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We thoroughly enjoyed our eight night stay at Porta Castellana, our host Annalisa (nickname Dida) was very friendly, kind, helpful and thoughtful. Porta Castellana is a very tastefully converted old mill house in Montalcino, our room was full of character with bare stonework and furniture...More
We stayed here for 3 nights and it was just amazing. The room,like a fairytale, breakfast outside delicious, the bed-fantastic and our host Dida made our stay the best experience. Thanks again!! Zuzanna and Paul :)
My husband and I stayed here for three nights.....the perfect base for exploring Tuscany. The hostess, Dida, was charming and very helpful. We loved our room, beautiful stone walls, good beds, pillows and bath amenities. We had breakfast outside in a lovely garden setting. We...More
We stayed in Porta Castellana, one time ago, which was a great choice! As we don’t have problems with stairs, we could go to the historic center without a problem.
In the stairs that we had to climb to go to the upper part of...More
A fantastic place in a fantastic location with a fantastic family as host.
The room was very clean, comfortable and was perfect for our two day stay in the Tuscan countryside. We could not have asked for a better experience.
We hired a driver to take us from Florence to Siena where we picked up the rental car and drove to Montalcino. Since it was our first time driving in Europe we were a little nervous about driving from Florence although after... More
We hired a driver to take us from Florence to Siena where we picked up the rental car and drove to Montalcino. Since it was our first time driving in Europe we were a little nervous about driving from Florence although after driving around the Tuscan towns for a week we did return the car in Florence. I found it very helpful to use the Rick Steves forum on Italy to get answers about the things you should know about driving in Italy. It is a little more complicated than driving in the States.
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"Our room was to the side so didn't get direct sunlight."