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Stayed here for 2 nights in late May. Absolutely cute, very memorable, and great fun. Staff / owners very helpful and gracious, wonderful views, our room was delightful. We ate at their dinner- restaurant twice.... excellent food. Breakfast that came with room was also fantastic....More
We’ve enjoyed two nights here. The staff is highly attentive, yet unobtrusive. Trekked for two hours one day (on one of the 4 trails - all clearly rated for difficulty and duration). Hung out by the large (unseated) pool, which has a charming and highly...More
I spent 3 ways with friends ar Catello di Gargonza. What an amazing place. Scenic views on gorgeous Tuscany,magnificiently renovated village sitting around its medieval tower and chapel,nested in a green tuscan environment.
Individual houses,appartments or individal rooms in larger buildings all around the village...More
First i loved this place and this woukd be a five star review save two things. The parking could use an improvement - you park on a dirt path which is sort of two way but not and the situation will probably be stressful for...More
This seems to me the best kind of modern tourism project: how to turn a decaying hill-top village into a thriving hotel. It’s been the vision of several generations of a family, whose current head, Neri, is doing a fine – but difficult – job...More
This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village... More
This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village is also high up in the hills and naturally cooled. But if you can't live without AC please stay away!