My wife and I stayed at La Limonella the last week in June. It was the 3rd week of our Italian vacation celebrating our 35th Wedding anniversary. Our first time in Italy so we chose this spot due to the location to have a somewhat quieter and relaxing last week after 2 weeks trekking through most of the touristy spots. We arrived later Sunday afternoon and we were greeted by one of the family members, and he helped us with our baggage and made us feel right at home. The view and location were simply awesome. Better than the pictures on this sight. The room was a bit musty so we opened everything up and got some air moving. After a couple days of this, it was much better. The shower ceiling could use some cleaning up as well but everything else was fine. We spent most of the time on the terrace anyway as well as an upper terrace right above us providing even better views. We went to the La Tagliata for dinner that night, and we sat right in the front overlooking the hillside and sea. We were brought the first course and by then had struck up a conversation with people from Toronto (we are from Iowa/USA), and they warned us this first course was just the beginning. I could go on about the food, and the breakfasts we were served daily by the family, but suffice to say, it was delicious, fresh, and the service was great. There were 3 wedding receptions while we were there, so you just had to roll with these events going on right outside our room. The first was fine and fun to listen to, the music, etc, but the 2nd and 3rd ones in a 6 night stay got to be a bit noisy. We got used to taking the local buses that stopped nearby the La Tagliata, and never drove the car once. If you like to hike it was a good workout to walk down to the beach, or just up and around the area. We received everything as promised except the cooking class my wife was looking forward to. It was summer, and with school out, Georgia simply told us she was too busy with family to do this. This was one dream that did not get fulfilled while there for my wife, and although very disappointed, you cannot fault the reason for not doing this. It should have been communicated though ahead of time so She could have made alternate plans for a class. Anyway, the location was awesome, the food so fresh and delicious, and the weather was great. Even when it rained or stormed, it was beautiful. Take time to wander about to see all the lovely gardens and interesting animals they have. Awesome experience!