Lack of information about getting to the B&B. They assumed we were travelling by car, but we were travelling by train. The nearest train station is Valmontone and cheap busses are laid on to almost co-incide with the trains - be warned though, if the train is late the bus will generally wait for it, this is both handy and annoying in 38 degrees it depends if your on the train or not.
The walk from the village to the hotel is a good mile - up a 1:9 hill! I was pulling 2 suitcases at 20+ KG each, my fiancé with the camera gear-it was hell! There are no cabs, you have to order in. Once you are at the hotel everything is fine but get very clear instructions!
The location and staff were excellent. My fiancé and I are both photographers and the setting was beautiful.
The staff friendly, even in the local restaurant we were welcomed every night we attended and they did their best to get an english speaking waiter, who helped me with my Italian.
The locals were friendly and we shared drinks with them in bars and cafes.
We went for 6 nights, and to be honest 2 night would have been enough so we travelled to Rome. With the cheap Italian transport this was still a cheaper alternative to staying in Rome 4 additional nights if you can handle the 'quirky' transport.
On the transport front - we had bus drivers ask the other passengers if he could divert from the route to drop us off nearer our destination/ next pickup point and other drivers didnt charge us for journeys at all!