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Piombaia Agroturismo are managed by some very nice people. The rooms are clean and spacious, the grounds are pleasant and close to downtown Montalcino and most attractions (by car), and the office is very friendly. We took advantage of the Cellar lunch and the hike...More
Traditional Tuscan farmhouse set in the vines of the southern slopes of Montalcino with beam & tile ceilings and wide archways filled with geraniums and martins nesting under the eaves. Attractive grounds in which to walk or sit and read, but with plenty of handy...More
What a great place to stay for a night or so. Really friendly welcome and service. Large room with lots of windows. Good value. Close to Montalcino. Lovely pool (albeit too cold in May!) and grounds. Small village down the road and apparently their family...More
We drove up to Montalcino to get away for a quiet weekend, intent on hiking the trail to the abbey at Sant'Antimo. We weren't sure if we would hike both ways or have to figure out transportation back. Vittorio not only offered to drive us...More
We'd recommend this place to anyone interested in visiting Montalcino. It's only about 2 km from the beautiful Hill town, but still far enough outside that you can enjoy the quiet and beautiful countryside. Very quaint, with a good restaurant on the property, nice if...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
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US$113 - US$201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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How difficult is it in July without air conditioning?
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THe average guest spends most of the peak hours of the day out and about and not in their room. I can imagine that time may be unbearable without AC if that's what you are used to. But the evenings are nice. Take a shower... More
THe average guest spends most of the peak hours of the day out and about and not in their room. I can imagine that time may be unbearable without AC if that's what you are used to. But the evenings are nice. Take a shower, turn the fan in the room on and open the windows (some of their windows have screens preventing insects from coming in) and you will be comfortable. We were. And besides, you are staying on a farm in Tuscany ... It's part of the experience.