We did not like leaving. Really, this was the worst part of our stay! If you have a flexible schedule as we did, make sure you book enough days here - as it is a smaller property and they do not seem to have a lot of vacancy to accommodate extending your stay.
The setting is idyllic with views of vineyards and countryside. The views from our corner room were both postcard perfect. The staff is warm, welcoming and very accommodating. Breakfast is rich and delicious with a lot of variety. Make sure to have a Cappuccino or Espresso to follow! Dinner (reasonably priced) is very good.
We stayed for four nights.
The rooms, very clean, have all the modern amenities and the whole place is beautifully decorated. Staying for dinner at least one evening is a must. It seems the kitchen is busy all day preparing a wonderful meal for just a small number of guests, as this is not a large property.
The Jr. Suite rooms have a lovely adjoining sitting room with fireplace and an additional flat screen TV with movies and a library for your use - which make for an excellent option if you have a day of inclement weather (which we did not.) The sitting room is shared by only two guest rooms - so equates to virtually a private extra room, in addition to the spacious Jr. Suite. If you are traveling with another couple/family and booking two rooms, try to book opposing Jr. Suites and have this room exclusive to your group!
The Villa is a short drive from town through vineyards. The pool area (outdoor) is lovely and easily accommodates all the guests with loungers.
The WiFi generally worked well, often had strong signal even in the outside sitting areas and is plenty fast. It did occasionally seem to go out for a short while - which was our experience in all four other hotels we stayed at in the region.
This is a great location to use to use as a base to tour the sights of this region. We have highly recommended this property to our friends and family.