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Wow amazing experience,great host very warm welcome,large room,with all the amenities,Stunning setting,peaceful not far from...
... - San Gimignano, Volterra, Seine, etc We rented the Aia suite - spacious, clean and had everything we needed. Pool is...
... the beautiful Aia apartment – cosy, homey, clean, spacious room with a view (bed was very comfortable and warn, just a bit...
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TellMassini wrote a review Oct. 2019
Plymouth, United Kingdom38 contributions24 helpful votes
Wow amazing experience,great host very warm welcome,large room,with all the amenities,Stunning setting,peaceful not far from Siena,Pisa,Florence ideal to use as a base and relax,added bonus was the swimming pool
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Geoff H wrote a review Aug. 2016
Victoria, Canada13 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed for a week on our honeymoon. Had a fantastic time here! Franco and Sonia were wonderful hosts. The location is perfect - rural and quiet, but a quick drive into Tavarnelle to stick up on supplies. Also very convenient for driving around the Chianti region and beyond - San Gimignano, Volterra, Seine, etc
We rented the Aia suite - spacious, clean and had everything we needed. Pool is perfect. Friendly cats, dog and donkeys :)
Great experience and would definitely come back here in the future
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Aia is perfect for a couple or a couple with a baby
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Danijela S wrote a review Mar. 2016
Pomaia34 contributions18 helpful votes
A beautiful 'romantic weekend' gateway. Family-run little place surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. We stayed in the beautiful Aia apartment – cosy, homey, clean, spacious room with a view (bed was very comfortable and warn, just a bit too squeaky), very nice kitchen and bathroom, gorgeous terrace overlooking the vineyards. Hosts are great, helpful, very kind and not intrusive. Same goes for all domestic animals – all very kind & cuddly.

Next time I’ll bring more food with me. The kitchen is well equipped and the place is soo nice, we had no wish whatsoever to drive back to the village for dinner (it’s a short, 10 min drive, partly on a dirt road, to Tavarnelle, where you can find shops and restaurants / a good hour walk through beautiful countryside setting).
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Date of stay: March 2016
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ZenaRd wrote a review Sep. 2015
New York City, New York592 contributions105 helpful votes
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We recently stayed with Sonia and Franco - cannot say enough about the wonderful experience. The location, welcome, and warmth of the place and family are fantastic. The winery is also terrific, and we sampled several of the lovely wines - ranging from Chianti to other Sangiovese and Cabernet varieties. The location is ideal for exploring northern Tuscany - Florence, San Gimignano, Greve, Siena, Lucca and Pisa are an easy drive. The town of Tavarnelle - only 3 miles away - has an excellent Coop so you can buy terrific fresh food 7 days a week. We opted for great lunches out and simple evening meals on the terrace with great scenery and wine. There is also a wonderful pool. This was a family holiday and we rented Il Fienile - perfect for our family visit as the Master bedroom has an ensuite bath and children's room attached. The other suites were smaller, but lovely as well. This is a rustic place, so do not expect fancy, modern apartments...do expect perfect get-away and loads of charm. We loved our two weeks here and would be back in a flash. We travelled across Tuscany and this was by far our favorite place. Sad to leave this small corner of paradise. Thank you Sonia, Franco, and family!
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dutch Brother wrote a review Aug. 2015
Boston, Massachusetts429 contributions312 helpful votes
How one feels about Il Bacio depends a lot on your priorities. If you want a modern place with modern amenities, you will be sorely disappointed. But if you’re looking for a rustic, authentic Tuscan experience—with great scenery, classic old stone houses, great wine (yes, they produce their own wine, not just grow the grapes), a very caring and friendly family, and a memorable experience—this could well be the right place for you.

Il Bacio is the sum of so many wonderful attributes it is difficult to know where to start. The location is wonderful. It is in rolling hill country with vineyards, olive orchards, and centuries’ old stone houses dotting the landscape. It is a mesmerizing landscape that I never got tired of looking at. The grounds around the house and farm buildings is immaculately groomed with flowers, bushes, etc. The 12 by 6 meter salt water pool is the center and focus of this idyllic corner of nature. The salt is not enough to sting your eyes, but enough to make you buoyant. During dusk I would float on my back with no effort while watching the bats swoop and dive and eat the mosquitoes and other insects. That meant no mosquitoes to bite me.

Our apartment (we stayed in Legnaia) was simple but clean, pleasant and functional. It has terracotta floors and stone exterior walls. Even during 90 degree days we could shut the windows and stay comfortable, and then open them up again in the evening to cool down the apartment. We slept with the windows open and slept well. The beds were very basic, but comfortable. Both bedrooms had chests of drawers that were adequate. The rooms are too small for a sitting chair or desk.

The kitchen, dining area, and sitting area are all in one medium size room. The dining table seated four. There was a wicker loveseat for two in the dining area. The kitchen had a four burner gas stove and a microwave, but no oven or toaster oven. There was a small full-size refrigerator/freezer, but no dishwasher. But it was sufficient that we cooked all our dinners in the kitchen. There is an old style drying rack in the cupboard next to the sink.

The bathroom has a shower stall, toilet, bidet and sink. It is small but functional.
Although the apartment is quite small, one bedroom and the dining room open up onto small terracotta patios with arbors providing shade above them (but no roof to provide shelter from rain). Since there was very little rain in August, we sat outside a lot. One patio had seating for six and the other had seating for two. The larger patio faced the pool which was about 60 feet away, so it was very convenient to walk over to the pool.
Franco and Sonia, the owners, are delightful, as is their son Daniele who gave us the tour of the wine cellar. They gave us free samples of several wines which ranged from very good to excellent. For an American, the prices were a great deal given that I am used to paying US prices which by definition including shipping, import duty, and so on. We would have bought a couple cases if we could have brought them back to the US, but airlines no longer let you bring hardly any wine on board. Many Europeans load up their cars with Il Bacio wine. Lucky them.

The farm has a dog, several cats, two donkeys, and who knows what else. All are a welcome addition and not a nuisance at all. The entire farm provides a deep sense of serenity and harmony between man and nature. This is a very special place, lovingly cared for. Yes, it would be nice to have larger apartments with more amenities, but it was a tradeoff I was more than happy to make. I will never forget the week our family spent there.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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