicella. Pantry of art and flavors. Verona. Perfume of love and history. In addition to enjoying an excellent climate, this area offers a mix of incomparable scenarios: you can admire beautiful landscapes, which are divided between the green of the vineyards and the striking natural and architectural beauties, without in any way renouncing the historical cultural tourism that the city of Verona reserve only 20 / 25minutes.
“This is a really quirky, interesting space. It is spotlessly clean and there are inventive features all over. Owners very helpful and responded to all our questions from where to swim - to what to do with the rubbish. We stayed for a couple of days after week long trip to the Dolomites and it was just what we needed to explore Verona and Lake Garda (all too short). It was also within 2 hour drive of Venice airport. For us - a couple in our 50s wanting a bit of a rest and a base after hiking, it was perfect. However, be aware that this place is in quite a remote hamlet 15 minutes drive from Negrar and up very windy roads. Our advice would be to stock up on food at the local supermarket (Negrar) before venturing up the hill. There did not seem to be any restaurants or bars within walking distance which might be an issue for some people - so be prepared to make your own entertainment (we found very very reasonable local - Valpolicelli to drink in) or have to drive. All in all though - great value and gives you a slice of real Italy as opposed to tourist Italy.”