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Reviewed March 29, 2012

We stayed in Casa Gregorio for one night in our way to Amalfi Coast and just fell in love with this place. Imagine small medieval Italian town on the top of the hill, old palazzo, restored with great taste, care and attention for every detail - candles, cozy sofas, big terrace with view over the valley, 5 guest rooms, each with spacious modern bathroom, and super comfortable beds - soft and inviting. There is a small charming pizzeria in the basement, open in the weekends and cooking lessons from April to October.
It was so amazing that we canceled our last night in Amalfi and came back to Gregorio. What can I say more?...

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Lena P
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Reviewed March 4, 2012

My husband, daughter and I have been planning our dream vacation to Italy for years. Upon arrival we were whisked away in luxury transportation to our castle in the sky-Casa Gregorio! What a dream come true! Hospitality, scenery and the delicious food was above and beyond. Greg, sophisticated, charming and above all down to earth was incredibly accommodating to all our needs. When I walked into my bathroom suite and saw the jacuzzi tub, I thought what a nice welcome and way to relax after a long flight overseas. Our week was over before we knew it and all we could think about was going back and reliving our fabulous week all over again. Thank you Greg, Grazie Mille to the staff!! Tony, Christina and Nicole

Room Tip: Luxury rooms and amenities beyond belief!
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank Tony T
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Reviewed November 8, 2011

My spouse and I stayed at Casa Gregorio during our Roman Countryside cooking vacation and it exceeded our expectations. Casa Gregorio is located in the small town of Castro Dei Volsci, Lazio, not far from the expressway and midway between Rome and Naples, and is the ideal location to experience everyday Italian life. Your host at Casa Gregorio is Greg Aulensi, an American fluent in both Italian and English, and he works tirelessly to make your stay a delight. Greg is a wonderful sophisticated host, and Casa Gregorio is beautiful. We found Greg to be a relaxed and down to earth, like a family member we didn’t know we had. Greg is an interior designer and designed and furnished the bed and breakfast to his high standard. There are five bedrooms and ours was very spacious and included a jacuzzi tub in the bath. The common rooms are well furnished and comfortable, and the hotel has a terrace with incredible views. Breakfast includes fresh fruit, yogurt and tasty pastries.

We were at Casa Gregorio for a 6 night cooking vacation, and Frosinone, the province of Castro dei Volsci, is a foody's paradise. Frosinone reminded me of Marin County, CA with the rolling hills and agriculture, and it was a pleasure to drive through the country and small towns. Every day we had field trips and you could tell tell that Greg had spent a lot of time getting to know the field trip hosts, and these hosts have a passion for their artisanal products. The first day we visited a winery with a trip through the vineyards and after the tour the owner/winemaker prepared a lunch of prosciutto, cheese and eggs with truffles. Another day we visited a farmer’s market, artisanal mozzarella maker (with a cheese and salami tasting of course), and an olive oil producer. Every day there was something different, but sometimes included a stop at one of Greg's favorite restaurants or gelaterias. The field trips were so much fun we almost forgot this was a cooking school and we had 4 cooking classes. Classes were with Greg, a self-taught cook that follows the traditions passed down from his family who were from Castro. Greg was ably assisted by local cooks. Favorite recipes included frittata, fettucine con tartufo, and grilled lamb chops.

Casa Gregorio is also an excellent location for exploring Lazio, and is not far from the beautiful Grotte di Pastena caves and Atina with its famous jazz festival. If you are looking for a relaxing weekend get away from Rome or a fantastic cooking vacation Casa Gregorio is the place for you.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Cherylab
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Reviewed October 20, 2011

If "Wow" could explain all the good things expected in a vacation, Casa Gregoriio's would be the WOW! His home is in a small town an hour and a half train trip south of Rome. The scenery is wonderful, but when we got to his hill-top home, words cannot explain the beauty of the night lights in the valley below. Upon entering his home (there are 'stairs'), we came onto an immaculately spotless and inviting kitchen which he uses for a 'Cooking School'. The architecture in his entire home is wonderful as he was able to retain some of the original structures as he designed this modern home. The bathroom was the very best of anyplace we stayed. If you want a rather quiet host, who is very generous with his time & knowledge of the area, who was gracious and most welcoming, Casa Gregorio is THE PLACE to stay. The rooms were bright and cozy, patio was large and comfortable and the bed was great. Breakfast was a regular Continental breakfast, but very substantial. I tell everyone I see about this amazing B&B. Thank you Gregory! Hoping to visit you again.Ciao

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank BrytandGram
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Reviewed October 19, 2011

We stayed at Casa Gregorio in-between visits to Rome and the Amalfi Coast and completely loved it. The B&B is stunningly updated while remaining true to the beautiful 10th century town it overlooks. Gregory was a gracious host who answered every question we had about the area and the country we were exploring, and gave spot-on recommendations for dining and attractions. We will be back.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Troy F
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