The Colombani's have run this restaurant with rooms for many years now and it is still unassuming (no name above the door) and usually shut - until Signora arrives with keys to open up.
We had Room 4 (as in 2004) which had not altered. Cool, stone-flagged, traditionally furnished. (The ensuite was modern, though). So all comforts.
Dinner was served in the large farm courtyard. The food was simple (chicken, young pheasant) but delicious: the wine justifiably expensive. In the morning, after a lovely rustic breakfast, we were given a plate to remind us of our meal and our stay.
Maleo is a world apart: long may it remain so.
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