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Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni

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Bath, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 July 2016

We stayed the first week in Villa Gagnoni with family friends (4 adults, 5 children in total). When our friends left we stayed the second week in Casa Laran. Cristina, the site manager, very helpfully arranged for our luggage and food to be transferred to our new accommodation at changeover whilst we visited Florence. The whole site has been beautifully...

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Scandicci, Toscana, Italy
Reviewed 2 June 2014 via mobile

Perfect for a romantic weekend or for a stay while touring the Tuscan countryside. Situated in off the beaten track but still close to the motorway it's perfect for a relaxing break. Don't expect many facilities, there's an outdoor pool, wifi and free bikes for trips round the area. Close to the hilltop towns of Lucignano and Asciano. Perfect if...

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Merelbeke
Reviewed 30 May 2013

Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni is an excellent location to explore the South of Tuscany. The renovated or restaured houses have all the necessary comfort and are well equiped. Everyhthing is clean and tidy. The village is well integrated into the landscape. You can easily find useful and reliable information about restaurants in the neighbourhood and interesting places to visit in all...

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Seaford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 August 2012

We spent a week at Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni  which is situated in a quiet and picturesque part of beautiful Tuscany.  The hill top village of Lucignano with restaurants and bars is situated a few minutes' drive away.  The old farm cottages have been sympathetically and tastefully renovated and furnished in the traditional Tuscan style. The house was spotlessly clean with...

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Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Reviewed 27 August 2012

A beautiful location, modern houses, all comfort you need, a special swimmingpool with letlights, most off the time beautiful weather, nice italian people. From Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni you can go to Firenze, Cortona, Perugia, Assisi, Sienna, Arrezo ..... We spend our holiday, 2weeks, there for 5 years now and every year we make a reservation for the next year, such...

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 26 July 2012

Though not the cheapest place to stay, it is certainly worth the money. We stayed in the Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni for a week. The houses are big, really big and stay cool thanks to their thick walls. When Christina, who looks after the place, welcomes you with a big Italian smile, you immediately feel at home. the pool and its...

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Mechelen, Belgium
Reviewed 19 July 2012

What a nice place to stay in Tuscany! We stayed here for 10 days. There are around 9 apartments/houses. We stayed in Thesan. It is a lovely decorated house with 2 bedrooms. It also has 2 terraces and a private garden, which was perfect with our 2 year old. The location is just amazing. It has a very nice swimming...

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Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni has everything you need for an ideal dream holiday in Tuscany. Our exclusive holiday estate lies between Siena and Arezzo in a protected nature reserve on the edge of the Crete Senese in Tuscany. The estate is surrounded by a stirring Tuscan landscape with farmland and woods and offers an extensive view on the Val di Chiana in the distance. There are 6 holiday houses with 2 or 3 bedrooms as well as 3 seperate one bedroom flats. You can chooose the accommodation most suited for your holiday in Tuscany. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Piccolo Borgo Gagnoni

Address: Strada del Calcione 108, 53048 Rigomagno, Sinalunga, Italy
Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Siena > Sinalunga > Rigomagno
Number of rooms: 7
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