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My partner and I recently stayed at this B&B and we had such a lovely time.
We received a room with a four poster bed, which was unique and added to the Tuscan/romantic feel. The bedding and bathroom were immaculately clean and comfortable (a hairdryer...More
What a wonderful B&B! Annalisa made us feel right at home upon arrival. We enjoyed our two night stay here. The town is very romantic. The room was very clean and comfortable. I loved the stone and brick interior. The shower is a little small....More
Good location in the center of Montalcino, close to nice restaurants and amazing wine stores with good prices. Place looks very familiar and Dida, who run it, is always ready to help whatever you might need. Rooms are at the first floor of a two...More
Dida made our stay a real pleasure, with excellent hospitality, expert guidance, and a wonderful room. Parking right in front, a beautiful view of the valley and of the hillside olive tree orchard, and a few steps away from the restaurants and cafes in Montalcino....More
This place is like a dream! We loved the view, the beautiful room with the arched ceiling, so nicely decorated, and the lovely gazebo and peaceful garden! Annalisa is such a wonderful, friendly and helpful host! She greeted us by letting us pick sweet apricots...More
We hired a driver to take us from Florence to Siena where we picked up the rental car and drove to Montalcino. Since it was our first time driving in Europe we were a little nervous about driving from Florence although after... More
We hired a driver to take us from Florence to Siena where we picked up the rental car and drove to Montalcino. Since it was our first time driving in Europe we were a little nervous about driving from Florence although after driving around the Tuscan towns for a week we did return the car in Florence. I found it very helpful to use the Rick Steves forum on Italy to get answers about the things you should know about driving in Italy. It is a little more complicated than driving in the States.