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Giulia's Locanda della Valle Nouva

Here is a short tour our our charming surroundings:

We spent many hours here, drinking coffee or wine, chatting with Giulia, chatting with other guests, reading or playing with the kittens.



The breakfast/dining room is cheerful and inviting:


The lounge area has a fireplace, and MANY books about Le Marche, Urbino, art, gardens, and many other topics. There is also wifi and the wifi worked in our room as well!


Outside, you'll find grapes, figs, a hammock, roses, pumpkins, and even a horse! Fresh organic produce showed up everywhere.





Breakfast was a treat. Every morning, there were three different freshly squeezed juices (often different than the day before):


There were always three kinds of home made jam from all kinds of fruits and berries:


There were freshly made breads (they mill their own flour), fruit, cheese, ham, as well as yogurt and granola.


When breakfast is over, Giulia and her mom are busy in the kitchen canning, pickling, and storing delicious jars of their organic fruits, jams and vegetables for the winter. I thought I had a great pantry...check this out!


The quest rooms are comfortable, with a sitting area (and a fridge and coffee pot). No wonder Valle Nuova is rated one of the best agriturismi in Italy! It is also in a very beautiful location, and close to many towns and points of interest. We will definitely be back!

Comments (2)


What a charming spot Giulia has created -- and what a pantry!

As you know, I love the country, so Giulia's place looks perfect!

And I too love the pantry!

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