We stayed one week in the nicely restored 15th century olive oil mill of Prato di Sotto in Umbria. Getting there needs some 4 km off road driving, which is rewarded by stunning views over Umbrian valleys and a beautiful, 4 appartment, resort. Quiet and peaceful, exactly what we were looking for. Given the all week 38 celcius day time temparature, we spent quite some time at the great swimming pool. Visiting most Umbrian cities of interest is very well possible from Prato di Sotto.
Compliments to owner Penny Radford who did everything she could to make our stay as enjoyable as possible.
Ella & Ronald
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Prato di Sotto is for the connoisseur. This collection of historic stone buildings sits above the tiny 13th century hamlet of Santa Giuliana, not far from the market town of Umbertide in northern Umbria. Lovingly restored by the owner, Penny Radford, and furnished with her personal collection of kilim rugs and antiques from around the world, the emphasis is on comfort and style. Beds are large and comfortable with crisp linen sheets and kitchens are equipped for even the most demanding cook. Read our amazing reviews we have received from TripAdvisor members... 'A little bit of heaven' 'Prato di Sotto is the jewel in the Umbrian crown' ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Prato Di Sotto Italy/Pierantonio, Umbria