We enjoyed our stay in this lovely hotel and village. It is a quaint place and very handy for exploring tuscany. we stayed with a new born baby and had a fantastic room with gorgeous antiques in it. would agree with others that the bar next door is a bit loud and they could be a bit more considerate to tourists in that respect. local church bells are great, but on the hour and half hour can be a bit much. would absolutelt recommend dinner at a restaurant next to the church tower on the main street called Antica Farmacia. We are pretty discerning eaters and went back twice after our first meal. Juri is the guy who ran it and hislovely wife speaks english as does he. fod was fabulous. There is also a gelateria in town that does great coffee and fig and marscapone gelato.
breakfasts in antica were really good.. parking was ok, in offseason, but will be hard in busy times.. do go for a walk to the old ruins on the top of the hill- great view over local area.More
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