This place was a nice little hidden gem. If you play tennis, there were about 10-12 clay courts there. The pool was nice but a little too cold out. Nevertheless, my daughter and I still enjoyed the pool for a short amount of time. We only stayed one night as a stop on our way to the Amalfi coast, so we cant give a complete review of the facilities. The restaurant served excellent top notch cuisine. We pre paid for breakfast the next day. I believe it was 8€ a person. I was amazed at the offering. Bread, sliced meats, yogurt, nutella and jams. Then offered coffee, eggs and bacon. We were stuffed and then fresh baked croissants were brought out. Unfortunately, we had to refuse because we were so full. I would definitely consider staying here for a longer stay in the future. The drive up to the resort is on narrow roadways going up the mountain foothills. The parking is off to the side and many stairs or hills to walk. I may have considered a different location if I knew this as I recently had knee surgery. However, it was a pleasure as the staff was very accommodating. They spoke very little English but tried there best. I know I should have freshened up on Italian first since i am visiting there country. Google translate worked very well.
This was a beautiful location in a tiny quaint village and we had the perfect weather to enjoy the view! The grounds were full of fruit trees and well kept up. Ottavio was very helpful and friendly, full of suggestions. The place itself was very clean and nice, however it was not stocked as well as I would hope (i.e. no hair dryer, lack of kitchen supplies, etc.). The drive up in the crazy mountain roads was quite the experience! If you stay here, go eat at a local market/restaurant called Alpe Del Garda.. it was delicious!!