We stayed here as part of a group of 15 in September 2014. The Palazzo was booked by a friend and though it looked great on screen you never know until you arrive. We weren't disappointed, from the greeting by Claudia who is lovely and could not have been more helpful to the lovely airy, period rooms we felt we'd hit the jackpot. The palazzo is rustic and simple with much of the original features kept and the furniture is in keeping with the building so don't expect anything modern. The two larger bedrooms with their four posters feel like they belong in a much grander building!
The pool has sun all day, with two decent sized shades and plenty of loungers. It's big enough (about 15 metres long) to swim lengths and although there's no shallow end there are steps so younger children can play under supervision.
The kitchen is well equipped and we had no problem cooking for 15 (there's also a barbeque in the garden) and outside there is a long table with plenty of... more