A home from home in a peaceful, bucolic and beautiful setting on a Tuscan hillside overlooking the Tiber valley. The road to this idyllic place is rough in places but one will forget all about that on arrival.
There are three aspects to this small hotel and restaurant.
First, Giuseppe, the owner, who speaks excellent English and knows London well, greets one as a long lost friend. He goes out of his way to satisfy all tastes e.g one of our guests is on a special diet and he made sure that her needs were fully satisfied.
Second, the ambience: before the meal one is welcomed in a homely sitting room with books, magazines, objets d'art, paintings and drawings - some by local artists. The Tuscan antipasto is served in this room giving one the chance to relax before proceeding to the dining room.
Third, the meal. We booked lunch for eight people and were served with five tasty Tuscan dishes. The meal ended with a variety of liqueurs, some homemade e.g. absinthe.
A truly wonderful experience which lasted for five hours.
The cost was reasonable - certainly did not break the bank.