My partner and I traveled with our 20 year old niece and had a lovely time. We had the luxury of having no other guests there for 2 of our 3 nights, and so had the run of the place, so to speak. We at breakfast and dinner there for our entire stay. Christopher's cooking is extraordinary. I am a vegetarian, and they cheerfully accomodated this. One night Chris even prepared a lovely Cumin Cauliflower Fritters dish from an old Yotam Ottolenghe cookbook.
It is an expensive stay, but in my estimation worth it. If cost is an issue, or you are looking for a conventional "5-star" experience, don't come here. The charm is that the place is small, intimate, and run by two interesting and slightly off-beat characters. The location is superb if you are looking to escape the masses (which we were). Yes, it is a bit of a drive from the main road, but no big deal at all, and in fact adds to the charm of the experience.
They will fix you a nice cocktail before dinner, and have a short but tasteful wine list. All around wonderful stay.
- Also Known As:
- Torre Di Moravola Hotel Montone
- Torre Di Moravola Perugia