Nearly 4 years ago we visited Poggio Corbello for the first time and we absolutely fell in love from the very beginning. We almost could not believe how beautiful the scenery is and how well kept the garden and pool area was. The tennis/football court was a big hit for all of our 4 children, who differ in ages, varying from 2 years to 12 at the time.
We stayed at apartment Garden, which is placed right in the middle - close to the restaurant, pool and with a big lawn right outside where the children played. The apartments was needly decorated and everything was nice and clean, as it has been every time we have been back since.
One of the most fantastic experiences we had was dining at the restaurant, situated only a few steps away from our apartment, where the food, service and hospitality was outstanding. We do not speak Italian that well, but somehow we always managed to communicate in a mixture of Italian and English. The owners really made an effort to try to understand and they were always greeting us with a smile and made us feel welcome :-).
The only "bad" thing was that we had only booked one week! We made up for that, however the following summer, where we spend 10 fantastic days at Poggio Corbello along with my sister and her family and brother and his family. My family stayed at apartment Garden again and my sister and brother each had an apartment at Vista Lago, which they loved.
And yes, we returned in the summer of 2010 and this year we will be coming back for the 4. time, spending 2 weeks and we are bringing practically my whole family and my husband’s family. So look out Poggio Corbello ..... we can hardly wait :-)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Poggio Corbello farm holiday complex is immersed in a land dedicated to those who let themselves get carried away by the strong sensations of a landscape that runs quickly from the sea to the splendid Mediterranean wooded hills and from the marvellous beaches with pine woods of the Tyrrhenian coast to the ancient and fascinating finds of Etruscan and Roman villages. ... more less