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Italy Farm Stay is off-the-beaten-path but well worth the effort to get there. The farm is very basic. This place is not about the destination but the experience you have while being there. I stayed 5 nights with my 9 year old and 11 year...More
Arrived a few days ago and as usual, busy busy busy... or not. That is there is so much to do and seeing Stella (horse) and Leah (Donkey) and all the ducks and chickens grown up and laying eggs since my last stay is awesome.
I found this place on the internet, and thought it would be great to get away from the normal touristy places in Italy. I wasn;t wrong. This felt very authentic. The farm itself is run by a lovely man, Antonello, and his family. Many people...More
The Italy Farm Stay made me fall in love with Italy. I stayed for a few weeks with a small group from my university to study food culture, completely immersed in the birthplace of the Slow Food Movement. Although the food and pasta making lessons...More
I stayed at the farm for several weeks as part of a course my university does on Italy's Slow Food Movement, and I can't sing the praises highly enough. Every activity (think communal meals around a long table, day hikes to hidden waterfalls, morning laughter...More
US$ 48 - US$ 54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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