The pool occupies the first place (especially when you have children with). When we first read that it was a saltwater pool, we became a little apprehensive (ignorance quite right). You should consider highlighting it as an optimization, - there may be other unattended potential customers. There was a beautiful authentic atmosphere around and in the building. The view is absolutely outstanding. Ideal for the big family (3 apartments and good common room) Very friendly host, who kept a suitable distance.
Some would be bothered by the extremely kind and kind dog who insisted on being part of the company every evening - we were not. There were three dogs attached to agriculture (the two were tied). Their nightingale was sometimes annoying. - In the summer heat, you are sleeping with open windows (we were very pleased that we had let our own dogs stay home). But I do not really think there's so much to do about it. Hundreds are used as shepherds and belong. I even enjoyed a pair of earplugs for the night, the others were doing without it. There was an increasing number of flies during the week. Also a side effect of agriculture (maybe they had sprayed for insects before we arrived - in that case it might be considered whether it should be offered mid-week in connection with an excursion to the city, for example.) The seating outside was too impassable to Long nice evenings (by the pool it was OK). The long coarse gravel road made it difficult to trade, etc. On the other hand, it was part of the charm to be "all the way out where the collars turn." Communication was difficult. The very friendly and smiling hosts can not speak other words than Italian. But it went with a common positive attitude, Google translate and a few phone calls to the daughter who spoke English. There are no complaints about this in any way. None of the above things would stop us from visiting the place again.