Ramusè is located in the magic truffle area, cuddled by the sweet hills of the Marche Region.
The agritourism is immersed in the utmost quietness where total privacy is guaranteed, in a scenic location 30 minutes away from both the Adriatic Sea and the National Sibillini Park.
The country house was renovated with original materials in full accordance with the typical local ancient techniques: wooden chestnut wooden beams and shutters, stone pavement and fireplaces remind you of the past warmth and atmosphere, matching some elegant ancient touch and folksy traditions of the countryside. Ramusè will host you with 4 bedrooms (each with private bathroom), one suite (dining hall, two bedrooms and private bathroom), a hall where you can arrange you tours and a relax hall where you can taste the typical dishes of the local cooking. Moreover, you can enjoy the swimming pool. You can also take a walk through the woodland and grassland reserved to our guests. You’ll wake up cuddled by the wonderful birds’ concert and the nature’s breath.
WHO WE ARE:
Here in these lands, where the perfumes of nature lasts inside your soul, was born the idea of Ramusè.
I left this area a few years ago to dedicate myself to the export of local black and white truffles for London restaurants and the Borough Market. The precious tuber from Le Marche was quickly appreciated by important chefs such as Jamie Oliver,Giorgio Locatelli, Antonio Carluccio, Gordon Ramsay, Raymond Blanc and others. I met Gennaro Contaldo (well known television celebrity chef and mentor of Jamie Oliver) who in 2004 decided to spend some time at my house before I restored it.
While he was here he shot an episode of his famous TV programme together with 'good food live'. The perfumes of the truffle reminded me of the sweet hills surrounding Ascoli Piceno in Le Marche and I returned home in 2005. The restoration of the house ,which was once my grandparents, took two years to complete.
The charm and quality of the original local materials used, in particular the terracotta, has restored to the rooms the antique magic of a country house. The name Ramusè derives from the word Baccaiamento (old and local Forcese dialect) that in its original wording means : friend-let's go friend.