The Castle of Montalto has long been family owned, first by the Berardenga family, then by the Palmieri, and finally by ourselves, Giovanni and Diana Coda-Nunziante, who acquired it from cousins in 1970.
Giovanni is Italian, Diana is American; we both speak fluent Italian and English, fairly fluent French, some German and a very little Spanish.
We are assisted by Chiara, a knowledgeable, generous and enthusiastic young woman who will look after all your needs as a part-time concierge.
We live here all year round, with more space than we need, space that we are happy to share with our guests. We enjoy the opportunity to invite them into our home, to show our collection of ancient weapons and to repeat the history and legends of the castle.
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AVAILABILITY : is the calendar accurate and up to date?
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: How do we drive to Montalto coming from the North (Milan, Bologna, Venice)?
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: How do we set our satellite navigator?
STAYING AT MONTALTO: Can we plan to stay at Montalto without a car?
DRIVING DIRECTIONS : How do we drive to Montalto coming from the South (Rome, Naples)?
THINGS TO DO: What are we going to do all day at Montalto?
STAYING AT MONTALTO : Is Montalto easily accessible or very secluded?
THINGS TO DO: Is there something interesting to do in the area?