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We attended a wedding here recently and had a great time dancing under the Tuscan sky. The staff working the wedding reception were very friendly and accommodating. Breakfast was nice and had a large assortment of sweets. The castle itself while pretty, is very rustic....More
I loved my time at Gargonza. It is hard to describe the lovely atmosphere, the kindness of the staff, the great food at the restaurant, the breakfast, the views, the pool, the hikes, the bocce court, the peace and quiet. It has everything. The 'rooms'...More
We visited castello di gargonza earlier this month for a wedding, it was a fantastic weekend! Such a magical venue, beautiful views. The food at the restaurant was wonderful and staff really friendly and helpful.
Being 7 months pregnant I was really worried that the...More
We stayed here in a village home many years ago with a business group from Rome,I can't remember the name of our house but it was complete with wood-burning fireplace and a stack of cut wood. Being autumn it was cold and rainy but our...More
We first spent a week there in 1999 on our honeymoon and were so moved by the castle's beauty, quality and its surroundings we vowed to make it back again. That day was spring 2016 with our two kids aged 15 and 11.
This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village... More
This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village is also high up in the hills and naturally cooled. But if you can't live without AC please stay away!
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"Some rooms have a portable air conditioner, room 14 has a permanent unit in the bedroom."