Add the warm, accommodating manner of your hosts and you have, not a “place” but a genuine Italian experience in its entirety

Add the warm, accommodating manner of your hosts and you have, not a “place” but a genuine Italian experience in its entirety

If you have a hankering to experience the true, non-touristy Italy in a bucolic, old-world setting then Villa Fiori is the place for you. Just don’t make the mistake of only booking for one or two nights as you will end up kicking yourself. The place itself is a visual treasure and that extends to the accommodations, the grounds and gardens, and the stunning long range views. But add the warm, accommodating manner of your hosts and you have, not a “place” but a genuine Italian experience in its entirety. Speaking of your hosts, if you’re interested in Italian history, art and cuisine, you’ve hit pay dirt. Claudio claims he’s “always the last to leave a museum” and his subject matter expertise backs it up in spades. As you can probably tell, my wife and I were enthralled by Villa Fiori and would heartily recommend it to anyone.

Frank Foster
Lakeland, Florida and Highlands, North Carolina, USA
Author of Boca Moon, Boca News and Catch a Falling Knife (www.frankfoster.com)
And (writing as Ashley Morgan), author of A Lady in Havana (www.ashleymorganauthor.com)

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Frank Foster
Lakeland, Florida and Highlands, North Carolina, USA
Author of Boca Moon, Boca News and Catch a Falling Knife (www.frankfoster.com)
And (writing as Ashley Morgan), author of A Lady in Havana (www.ashleymorganauthor.com)