Agriturismo Ramusè

Force, Ascoli Piceno
Bed & Breakfast
+39 328 6291859
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Slowly does it at a rustic haven run with infectious enthusiasm and kindness by a truffle hunter with a passion for nature and food


2 rooms


Rooms sleep 2

Children welcome
Pets welcome

The Experience

Sign the blackboard if you’re staying for dinner – and why wouldn’t you when the menu is so tantalising? Everything here is produced locally or on the farm (including Mama’s plum jam); Paolo’s enthusiasm for his venture is intoxicating. He once used to nip between Italy and London with a precious cargo of truffles for top chefs. Since then he’s been busy restoring his grandparents’ old farm and creating this rustic haven. Find traditional interiors, stepped vine-clad terraces, nesting boxes for birds and a beautiful oval pool. Bedrooms are warm and cosy with beamed ceilings, beds are in keeping with the country style and there’s rosy brick flooring throughout. Image a day spent lolling by the pool or in a hammock by the stream as the children make friends with the donkeys, rabbits, hens… and two truffle-hunting hounds! Mushrooms from the garden, truffles from the hills, homemade tagliatelle, biscotti and sweet wine… such bounty is served at long rustic tables under the vine-covered terrace or by the wood fire. If you can tear yourself away, the Sibillini mountains and the Adriatic are close. Slow heaven.


  • Swimming pool
  • EV charger
  • Hot tub
  • Garden
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Breakfast included
  • Breakfast available
  • Meals available
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Oven
  • Parking on premises
  • Free parking nearby
  • Accessible by public transport
  • WiFi
  • Television
  • Spa
  • Central heating
  • Limited mobility
  • Wheelchair access
  • Mobile reception
  • Hob
  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Licensed premises
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Air conditioning
  • Relaxation areas
  • Washing machine
  • Tennis court
  • Microwave oven
  • No smoking
  • Credit cards
  • Working farm
  • Owner has pets
  • Dishwasher
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Books and toys
  • Children welcome
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair
  • Fire guard
  • Cot available


  • Pub/bar within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

& pricing

Booking information

Booking restrictions
Minimum 3 nights.
12 November to February.
This property is part of a working farm or vineyard.
Dinner €18, by arrangement. Wine €8-€20. Restaurant 6km.


Nightly price
from €80
2 Twin/doubles
From €80
2 Apartments for 4
From €120



We absolutely loved our stay at Ramuse! We were with our two children (3 and 5) - they loved the donkeys and kittens so much. We loved the peace and quiet as well as the stunning views. Paolo made our children wonderful meals at a 'kid friendly' hour that they both boggled up. We would come back for our own dinner a couple hours later. If you stay here you MUST eat dinner! They were all so delicious. We met lots of interesting people and had a wonderful time. I loved sitting out of my balcony - drinking coffee and looking up at Force every morning. Highly recommend!

Sarah, Toronto

We have now stayed at Ramuse twice - it is that sort of place where one can just disappear. Paolo is an awesome host and cooks up a delicious meal with all produce within reach and on his own farm. We visited this place with our 2 kids. We would highly recommend this place to experience rural Italy and an area less visited by tourists shhh...

Rohini, London

We spent a week in this peacefully country house located in a hilly area between Ascoli Piceno and Monti Sibillini National Park alongside Paolo Ciccioli, the owner, and its loving four-footed friends. Paul, who delighted us with typical and organic foodstuff, leaded us on a 360-degrees trip into the countryside, from its amenities to the rediscovery of its traditional and ancient tastes, always paying attention on the ecology and sustainability. A genuine and relaxing place, suitable for both adults and children and far from the frenetic rhythm of modern life.

Davide, Milan

We are going to Ramuse since 2010. It was “ love at first sight”: the beautiful landscape, the quality of the products Paolo, the owner, cooks with( all from local farms or home made), the friendly and relaxing atmosphere including the beautiful cats: Mamma Adolphina and her 3 sons and Trilly dog. The house is authentically restored with the comfort of floor heating. If you are looking for a little paradise, just go there.

Katerina, Baden-Baden

Another top holiday spent in the beautiful Ramuse. This is the perfect place for peace, relaxation and activity - the choice is yours. The property is spotless. Bedrooms are so comfortable, a lovely place to sleep. Ramuse is conveniently with the coast and mountains less than thirty minutes away. There are plenty of activities taking place throughout the year in local towns and villages. Paolo is always on hand for advice of what to see and do. He is a friendly and caring owner and makes all of his guests feel most welcome. Cannot wait to return!

Graham, Romford

Our second visit to this delightful place (first visit September 2016). Paolo is a perfect host serving beautifully cooked locally sourced food, wine and beer. Traditionally styled rooms with lovely views. Charming menagerie and glorious Autumn colours. Many hill-top towns to explore and the nearby snow-capped Sibillini Mountains are spectacular. We intend returning next Spring.

Christine, Berkhamsted, Herts

We visited Agritursimo Ramuse in end August and this was after doing extensive research on Sawdays. I am not sure if my words will do justice to the fantastic experience Paolo gave us. We have 2 small children (1 baby) and my daughter fondly remembers the truffle hunting experience with Trilly dog, the fresh food that Paolo provided us day after day, the donkeys, the swimming pool which was the cleanest outdoor pool I have ever seen. It's an ideal place to explore this virgin region which is unspoilt and so rustic. If you want to be one with nature thenn look no further. We will be back!

Rohini, London

We stayed at Ramuse for the second time in October and had a wonderful stay. Paolo is a warm-hearted and generous host who goes out of his way to look after his guests; the food is delicious; the accommodation is comfortable; the setting is beautiful; even the animals on the farm are friendly. Can’t fault Ramuse - just lovely.

Steen, Maidstone

What a brilliant place this is...we stayed for 4 night but we wish it had been longer. Paulo made us instantly welcome and we were in relaxation mode within minutes. Simple but high quality accommodation, beautiful surroundings and wonderful collection of animals that make the experience extra special. Paulo prepares deliciously authentic and Italian food from organic ingredients and the locally produced wine is equally good. Meal times are communal events so be prepared to be socialable...We'll be back for sure :)

Joe, Stamford

We had a lovely holiday at Remuse and can certainly understand why people return again and again. The weather could have been kinder but we still enjoyed our stay at this special place in a very special area.

vivienne, Doncaster

A wonderfull place in nature. It was the third time we visit this agriturismo and sure we will come back. Paolo, the owner, is personal and helpfull. Its an relaxing place, the diner and wine are good, and easy to make contact with the other guests. Good place to visit the beach, Sybilini Mountains or the villages in the surrounding. Or just relax at the swimmingpool area or terras and dream.

Philippine, Diemen

Wonderful setting, Paolo is a grett host and provides fresh home-grown/locally sourced food, more vegetables and cheese products than heavily meat-based. Have dinner there every night and enjoy the company of fellow guests over a bottle of local, well- selected wine at reasonable prices. The friendly animals (donkeys, cats and, of course, Trilli, the retired truffle hunting dog) are delightful and entertaining. The views are magical and the places to visit (Ascoli Piceno, Piano Grande, Offida, Montalto delle Marche) are stunning. Our 6 nights there were unforgettable and amazing value.

Christine, Berkhamsted

a really, really lovely, heartwarming place with excellent dinner, surroundings and many animals. Paolo (the owner of Ramuse) is an exceptional friendly person and the week we spent there was a litttle bit like staying at home abroud. Especially for people who want to get in touch with new people - it's a place to find new friends. And it is the perfect place to calm down yourself, to relax and get in touch with the soul of the "Marche". The national park of "Monte Sibillini" is very near and it is the perfect place to explore this beautiful part of nature.


Het voelt gewoon als thuiskomen! Super vriendelijk onthaal door de eigenaar Paolo. De Agriturismo ligt in een prachtige groene omgeving en is in authentieke stijl volledig gerenoveerd. De appartement zijn netjes en schoon (de douche is alleen aan de krappe kant). De huisdieren zijn heerlijk aanhankelijk. Trilly (truffel hond) wilt graag geknuffeld worden, net zoals de twee ezels. Het ontbijt is simpel en puur. Lekkere koffie! 'S avonds kun je heerlijk mee-eten, weer bereid met lokale, eerlijke producten en veelal van eigen erf. Mooie vijver! Toppie!

Julien, Valkenburg

This beautiful house is set in a quiet green valley. There are many villages markets and festivals to explore. Paolo is committed to using seasonal and local products in his cooking, many of which come from his own farm. Black truffle at breakfast grated over scrambled eggs, provided by Paolo’s own Ancona chickens is a great start. If you visit between October and February you might sample the white truffle, one of the most expensive delicacies in the world, with wild asparagus. The rooms are tastefully decorated and the suite with its balcony has spectacular views of the local village Force.

Christopher, Hornchurch

This was our first time staying at an agriturismo and we loved it! The location was great, hospitality (Paolo) wonderful and the scenery gorgeous. Great dinners and tips on what to visit in the area. The rooms were lovely and the grounds beautiful. Would love to go back one day.

Jean, Rochester, New York

A peaceful and beautiful location. My children loved the pool and the animals and Paolo patiently let them tag along when feeding the animals and letting them out each day. We greatly enjoyed Paolo's home cooked food and eating with other guests each day was a great opportunity to meet some really lovely people. Paolo was nothing but helpful and always happy to accommodate the varied tastes of his younger guests when planning his menus. The children have now requested to return each year! I would thoroughly recommend Ramuse for those wanting a break from it all with delicious food and wine


Don't go to Agriturismo Ramuse if you don't want to fall in love, because you will. The house, scenery, local area and everything about the place is just enchanting but the icing on the cake is Paulo, your host. His infectious enthusiasm for everything he does will grip you and enfold you and will leave you with warm memories. I rarely visit a place twice because there is so much world out there that I haven't seen - and I want to see it all - but, somehow, I think I'll be going back to this little nugget of sunshine because one visit probably isn't enough.


Just left Ramuse after a wonderful - far too short - visit. It is a beautiful, tranquil place set in the hills. We were very well looked after by Paulo, who prides himself in using local produce when cooking yummy, simple Italian dinners for his guests. A real treasure. We will certainly be coming back.


We had the most wonderful stay at Ramuse. Paolo is a fantastic host and could not have done more to make us feel at home. He was lovely to our 18 month old daughter and she just loved being surrounded by chickens, cats and Trilly the sweet spaniel. Paolo's cooking was honestly some of the best we have tried, straight and simple but lovingly made with the freshest of ingredients. The simple pasta with tomato sauce and olive oil and the chocolate and pear pudding were a true delight We will return for sure; go stay here, you will not be disappointed!


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