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Pieve di Caminino Historic Farm
Reviewed 7 September 2016

2nd time to visit Italy in 3 yrs & 2nd time to stay at Pieve di Caminino. After enjoying 3 wonderful days in Sorrento & boating along the Amalfi Coast, we headed up to Tuscany to spend 3 days at our all-time-favorite place in the entire world - Pieve di Caminino! This time we stayed longer, did more, discovered new restaurants in the hill towns, hit the beach, walked in Emi's cork forest, lounged by the beautiful pool, etc. We stayed in the room known as the "Monk's Library" which I paced off at 28'x 85' and was just big enough for me & my wife (ha,ha). Our favorite restaurant is Il Corso in Roccatederighi. If going to the beach (40 min. West) try Bagno La Valletta - Castiglione della Pescaia. It's a private beach that doesn't cost a lot but has wonderful amenities (PARKING, umbrellas, restaurant, changing rooms & toilets and beautiful ocean/land views). TIPS: 1) you need a car; 2) map out how to get to Pieve di Caminino; 3). since there's no restaurant at Caminino look forward to eating dinners in the nearby hill towns and bringing some groceries to make breakfast & lunches. Don't forget to see Emi's turtle breeding pen and his chicken coop. Can't wait for our next stay at Pieve di Caminino.

Room Tip: I've only seen 3 of the 7 rooms & all were lovely. There's a really cool room w/ a FP &a...
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  • Stayed: July 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 29 March 2016

One of our most stunning experiences! It has never been so hard to leave a place after three nights we've spent here (Easter 2016). The place is just a museum you stay in, yet offering all the comfort of an apartment. The very friendly owner Emiliano enthusiastically tells you about what to see, where to eat and of course everything about the Locatelli's. Welcomed with a bottle of wine, our stay was perfect from the moment we entered the estate.
We were absolutely impressed by the calmth and silence, sitting in the garden and overlooking the olive yard, or walking among the trees.
An unforgettable experience!

  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 October 2015

My husband and I chose this resort from an online listing which featured picturesque fields of olive trees and grape vines surrounding an ancient villa which had been converted into an inn. The experience of spending a week in the heart of Tuscany with easy driving access to all of the better known towns such as Massa Maritima, Siena and Montepulciano was our goal. Caminino more than met our expectations. Our dynamic English-speaking host, Emiliano, greeted us warmly and welcomed us into his family's privileged, historic and distinguished home offering tips on restaurants as well as providing insight into the history of the area. Our spacious and comfortable apartment was beautifully appointed with many of the family treasures. The natural stone floors and wood beam ceilings showcased the antiquity of the building and were testimony to the artistry of the hosts, father and son, both gifted architects. Daily tidying, and nightly candle-lighting on our front "porch" were details which contributed to our enjoyment. Ever the accommodating host, Emy even turned up at the door with a big bunch of green grapes snipped from one of the vines growing in the garden. Staying at Pieve di Caminino was a perfect way to celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary, and we highly recommend this historical resort to anyone planning a trip to Tuscany.

Room Tip: Apartments on the upper floors have a clear view of the landscape and also better wifi access, but a...
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  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 September 2015 via mobile

We have just returned from our honeymoon where we spent a week in the suite with the private roof garden. Couldn't have been happier, from the moment we arrived we were welcomed by Emy and shown through the main house which was beautifully adorned with wonderful things, antiques and paintings and shown into our room. We had everything we could wish for, including coffee machine with plenty of capsules, the most amazing view from our terrace and comfortable, tasteful furnishings. The house and surrounds is steeped in history, the large pool is set over a beautiful backdrop and your electronic key that opens the front gates also opens gates to a wonderful olive grove you are free to explore. Emy provided us with a map with plenty of recommendations for sites, trattorias, delis and the situation of Caminino enabled us to explore 16 towns in our week! Siena, Porto Ercole, Pitigliano and Massa Marittima being some of our favourites. We hope to come back and could not recommend more highly.

Stayed: September 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 August 2015 via mobile

The only reason I wouldn't say anything nice about this place is so I could keep it all to myself. It was definitely our favourite in a month long stay in Tuscany. Emy is a great host and made as feel very comfortable whilst also leaving us completely alone - the place is arranged so that you rarely see anyone except by the pool (which is very special) or in the car park. The rooms have been decorated in a quirky style and there's lots of art. Local villages/ restaurants are fantastic. ...hope to go back sometime.

Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Pieve di Caminino Historic Farm

Address: Strada Provinciale 89 snc, 58036 Roccatederighi, Italy
Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Grosseto > Roccatederighi
Amenities:
Free Parking Kitchenette Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 3 Speciality Lodging in Roccatederighi
Price Range: RM414 - RM1,044 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Caminino is an antique farm estate of 200 hectares (500 acres), completely fenced, access to which is reserved exclusively for guests with reservations. A centenary olive grove, a panoramic vineyard where walking or jogging at the sight of the Montemassi castle, and a legendary cork oak forest surround the old exclusive private village, now offering agriturismo hospitality, with swimming pool (in warm season) and two ponds. Silence dominates, pleasantly interrupted by the sounds of nature. The view stretches, on clear days, to the sea, where the horizon is marked by the island of Giglio. The ancient villages of Roccatederighi, Montemassi, Sticciano and Montepescali are nearby located, crowning the landscape with their fortfied walls: they area reachable driving afew minutes and all offer a delicious choice of typical restaurants and wine bars.Not to miss & easily reachable: Massa Marittima, Siena, Montalcino, Pitigliano, Castiglione della Pescaia, Populonia, Bolgheri, the Maremma National Park, The Tarot Garden, Mount Amiata, the Terme di Saturnia, Roselle, S. Galgano, S. Antimo ... The total lack of traffic makes Caminino easy to be reached, both from Rome Leonardo da Vinci (200km / 124mi) and from Pisa Galileo Galilei (140km / 87mi), or from Florence Amerigo Vespucci Airport (128km /80mi). ... more   less 
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