We stayed in one of the 2 bedroom apartments in a converted stone building tucked away in the foothills of the Sibilini mountains. We were looking for a facility with comfortable beds and a full kitchen and we found it. The parents of the owner live across the road and speak almost no English but their daughter, Nadia, is fluent and were great to work with.
There is a gem of a restautant 1km up the road called Il Taglio where we has a 9 course tasting menu for 30(!) euros.