Villa Campestri is a nice hotel in an ancient villa that looks like a castle even. The thick walls allow for a chilled temperature in the building even in summer although there is no AC in the room (at least not the one we were). The castle overlooks the valley and is surrounded by lawns and fields – the swimming pool is big enough to allow for a cooling swim in the morning or during the day. All rooms are furnished differently and with ancient furnishings: beds, closets, desks, chairs – this creates a very nice atmosphere that you don’t find everywhere. Breakfast is served in the first floor in the mornings with fresh food, however sometimes it was a bit crowded down there and we had to wait for the waiter to supply additional bread, salumis, cheese etc. Despite from all the above said we are a bit disappointed with the restaurant where we then only ate once: there were only two waiters that night. As the dinner hours are only within 7pm and 9.30 pm and there were plenty of tables & guests to be served, all went a bit chaotic and comic: there was a break for 30 minutes between the appetizer and the main course, then we sat 25 minutes in front of our main course plates once they were finished. When the waiter delivered desert, there was no space to put the desert plates as there was the dinner plates still. We talked to the waiter the next day and shared out experience and observations. He agreed that was a special night but – to be honest – the price level of the restaurant and the expectations that they set with all of it are too high for guests to really accept that.