Have lunch or dinner amidst the treetops for the ultimate culinary journey. Sitting in a private terrace, peruse a carefully crafted menu that showcases the finest of local-seasonal products.
The location is a delightfully rustic farm stay in Umbria, near the town of Todi, Perugia, which comes beautifully shaded with organic cultivations and has gorgeous views over the surrounding countryside and the Umbrian beyond.
The outside space particularly has a beautifully natural feel; lots of plants and flowers running semi-wild around the gardens creating an intimate atmosphere where long leisurely evening meals take place in the summer.
Silvia, the owner and chef, is very enthusiastic about Italian and Umbrian food and farming and loves sharing her knowledge with guests, through informal meals and tours of the farm.
The farm is about 8 hectares in size and comes with its own water spring. A third area is left as wild woodland where you can see plenty of local wildlife such as porcupines and foxes. The rest is cultivated using biodynamic holistic farming principles and has a wealth of fruits, vegetables and herbs and much more.
Guests are welcome to pick and eat some of the products themselves and you can also sample much of it too in their previously mentioned fantastic Umbrian meals.