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Reviewed 27 June 2019

Angelo showed us around his farm and the town of Vaglio upon request, we enjoyed the pool and a hike up from the agriturismo to 8th century BC ruins (!) but most of all, the meal, sourced entirely from their farm and garden, was incredibly special. I highly recommend booking dinner. There were six different antipasti, fabulous fresh pasta made to order, and their famous white lamb. It's hard to find legitimate agriturismi with so much pride of place and quality and authenticity. La Dimora is one of those special gems.

Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DimoraStaff, Direttore at Agriturismo La Dimora dei Cavalieri, responded to this reviewResponded 19 August 2019

Daisy, Thanks for your review. It has been our pleasure to show you our farm and Vaglio. We are so proud of our territory! Hope to see you soon at La Dimora again.

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Reviewed 26 May 2019

Angelo, Rosaria and their team gave us an unforgettable experience: fantastic, homemade food, great service and outstanding hospitality. The views are incredible, and Basilicata was a lovely discovery for us. Be sure to arrive hungry!

Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DimoraStaff, Direttore at Agriturismo La Dimora dei Cavalieri, responded to this reviewResponded 25 June 2019

Thanks for such a great review!

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Reviewed 15 November 2018

Angelo and his family took great care of us for our three-night stay. We felt welcome from the very beginning. The property is beautiful, and we were able to explore the surrounding Basilicata area easily (by car) from La Dimora.

We loved the restaurant. Angelo's family cooked delicious and abundant family dinners that left us completely full and satisfied. They grow produce on their farm, and it makes a difference. TIP: Don't miss the spectacular sunsets from the restaurant deck.

The rooms are comfortable, and it's always nice when shampoo and soap are provided. The pool is gorgeous, but you will need a swim cap to take a dip.

Our toddlers thoroughly enjoyed running around the property, which has play structures, cats, a foosball table and Angelo's friendly family.

Angelo now has PayPal, which provides a variety of payment options for international travelers and makes payment so easy.

We would totally stay here again!

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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DimoraStaff, Direttore at Agriturismo La Dimora dei Cavalieri, responded to this reviewResponded 29 March 2019

Thank you very much for your review and especially for pointing out about PayPal, since we caused you some trouble until we were missing it. Wish you all the best.

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Reviewed 26 November 2015

There's good reason why locals from miles around flock to the ristorante at La Dimora dei Cavalieri for Sunday lunch. It's three memorable hours of assorted hot and cold antipasto, vegetable soup, two types of pasta, pizziettas, and a platter of cheeses washed down with local Mount Vulture wine...and then a selection of sweets followed by limoncello. All served by the friendliest wait staff, most especially the gentle and obliging Fillipo. During the week, guests are served a delicious continental breakfast and, if they wish, can enjoy a more abbreviated but equally fine meal at dinnertime sourced from the farm itself or from nearby local proprietors in Basilicata. However, the main reason for visiting the Agriturismo is simply to be spoiled by the kind hearted and generous proprietor Angelo Ricciuti. First, pick one of the many well appointed rooms in the Agriturismo depending on the size of your family or group. Then let your benevolent overseer help plan your leisure days in the Lucanian Dolomite. As an example of his thoughtfulness, Angelo took 2 hours out of his busy schedule to personally drive us to the local ruins of Serra de Vaglio (after having prearranged for the caretaker to open up for us being it was off season). Furthermore, he then brought us further afield to the ancient amphitheater at Granga Park and to the nearby Sanctuary of Rossaro. And on the roundtrip home he brought us by his hometown, the ancient hilltop village of Vaglio Basilicata, a wondrous location for a twilight passeggiata. One evening when it was unseasonably cold we returned to the common room linking the guest quarters and were delighted to find a roaring fire in the fireplace our inkeeeper had arranged for us. And when not catering to guests full-time, he somehow finds time to utilize his original vocational talents and interacts as an engineering consultant with clients worldwide. The Agriturismo is strategically located for visiting the beautiful Balsilicata countryside...don't miss a journey to the lovely mountain village of Castelmezzano. As just one example of Angelo's thoughtfulness, when we mentioned our family would like to see the scenic seaside locale of Maratea in western Basilicata, he mentioned that we would be better off leaving his Agriturismo a day earlier and staying the night there instead of attempting a round trip back to the Agriturismo due to the considerable distance involved. In summary, if you want an authentic agriturismo experience with warm hospitality, pleasing surroundings and sumptuous dining for a reasonable price then include La Dimora in your plans. As an addendum, Angelo is breaking ground now on a swimming pool which should be ready by next year.

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 July 2015

Best meal we had in Italy, beyond plentiful, with a gracious host (Angelo) who explained the origin of every delicious thing we ate. Lots of good zucchini flower dishes, terrific lamb, local wine, and an excellent homemade donut type filled pastry, not too heavy. an assortment of homemade liquers after dinner. A great deal and a peaceful setting.

Date of stay: June 2015
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