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I stayed here as part of a group of walkers with Explore holidays. The owners/staff are very hospitable, friendly and helpful. We were made to feel welcome. The chalet style buildings we stayed in were well equipped, comfortable bed and good shower, clean and tidy....More
Stayed here on an Explore walking holiday. Comfortable and well-equipped chalet. Splendid views. Well cared for grounds. Swimming pool..... Quiet. Good food. Run by the cheerful and charming Angela. I have rarely been so impressed.
Quite a walk from the station (Villetta San Romano), so...More
This is a lovely small family run agriturismo. Home made food grown on the property. Quiet comfortable but simple room. Great showers. Fabulous views. Easy to take a train anywhere you fancy. Local taxi and ammenties easy to get. True Italy.
We stayed in Braccicorti as part of an organised Exodus walking group. The room was extremely comfortable and the staff were very friendly. A beautiful setting to base our walking from. Delicious pasta and the opportunity to prepare lunches as suited individuals for walking.
Just spent a wonderful week at Braccicorti whilst doing a walking holiday.A picture-perfect farmhouse in a quiet and secluded location,it provides a relaxing environment in which to forget about the rest of the world.The accommodation was lovely,the pool perfect after a long day's walking and...More
Response from Rupert B | Property representative |
Hi there. At Braccicorti, there are 2 locations and alot of the responses may confuse you.. some are people who have stayed at Braccicorti centre and some are guests who have stayed with us at the lodges and the upper... More
Hi there. At Braccicorti, there are 2 locations and alot of the responses may confuse you.. some are people who have stayed at Braccicorti centre and some are guests who have stayed with us at the lodges and the upper section of Le Casine di Braccicorti. The upper lodges, higher and so have a wider open view... here there are 6 different structures.. 3 small chalets for 2 people, Griselda/Timo and Rosa, all with some good views.. Erica a bigger house has great views also.. These are all self contained and one can self cater or go for an option of eating on site. The rooms in Casa Battista probably have the best view and are en suite bed rooms. but have no facility to self cater... regards
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"All quiet. All comfortable. Not at all like a hotel. Like a warm family farm."