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I was visiting il Borghetto for the first time since I was a child and was not disappointed. The rooms are rustic but comfortable (no aircon which wasn't a problem for us but could be an issue in very hot weather) and the setting of...More
Nicely decorated, spacious rooms and a beautiful, tranquil location in the Tuscan hills. Nice pool as well. Unfortunately no airconditioning in the room. The ceiling fan offers some relief, but not enough. Breakfast is somewhat limited and an extra 5 Euro for an egg is...More
Four of us just completed a three week tour of Italy. It was not a first trip for any of us and high on our priority list was to return to Il Borghetto. We spent a full week there and each of us said it...More
Charming country inn on a mountaintop. Fun and interesting cooking classes. Owner very helpful in suggesting local sites and activities. Spectacular view. Loved our week here and would highly recommend Il Borghetto!
the location as absolutely dreamlike...even there are stunning villas all over tuscany, this one is georgous.
hidden from everything, you feel like in a paradise noone can find you and chase you out.
the rooms are furnished stylish&elegant, the entrance and a lots of happy...More
US$ 158 - US$ 204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No and that is a negative in the summer. They do have a large fan under the ceiling though, which, in our case did not make much noise, so that we could leave it on all the time. It made the temperature bearable, but clearly... More
No and that is a negative in the summer. They do have a large fan under the ceiling though, which, in our case did not make much noise, so that we could leave it on all the time. It made the temperature bearable, but clearly airconditioning would be better.