We spent a week at Corte dei Soavi and were very satisfied with our stay there. The owner can't speak English, but is very helpful and accommodating. All was well kept, the pool was clean and we had it to ourselves often, despite it being at the top of the season and there being multiple families at the place.
We have been to Italy multiple times through the years, and have appreciated the relaxing and friendly atmosphere at Corte dei Soavi. There, for example, weren't any trouble with the kids jumping in the pool and playing in it. Other places have very strict rules, and didn't allow any sort of play, which is pretty hopeless when you're travelling with kids in different ages who all love to bathe.
The placement was strategically in Soave's wine district at the border of Valpolicella. We were to several successful wine tastings within short driving distances. We got some tips from the owner, others we found ourselves. There is also a short distance to Verona and Lake Garda. Perfect for trips.
Soave itself is a bit sleepy, and even though the lack of tourists is good in a way, you should note that there isn't a lot to do.
There is a castle, which we visited, along with an exciting business that sells knight stuff.
There aren't any restaurants within walking distance, so you'll have to drive, which is a bit annoying. On the other hand, the peace and the beautiful view at is priceless. The A/C in the apartment was fantastic, since the temperature hit 40 on some days.
The only bad thing is the sofa, which according to the description, should be of high quality, but it was really bad. Both the 12-year old and the 14-year old complained. The extra bed for the smallest child was better.