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Campo al Vento Country Farm

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Via Le Fornaci loc. Pianicoli, 06057, Monte Castello di Vibio Italy
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This large farm with swimming pool is situated in Umbria, between Perugia and Orvieto and only at 1:30 a.m. far from Rome. Located at the entrance of the famous village of Monte Castello di Vibio which houses the Concordia Theater or "The Smallest Theater in the World", FIELD IN THE WIND it is surrounded by 12 private hectares of forest, olive groves, and vineyards. In the main building are the rooms and apartments. All rooms have private bathrooms; one of the apartments in P.T. It is suitable for the disabled. FIELD WIND has a beautiful swimming pool surrounded by large green spaces, where you can rest and sunbathe. At guests' disposal are the large interior rooms with fireplace; the pergola with the small and accurate library; a large elevated terrace with wood oven and barbecue picnic; 2 small rooms and suggestive obtained from the restoration of the barn, suitable for yoga/relaxation/game. Guests staying in apartments with kitchen have access to the produce and the henhouse, with organic vegetables and eggs daily.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Free breakfast
Patio
Board games / puzzles
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Parking
Outdoor pool
Shallow end in pool
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Outdoor furniture
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
First aid kit
Umbrella
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Blackout curtains
Desk
Separate dining area
Sofa
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Kitchenette
Stovetop
Bidet
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Electric kettle
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Walk-in shower
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English, French, Italian
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Hellibal wrote a review Apr 2020
Antwerp, Belgium9 contributions
We do NOT advise people to visit ‘Campo al vento’. Although the location and view were very beautifull, peacefull and nice, the worst was yet to come. We made our reservation with ‘Groupon’ and were informed beforehand that we could check in at 3pm in our room. When we arrived, the owner ‘Patricia’ was nowhere to be seen. The kind gardener made much of an effort to help us find the hostess. Finally we met Patricia, it came to us as a surprise that we could not enter the room (yet) due to Patricia was still cleaning it, which for her seemed comoletelt normal. 1,5 hours later, we entered the rustic room, which was ok but certainly not luxurious. Patricia asked us to make a choice for the diner (which we paid for in advance), we chose the poultry and the fish. 30min. Before the dinner, she informed me that (because everything was made fresh and another guest had chosen ‘the last fish’) the fish was not available. Not a problem, 2 portions of poultry was also a nice offer. For the diner, we had great expectations because Patricia stressed it would be super fresh and very good. Sadly it dit not meet our expectations! The bread was old and stale. The armosphere was weird and unpleasant.,Patricia seemed to claim the diner as a kind of one man show (A very long show) where the guests had to listen rather than it was a conversation. The appetizers were simply store bought. The main course, was absolutely NOT fresh, cold on the inside and a weird smell. Remarkable is that we read many reviews of the great breakfast. So we did not give up hope! Unfortunately, breakfast was an even bigger let-down. No fruit, store bought stale cookies in a dusty jar, ‘home made pie’ that was not very tasty. Thank god for the yoghurt! All of this was topped of with a natural born arrogance with a hint of ‘Know-it-all’ from the hostess which made us feel unwelcome. This was without a doubt the most astonishing (luckely the only) bad experience which we had in the whole of Italy. We were also critisized for the fact that we would see more of Italy then only Umbrië. So unfortunately, 5 stars for giving tourists a weirded out and unpleasant stay in a nice looking country farm!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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BackPacker518415 wrote a review Oct 2018
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My wife and I stayed there with our son and wife and new granddaughter - we were so glad we did. Our lovely host gave us privacy but wonderful meals. The accomodation was recently renovated but still has the old style about it. It is one a rise so has a lovely spacious feel to the area. We were sorry to leave.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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hotels wrote a review Sep 2018
Ottawa, Canada69 contributions11 helpful votes
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Yes, the view is spectacular and the fresh water filled pool is lovely and refreshing, but my friends and I were so disappointed overall. We thought we were actually staying at a farm where vegetables and fruit were grown and with hens and cows (for fresh milk). TripAdvisor's description - "the produce and the henhouse, with organic vegetables and eggs daily" is misleading. There is no henhouse. There is one bull, no cows, no fresh milk, no vegetables, no fruit. The breakfast consisted of rock-hard toast, store bought muffins and runny eggs. We were never served any vegetables or fruit. Yes, the farm is secluded. It's very quiet. Easy to get lost in the windy country roads so we made sure we got back before dark. We stayed in the apartment with the kitchen with the plan to make dinner's. However, there are no utensils, one pot and only one burner works. The kitchenette is not equipped to make meals. Perhaps if we hadn't read the glowing write ups on the place we wouldn't have been so disappointed.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Response from PatriziaL51, Direttore generale at Campo al Vento Country Farm
Responded Sep 4, 2018
My dears, undoubtedly you don't have stayed here! My cow is "Chianina" and for my joy she stopped milk after 15 years of production to the limits of sopportability. The good milk is present at my table, bought and not product at home. The Italian law prohibits the consumption of "milk just done" how you would have liked to you, dairy products must be products / pasteurized in environments appropriate. Therefore Angelica, cow Chianina of 7 ql. weight, she is pleased to not produce more milk! Fruit we have it, dried fruit, hazelnuts very good and many, collected in these days. Fruit / grapes we have it, 5 acres ready only in this days ... but are not worried for this, this territory offers melons exquisite, figs, apples wild and pears that abound on my table. The laying hens are 4: Nina, Pinta, Santa and Maria ... how the 3 Caravels who leds Mr. Christopher Colombus beyond the horizon. The four "girls" produce eggs with loving dedication, every day! Regarding my muffins ... what about ... they are result of endless attempts to get more and more good, such as the original. I'll wait you again in Umbria, certainly for the first time at ..My Home!
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Horton-Clarke wrote a review Sep 2014
London, United Kingdom53 contributions27 helpful votes
I'm torn between giving Campo Al Vento the fantastic review it deserves & keeping it a secret so that it's available for when we want to return next summer! Two wonderfully warm, charming & attentive brothers (Daniel & Bernardo) run this place along with their adorable dog Leone (I'm not usually a dog lover but you can't help but fall for Leone!), having owned a restaurant in Rome they not only make excellent hosts but also dished up some of the best food we had during our whole 10 day stay in Italy. My husband & I were in town for a wedding & stayed here with 10 of our friends, from the moment we arrived we felt as though we were staying with family, the atmosphere was so relaxed, yet we never wanted for anything. The rooms are rustic but comfortable & very clean with lovely fresh smelling white linen & towels, all of the rooms looked sizable, some even have kitchens. There is also free wi-fi available all over the farm. What makes this place really special, other than the hosts is the setting! The farm is set upon a hilltop offering stunning, lush views across the Umbrian countryside, I could have spent the whole summer here looking out at the vista from the lovely pool, if only! It's a working farm so there are chickens roaming the grounds (serving up delicious eggs for breakfast!), as well as rabbits & a vineyard next door. Breakfast is excellent & all very fresh with juice, real coffee, fruit, tarts/ pastries & toast and eggs upon request, all served on the garden terrace, such a wonderful start to the day! You have the option to go full/half-board & I can't recommend eating here enough, everything we ate was incredible!! The place is a little hard to find at first even with a sat-nav but the friendly locals are happy to point you in the right direction, it's about 15/20 mins from Todi Town Centre (lots of restaurants & little shops) & 40 mins to Perugia. We drove in under 2 hrs from Rome & also drove into Assisi (1 hr) one day which was gorgeous. Overall I can't recommend this place enough & we will be back as soon as we can. Thank you Daniel, Bernardo & Leone for looking after us so well!
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Date of stay: September 2014
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FabulousFab wrote a review May 2014
Rome, Italy23 contributions3 helpful votes
Highly recommended. Relaxing and secluded agriturismo with a great view of the Umbrian countryside. Run by two very sweet brothers, very kind and helpful. Excellent food. Great location for couples, families, friends and even solo. Strategically located in the middle of Umbria with lots of historical sites in the vicinity. Great both in summer and in the winter and for both short and lengthy stays.
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Date of stay: December 2013
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PRICE RANGE
$86 - $88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyUmbriaProvince of PerugiaMonte Castello di Vibio
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Campo al Vento Country Farm
Which popular attractions are close to Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Nearby attractions include Teatro della Concordia (1.3 miles), Leo Wild Park (4.2 miles), and Fattoria di Monticello Winery (1.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a bidet, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Conveniently located restaurants include Il Grottino di Zio Toto, Coyote's Bistrot Pub, and Colpo di Scena - Food & Wine -.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Campo al Vento Country Farm?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Campo al Vento Country Farm?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Torre di Porta Maggio (1.3 miles).
Is Campo al Vento Country Farm accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.