We enjoyed the premises, which are well taken care of. Rooms are comfortable and food is available. We were not impressed with the hospitality. When we booked it seemed to be no problem to stay there as a family with a small child (they offered to place a bed in the room), but upon arrival and during our stay we felt uncomfortable.
Beautiful agriturismo on a hill with stunning view. The family that runs it is very kind. Only thing is that for a family of 2 adults, one 8 year old and one 1 year old, the “Mercurio” room was too big and therefore costly. Basically I think the agriturismo misses a triple room (you can either choose between a double room or a bigger room for 5 persons). Also, although breakfast was delicious, we missed fresh fruit as well as some salty/meat options. Overall, we had a great stay and would consider coming back for summer to enjoy the swimmingpool with view :). Thanks!
Lovely place to stay. Fantastic views, food and hosts. We went for a family party and holiday, the special day was made perfect by Maria Rosa and Massimo, very glad we went here as it was delightful. Rooms are comfortable and clean, pool was very nice and some of the teens in our group loved horse riding. Every meal was a pleasure and we were made to feel like part of the family. A get away from it all holiday destination.
Massimo, Rosa maria & Fillipo were wonderful hosts. We enjoyed delicious meals. Fantastic vino on the panoramic verandah over looking Tarquinia and the sea. The horses mule and donkies added a wonderful dimension to the place. Great riding experiences in the local countryside. Our room was clean and comfortable with a lovely big bed. 15 minutes from the seaside if you wanted but the pool was very attractive by the house. Watching the sun go down, with a G & T or vino was great. Nice breeze to cool down after a hot summer day in the Etrsucian countryside. Great place, warm and welcoming hosts. Would diffinitely recommend this to anyone. Ian & Linda Cook UK
The problem with most agriturismi in Italy, is that they are working farms that add on a few rooms as an afterthought. What's different here though is that the family who owns the estate who decided to launch an agriturismo, approached it with thought and sophistication. The location is phenomenal - imagine walking into a breathtaking oil painting of rolling hills, dramatic skies, and a lone tree in the horizon. The establishment pays homage to ful location and lives up to it. There is nothing kitch here. Nothing superfluous. The rooms are delightful. The restaurant is charming, and the dinners we ate there can put any starred chef to shame. But the biggest selling point of Agriturismo Re Tarquinio is the family that owns and runs it. I am not going to say anything or name names, because I want you to discover it on your own. Please ignore the tactless reviews about the rooms not having televisions or fridges. You will understand when you stay there why none of these things matter. This establishment is in the highly under-rated region of Tuscania. Do yourself a favor and visit now before this becomes one of those places where you need to reserve months or even years in advance, because with everything going for it, this is an inevitable outcome.…