About This Listing
Organic farmstay right between Rome and Naples on the edge of the Abruzzi National Park. Well-connected by bus, train and highway from both cities. We offer fantastic activities to enjoy: horseback riding, visit to the cheese making shepherd, cooking classes,day hike to the waterfall, overnight hike, Italian language classes, truffle hunting,yoga.
The place is also ideal for people who do not have a car. We provide free pick up from nearby town in Sora on day of arrival and day of leaving.
There are also lots of activities to be done on your own. We provide free maps and information for that. Just to mention few: hike to the castles hike to the waterfall and overnight hike to the top of the mountain. Visit to the Thursday town open market.
We also offer breakfast, lunch and dinner at our farmstay.
Italian breakfast euro 1,50
lunch euro 7 ( pasta and salad)
Vegeterian dinner euro 9,50
Non-vegeterian euro 13,50
We can accommodate people with special diet as well.
There are also very good restaurants closeby that we regularly recommend to our dear guests and receive excellent feedback.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions.
Check-in anytime before 7 p.m. A later check-in is possible only if you inform us in advance.
Check-out by 11 p.m.
FarmStay with them Antonello's family and Paco was absolutely amazing. It was another side of Italy.
Beautiful peaceful cozy place. The food was really great and they are really kind.
I hope I come back to see them soon.
Thank you for everything.
Our stay at Antonello's farm was perfect. The hosts had thought of everything. Even before our arrival he answered every question we had about the farm and ways to get there, he even had a map hand-drawn for the guests and free pick-up and drop-off for the guests. The farm itself is beautiful with spectacular views all-round, you can sit on the porch, have fresh figs and cactus fruits from the garden and enjoy the view of the mountains or walk to the nearest town while enjoying the scenery. The hosts offer different activities and are very helpful and friendly, as are their many volunteers. You can have organic homemade wine and olive oil and dinner with the family at affordable prices and homegrown fruit from the garden for free. A place worth returning to.
We loved our stay in Antonello's farm, his way of welcoming us, a nice moment talking with him when we arrived, a glass of his father wine, a good bread with vegetables of the garden, beautiful garden and vew, good vibes with young people working in the farm, with his father, big table on the terrace, very nice bedroom and bathroom, we immediatly feeled very well there, Antonello is a nice and charismatic man who takes time to meet people, thanks also to his wife. We both recommand it strongly ! sandrine et paul
Antonella and his family were so friendly and accomodating - they bent over backwards to make you feel 'at home' - the grandad Giuseppe (we loved him!) was a great character - he helped us with the BBQ and allowed us to sample his vino, olio, home grown produce and was extra kind (he couldn't speak a smidgen of English!) - you MUST go stargazing here - its very rural so is the perfect spot. Our room was clean and spacious and there were other guests all as chilled and friendly as the hosts - such a beautiful location with great recommendations (we loved the cold lake - thanks Antonello). Our only regret is we didn't stay here longer - we so wanted to hike with Antonello into the mountains and see the waterfalls. Charis and Jordan
What an amazing place and family!! A truly Italian welcome and stay there, very good food, very comfortable accommodation and such a friendly family!
They have a great philosophy of growing organic fruit and vegetables, fresh eggs, their own wine and olive oil even! Maria teaches how to make fresh pasta, a delicious must-try. Giuseppe loves to show his animals off and all his gardens, and chats away in Italian, ever cheerful and patient. Antonello has lots of funny stories to entertain you, having travelled and meeting many people there, very helpful and loves to teach you some Italian, if you like to.
Lots of things to do, walks, horse riding, visit to watch pecorino cheese being made the real way.
Just a short distance to town, 2 hrs from Rome, so convenient to explore the beautiful surrounding area, mountains, valleys and waterfalls.
We took shelter from the cold March rain for three nights at Antonello's place near Sora. We actually stayed in a beautifully restored apartment with a kitchen in Via Piana, about a 20 minute walk to the farmhouse. Antonello's mother served us tasty rustic fare each night, and we enjoyed sitting by the fire speaking (as best we could in Italian) with his father.
The mountainous terrain around the farmhouse is beautiful for walking and gawking, which we attempted during the brief lulls in the rain. We hope to go back in the summer or fall when the sun is out and the farm's spoils at peak.
About the Host, Antonello
I grew up on the farm in the village of Pescosolido on the edge of the Abruzzi National Park. I have studied English and Spanish literature. I have travelled extensively. After I finished the university I started working on the project of the farmstay. It contains everything I love the most. Meeting people from all over the world. Promoting a healthy food, outdoor activities and nature.