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Spent 4 nights here in June 2015, we used it as a base to tour Toscana and what a special base it was.
From the receptionist to the owner that run the hotel were so warm and friendly and could not do enough for you....More
This was one of the highlights of our trip to Italy. Marco is very kind and informative. Breakfast is delicious. Room is very comfortable. It is a unique experience. The views are fantastic! We really enjoyed the pool on hot July days. Just go and...More
Montebenichi is a town of almost 60 inhabitants, as told to us by owner Marco who himself, has a great story to tell of how he started this hotel. This castle was only recently restored and the staff has done an amazing job to keep...More
Marco and team do an amazing job of making guests feel as though they are family. The Castelletto has been lovingly restored and is a charming piece of history. It's perched on the top of a hill with wonderful vistas of the Tuscan countryside. The...More
The hotel is in a castle, and there are common rooms filled with art, and a rooftop chill area. The rooms are unique and comfortable. Marco and the crew here really have created a cozy and authentic experience is real old-world Tuscany. We got the...More
US$241 - US$353 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I was recommended Castelletto de Montebeneichi.. Wanted a good home base in an authentic castle -- all the modern conveniences but did not want to go to a place that is taken over by a "spa", if you know what I mean?
The only thing about this place is that it has no restaurants. How far is the osteria (I understand that it is within walking distance)? Do they serve wine there? I would want to come back from sight seeing to a nice glass of wine at dinner. We will have a car.
The other place is Castello delle Serre-- although my TA cannot recommend it because she is not familiar with it. Though it had great reviews on Tripadvisor and everywhere else.
Thank you for your help!
15 January 2015|
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Response from MarcoGasparini | Property representative |
Thank you for your request. In fact the Castelletto has no restaurant. A good restaurant ( osteria l'Orciaia ) is located at a few (really few) steps. The restaurant serves excellent wines. Furthermore a complimentary... More
Thank you for your request. In fact the Castelletto has no restaurant. A good restaurant ( osteria l'Orciaia ) is located at a few (really few) steps. The restaurant serves excellent wines. Furthermore a complimentary bottle of good wine, produced by the Castelletto, will be found in any guest room.
The day off of the restaurant is Tuesday.
If you need further information feel free to communicate.
Castelletto di Montebenichi