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What We Love

  • A relaxing stay in an agri-spa hotel on an enchanting estate in Italy's Liri ValleySurrounding yourself with stunning natural beauty
  • Relaxing in the spa with a personalised massage
  • Dining on the veranda overlooking the pool and old oak forest

What To Know

  • This is a boutique-style stay with only 11 rooms
  • Free WiFi is only available in common areas
  • Onsite private parking is complimentary
property swimming pool home jacuzzi

Overview

Peace and tranquillity at an elegant agri-spa retreat in the picturesque Pontecorvo in Italy, with breakfast

The Lowdown

Pontecorvo is a scenic town in the Lazio region of Italy, with beautiful views spanning the Italian countryside and Ausoni Mountains. The deluxe Tenuta Esdra Agri-Spa estate provides the perfect spot for you to embrace the fragrance of history and magnificent natural scenery of the region without compromising on luxury comforts and relaxation.
Admire the complex architecture of the charming retreat with its Angevin, Aragonese and papal influences, take a stroll around the beautiful woods and botanical garden nestled in the grounds or for those feeling a little more daring, take a hike or go mountain biking.
If you can tear yourself away from the culture and gorgeous greenery, enter the multi-sensory world of the spa where personalised massages and aromatic essences of the steam room await you. Then head to the hotel’s restaurant for gourmet delights before surrendering yourself to the comfort of your elegant room.

How to Get There

Tenuta Esdra Agri-Spa
Via Sant'Esdra snc
Pontecorvo, 03037 Italy

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 123 Reviews
Not so good
Reviewed 1 month ago

We found this place on google and we decided to stop on our way to Naples. The menu has nothing specialy, the quality was just ok and the taste was standard but nothing special. The service was absolutely disappointing. The waiters had a bad mood.
In conclusion the whole experience was not good, I would never go again to this place and I cannot recommend it.

A Gem in Pontecorvo
Reviewed 2 months ago

Upon our arrival at this beautiful and serene spa hotel, we were warmly greeted by Erica, the proprietor, and treated to cappuccino and delicious croissants. All our meals were exceptional in both taste and presentation, and our superior room was very comfortable, overlooking the meticulously maintained grounds and pool.

The purpose of our visit was to research ancestry records. We inquired about hiring a driver to show us the area and take us to town for our research. Erica graciously arranged for her manager Giovanni to escort us to City Hall and also made arrangements for clerical assistance. We were very excited to find records dating back to the early 1800's. Thank you to Erica,Giovanni,Marco and all the staff for making this such a memorable visit.

Perfect place go relax in luxury enviroment-on a budget
Reviewed 2 months ago

Spotless clean mini hotel in the countryside less then 2 hours from Rome. Warm Wellcome with coffe and sweets eventhough we arrived out of businesshour for bar and restaurant. Room supermodernt and comfortable. Quiet and relaxing poolarea. Extremely Good value. Hard to think that anything in the area can beat this.

Good for a short break
Reviewed 2 months ago

A lovely small hotel , set in beautiful countryside. The pool is very relaxing and staff are helpful. The evening food is delicious with a personal service.
The breakfast needs some improvement as it is virtually the same choice everyday and quite uninspiring. Adding fresh fruit and fresh fruit juice, toast, eggs would be a great improvement

Excellent
Reviewed 3 months ago

We stayed for 3 days in Tenuta Esdra. We had a fine room above the spa. Tenuta has a spa, swimming pool and a great restaurant. The staff is very helpfull. They are glad ro help you with every question you have. We also had a cooking class to make ravioli. Very nice to do! Hired also bikes to explore the surroundings. A small point; what can improve is the breakfast. One last point is the city of pontecorvo; if you're coming with the car from Rome it can be hard to pass it because the navigation is getting crazy. Resume; definetily worth going there!!