With my wife and my two children I stayed at "I due mondi" for two nights. We went there based on the positive feedback from tripadvisor, but we left earlier than expected due to some serious weaknesses encountered.
The farm is nice, with many animals that we were able to visit accompanied by Rosanna, the energetic owner of this family business. Our room was simple and clean but with many minor problems: light bulbs not functioning, no shampoo in the room, very weak wi-fi. The room was not cleaned after our first day and on the second morning we were woken up at 7AM by workers using chainsaws. Everyone was busy preparing for a wedding reception the following day and we felt the event had complete priority over the guests. Understandable but not something we would expect in an Italian agriturismo.
In fairness, the place is cheap (100 euro per family per day including a decent breakfast), but more suitable to large groups than to independent families. We were probably... More