Our stay at La Limonella was one to remember. The views are more than pictures can describe - you won't be disappointed. Georgia and her family treat you like a member of the family and were gracious and hospitable the entire time we were there. Examples include the wonderful meal we were served upon our arrival, a personalized cooking lesson, a warm greeting upon each arrival, and even a last minute car ride to town when our taxi failed to arrive. A few things to keep in mind - it's a trek up the mountain and although there is a bus, it will take 15 minutes or so bus ride to make it from town. Not a big deal but you have to work a little to get these amazing views, and don't expect stores up and down the street as the area is more quiet and rural. The room is also adjacent to the restaurant. Privacy is accomplished by a creative use of vegetation, but be aware that nights could be a little busy on the property. We actually thought this was unique and made the experience that much more memorable. One more note about the room - the bathroom area is partitioned via a glass wall. Not the most private but manageable. Overall, I would recommend anyone who is a little adventurous and wants a true taste of Italy to stay at La Tagliata.