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This is a highly recommended place to stay. We stayed in two of the rooms during our stay at the castle. We started off in the apartment and then had 2 nights in the Blue Room. Both rooms were fantastic. The Apartment room had great...More
Our 'room' at the 13th century Castello turned out to be a full apartment with generously sized bedroom and living room overlooking ridiculously gorgeous tuscan country scenery. Nicola, current lord of the manor, greeted us and was very warm and friendly. He recommended places to...More
The castle is really a magic place to stay. The interior has still the old details and big brick walls around them. The places are comfortable so no middle ages discomfort.
Friendly owner who is very helpful.
In the distance you can see Siena, which...More
We are a family of 5 with 3 young children (the youngest being 7 months old) and we were all extremely impressed by the warm welcome received by Mr. Nicola Guerrini and his family. We rented the apartment which turned out to be perfect for...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
US$166 - US$209 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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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!).