A quirky property - and a quirky reception. Two young African lads are the public face of the property (at least they were when we were there) although the owner's granddaughter also made a brief appearance. Grandma was asleep in her wheelchair with her back to the visitors in what had been the breakfast room earlier each day. A gentleman who might have been the owner/owner's son, who spoke no English, got one of the lads to translate when I asked if we could get our boarding passes printed. Everything very informal - we asked to have dinner on both our evenings there, but didn't know the price until we checked out! (A very modest 27 Euros each, including generous wine - for a 4 course dinner of delightfully simple local dishes).
We had room 102, a superior double, at an equally modest price, which had a comfortable large double bed, a small but adequate shower, and (unusually) adequate storage for clothes. Furnished with an assortment of furniture of varying vintages, with French windows which would have been lovely in the summer.
Provided you are ready for a rustic experience, with good simple food, and don't expect luxury, this is an ideal place to stay to visit the Villa Romana Dei Casale, for the stunning mosaics, a few Km away.