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Unusual property - ancient castle, still part occupied by the owning family. Very welcoming to visitors. Tower room is fun, though narrow spiral stairs could be a challenge to some. Lovely breakfast. Close to Siena with easy access to the city, but a nice countryside...More
This castle makes you feel like in a fairy-tale. In a nice garden with olive-trees in the hills, close to Siena there is this wonderful romantic castle.
We had the blue-room. The room is big and cosy. And very clean. And the view from the...More
First my bias: I travel a lot and I will admit I am accustomed to fine accommodations.
So here are my thoughts: I don't understand why this place consistently gets 5 stars. You are staying in a lovely castle, yes, but it isn't particularly well...More
Such a unique place to stay. We stayed in the Tower room which is recommended if you don't mind a few spiral staircases, as the room is split over three floors and has great views. Highly recommend that you try the family run restaurant which...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$171 - US$219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from NickMontaperti | Property representative |
Well, it is possible if you are fairly fit as the castle is located about 2km from Siena's city walls ..the castle was built in the 13th century as a defence outpost within signaling distance of the town! The first kilometre... More
Well, it is possible if you are fairly fit as the castle is located about 2km from Siena's city walls ..the castle was built in the 13th century as a defence outpost within signaling distance of the town! The first kilometre or so is along a narrow but fairly busy country road which then over a modern overpass comes into the outskirts of Siena where there are shops, bars, a restaurant and also a bus stop where it is possible to get a little minibus right up into the heart of the old city ( saves walking up a rather steep hill!).