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Reviewed June 24, 2017

We stayed for 2 nights at this agrihotel and found it comfortable and in a beautiful setting. Luigi takes pride in having a a quiet and hospitable hotel and loves sharing the stories of his excellent wine. The pool is large and clean with drinks and towels readily available. The weather was hot and the air-conditioned room was a refuge aa night.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed August 23, 2016 via mobile

Came to this Agriturismo for an evening meal, the restaurant is very clean, well spaced out and run by very efficient staff. We ordered a mixed starter which was 2 large platters of a mixture of goodies eg melon, Parma ham, grilled vegetables, mixed seafood salad mozzarella, tomatoes etc, fresh mussels and calamari fritti also, all delicious. Mains we opted for pasta, again delicious and fresh and to finish off we went to the buffet table for dessert where there was an abundance of choice and I tried a few and all were good, especially the profiteroles. The owners hospitality was excellent and we are looking forward to returning here again soon.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed May 16, 2016 via mobile

Agrihotel Elisabetta is one of the top experiences we had while traveling through Italy. We stayed at four different places and this is by far the best! They gave us a huge variety of food for breakfast and dinner. DO NOT pass up on including dinner with your stay. It was the best Italian food we had while eating in Italy!
The family is very friendly and accommodating. This is their passion and you can tell.
Very reasonably priced for what is included.
The rooms were nice and spacious also. We will not pass up on staying here again next time we return to Italy.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Lisa R
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Reviewed September 30, 2015

We spent two nights here while on a VBT cycling tour of Italy. It’s a lovely family-owned facility in a splendid Tuscan countryside setting of orchards, vineyards, and olive groves, only a few miles from the Tyrrhenian Sea. It’s very popular with German tourists since owner Luigi Brunetti spent over 20 years in Frankfort.

The food in the restaurant is excellent, made with fresh produce from the Brunetti farm and local goods from the surrounding area. The Brunettis also produce their own wines and extra virgin olive oil. We had excellent service from the staff, especially from Luigi (who gave us a tour of his wine cantina), his wife Elisabetta, our waiter, and Marco, who ran the bar at the beautiful outdoor pool.

There’s only thing holding me back from giving this facility a four-star review, but it’s a biggie: Like many small European hotels, especially in the countryside, Agrihotel Elisabetta has no air conditioning.

Many of the rooms have ceiling fans, but ours did not. We were also on the top floor with our bed situated under a sloping ceiling, so our room was extremely hot and stuffy to the point where we could not sleep the first night. (We asked for a portable fan the next night, which made it only marginally better.) This was in mid-September with the temperature in the 70s and 80s (Fahrenheit), so I can only imagine how bad it is in mid-summer. Opening the windows did not help since we had no cross-breeze. It also let in a swarm of insects because the windows have no screens. The best rooms are probably on the first or second floor overlooking the pool.

If air conditioning is a must for you, then you may want to consider staying here during the off season, or even choose someplace else until the hotel decides to upgrade their facility. If you can tough it out, however, Agrihotel Elisabetta is really worth a visit.

Room Tip: First or second floor rooms overlooking the pool are probably best.
  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed August 30, 2015 via mobile

No words! Nobody there during the night ( any message or any number to contact ) so i had to sleep in the swimmingpool !!! Nobody said me that there is not a night service BUT they asked me to pay in advance!!!!! In their stupid opinion i had to ask to know their rules WHAT???

Stayed: August 2015, travelled solo
Thank sara n
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Leonardo B, Direttore at Agrihotel Elisabetta, responded to this reviewResponded September 1, 2015
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Gentile siga ! Non trovo giusto le sue critiche verso la nostra struttura ! Sapeva benissimo che fino alle 0.00 siamo presenti. E che doveva portare con se le chiavi !! Noi come struttura non siamo obbligati a tenere un portiere di notte dalle 1-8 del mattino in più se saliva nel ristorante sono presenti tutti i numeri di telefono in caso di emergenza !! ! La preghiamo di non continuare ne a scrivere e ne ad offendere i miei colleghi di lavoro ,,,, bastava una semplice telefonata e non avrebbe dormite fuori !!! Comunque sulla piscina non si trovava nemmeno !! I le guardie notturne non hanno visto nessuno negli intorno !!! Cordialmente. Fam brunetti

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