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This fall was our 4th visit to Roberto and Jusara’s enchanting estate. Our entire family stayed in the 15th century villa and we also enjoyed the comforts of the 5-guest Il Fenile. The genuine hospitality from the family and their attention to all our needs...More
Roberto and his family did everything they could to make us feel at home, including when we came down with a big cold. The place is spotless, very well decorated and the location is more than exceptional in terms of its beauty. We not only...More
The breathtaking beauty of Podere Felceto is only matched by the kindness and hospitality of the owners- Roberto and Jus'. The accommodations are immaculate. The meals were first class. It close to everything- Florence, Siena- but comfortably far from the crowds. Staying here is like...More
Attended a wedding here in mid-September and it was a magnificent experience. There is a fantastic main house with double height living/dining room, fantastic chef's kitchen, multiple bedrooms and then additional living quarters in a few additional buildings across a common courtyard. Also a secluded...More
"Magical Wedding". That was how so many of our 22 family and friends described our week together at Roberto and Jus' Podere Felceto Villa. Not only is the setting stunning at the end of the road overlooking a working Olive grove, nor that it's only...More
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I don't think it would be advisable to walk into Panzano from here but you could if you didn't mind walking nearly 2 miles up what they refer to as a "white road". It's basically a gravel and dirt road with very little... More
I don't think it would be advisable to walk into Panzano from here but you could if you didn't mind walking nearly 2 miles up what they refer to as a "white road". It's basically a gravel and dirt road with very little shade. I don't believe that there are any bicycles there either.