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We stayed in Villa Malavolta for two nights and found it to be an amazing experience.
The property is about 10 min from the center of town and about 15 min from SMN train station via buses 11, 36 or 37. The buses run very...More
We stayed at this place for 1 night during our visit to Florence. This is a nice villa which is about 15 mts by road. This is not very close to the city though. We arrived early in the morning. We were allowed an early...More
Selected as a quiet refuge to return to after busy days exploring Florence's many attractions. This B&B was located close to a main bus route, but away from the downtown. The private garden is splendid.
We stayed 3 nights nights in the lovely old property which dates back to 1478.
Donatella the host was extremely helpful in providing advice with bus routes and places to visit.
Breakfast was taken at a large table where we enjoyed conversation with other guests.
Having stayed in historic Florence twice before and traveling this time in a car caused us to search for something outside the city. That internet search led us to the historic Villa Malavolta, and the effusive reviews by those who have been here before us...More
US$ 128 - US$ 164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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