Reviews

Thank you Fiona and Milvo for the opportunity to stay at your lovely home. After travelling through Italy for 6 weeks it was a welcome haven for us. The mountains have provided us with many good photos, the figs were delicious, the people of the area have been so friendly and hospitable, the vino superb.

We will remember all the simple pleasures Italy has afforded us!!

Salute Italia!!

Rosemary Hillson - Tracy Holmes - Joan Morney-Carole Evans - Michael and Rosie Breman,

What a great place! Much better than any expectations we may have had.

Only a short stay but we will be back.

Travelled to Spluga Pass, St. Moritz, Soglio (heaven), Palazzo Vertemate (well worth a visit), Chiavenna, Chiavenna, Lunch at Crotti, Colico, so much to see, so beautiful.

Casa laugh is a credit to both of you, a lot of hard work and love to preserve a part of history, very much appreciated by Christine and myself. Valentina, Pio and Gianni are lovely people and we look forward to seeing them again.

Arriverderci Ciao

Rob and Christine Taylor,

The best way for us to describe “Casa Leugh” and our stay at Era is to say it was “home” for 2 weeks. It was completely comfortable, restful and peaceful. The guidance you gave us via your booklet was very helpful and saved us time in finding the wonderful spots in the region around Chiavenna.

We will be back!!

Roma, Kim and Saskia Valenti,

Thank you very much for permitting Noreen and I to use your house for a superb 4 week holiday. It was very comfortable and a great base and home from which we travelled far and wide. From Paiedo, Val Bodengo and Uschione to Andeer, Scuol, Bernina, Diavolezza, Livingno and Soglio, through to Lugano, Bellagio and Monte Spluga.

A truly restful and wonderful experience – and we look forward to returning, to your families hospitality.

The spacious matrimonial bed, “Piota” BBQ, washing machine, extensive library, great stove, sunny courtyard, interesting walks and superb cleaning lady all go to make Casa Leugh a desirable location.

Thanks Very Much.

Noreen and Peter Keys,