I have stayed at the Borgo della Madonnina in spring, summer and autumn. Every season has something to offer. Whether sipping a glass of wine on the patio of La Stalla (one of the houses in the "Borgo") or hiking in the hills in the vacinity, I've always felt each day was rewarding. Certainly, this is added to by the hosts of the "Borgo", Adrian and Christopher. There is always the right balance of friendly welcome and privacy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Borgo della Madonnina is set in over seven acres of pine and chestnut forest, with abundant olive and fruit trees and beautiful views over the valley. The small touches make a stay here special. The houses date from the mid 1700s and have many original features, including exposed stone walls and original ceilings with chestnut beams and cotto tiles. The overall feel is light and airy, with simple but thoughtful décor, pleasant furniture, pretty bedding and plenty of fresh towels. ... more less