We spent a week in the studio apartment in October. It was great! The buildings are a remodeled convent or something--thick walls, tile floors, beautiful. The apartment is larger than we expected--the single room is partially divided, with a sitting/TV area, then queen-size bed and a dining room table and chairs, plus a full kitchen with another small table. The wi-fi worked well (unlike other places we stayed on this 3 week trip), and there's a washing machine on site which we used. Stefania was very friendly and helpful, with maps and suggestions. Milk and orange juice in fridge when we arrived, and coffee and a few other staples provided. Daily maid service was surprising, too. We learned about Montoria through a friend, and booked it via their website, but the price we paid was only 805 euros for the week (non-refundable; more if you wanted to be able to cancel). There's a gate with a remote control to enter; don't get there before 4 or the gate will be closed. The town of Montepulciano is close enough to walk to, but you really need a car (and a GPS!) to tour Tuscany, in my opinion.
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