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Reviewed 6 October 2011

This is a wonderful place to stay to explore the best that Umbria has to offer. Situated near to the lovely hillside town of Todi, midway between Orvieto and Assisi, Casale Campodoro is set right in the heart of the Umbrian countryside. The rooms are comfortable, well equipped and full of quirky character. Owners Piero and Carolina are animal lovers and the grounds are shared with an aviary, a horse, 3 dogs, 4 cats and a duck – all friendly! Piero and Carolina – who both speak very good English - couldn’t be more helpful, Piero will happily sit down with you to help plan your days out. He’s a fount of useful knowledge about the history and traditions of the area and will tell you the best places to visit, eat and even park your car. We visited several lovely places off the usual tourist trail that we’d otherwise have missed were it not for his advice. Breakfasts at Casale Campodoro are not to be missed – delicious fresh home baked bread and pastries, Piero’s amazing omelettes and Carolina’s home made jams make every morning a joy. Oh and there’s an excellent swimming pool too!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 October 2011

Carolina and Pietro work very hard to provide a really special experience. Carolina ensures that you are all settled and prepared. Breakfast is taken at a leisurely pace, and then Pietro will give you all the time you need to find the charming, small places in the local area, as well as the major sights. He has good restaurant recommendations for you as well, from a small local pizzeria 10 mins drive away - such value, €25 for 2 antipasti, 2 pizze, a half litre of wine and a bottle of water! - to a great restaurant, Il Re Beve, in a country house. There are lovely views, and, with all of the small hidden corners of their smallholding, you feel like you are in a piece of Eden! Marvellous, and slightly mad. A real special and unique experience.

Room Tip: We stayed in one of the apartments and it was lovely.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 September 2011

We stayed in september with our three children. We had a spacious and tasetfully furnished 3 bedroom apartment. The property has a pool with a lovely panoramic view on the beautiful countryside. The owners are very kind and and go out of their way to be helpful (in Italian, English and French). Breakfast is delicious with homebaked hot bread every morning. Easy to visit Todi, Spoleto, Spello and Assisi. We found all the elements of a a great family vacation!!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 22 August 2011

Set right in rural Umbria, surrounded by fields, Cassale Campodoro has been brilliantly converted by Carolina and Piero into farmhouse B&B and self catering apartments. We really enjoyed our week there which provided a great base for touring the area. Piero was particulary helpful in describing what to see and where and where not to go. Breakfasts were great with fresh steaming bread on the terrace in the company of other guests. Carolina and Piero are devoted to their many animals and therefore the B&B is probably not suitable for anyone who is not comfortable with dogs and cats. The rooms are furnished with a surprising mix of antique and contemporary furniture, objects and artworks which are delightfully eccentric. Lovely swimming pool and altogether a great place to stay and relax.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 June 2011

The best way to get to Casale Campodoro is to key the latitude and longitude, which the web site helpufully provides, into the car's navigation system. For Campodoro is in the green heart of Unbria, far from the beaten track, and yet just 15 minutes away from Todi, one of the region's most charming towns. The view from the swimming pool is of an abbey emerging from the trees against the backdrop of fields and distant hills. Few other buildings can be seen. The B&B is charmingly decorated with 19th century heirlooms and the rooms (each with its bathroom) are cozy, clean and comfortable. The owners, Piero and Carolina, handle the place just about on their own, they prepare an exquisite breakfast, but for other meals you'll have to drive to one of the nearby villages. When not going around to visit the artistic beauties of the region, possibly with Piero as a guide, you'll be able to lounge comfortably either by the pool or under the shade of old trees enjoying the quiteness of the countryside.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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