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Reviewed 16 October 2017

Finding upscale well appointed properties in Tuscany that don't break the bank is not easy, but we were very satisfied with our stay at this place. The location itself is not quite idylic - it's in a suburban area of Montecatini Terme, but once you enter the gates it really is quite expansive and beautiful. I wouldn't say it is five star, but it has some very nice details that we appreciated. A sculpure garden, a beautiful pool, great curb appeal, even period lighting all around the property. The breakfast was great too. The building itself is very cool since it's an original 16th century structure. It is a B and B not a resort, run by Stephano and his daughter. he gave us some good dinner recommendations. The property is also convenient to Lucca, Pisa and Florence, so not a bad base at all. We also found it pretty romantic, with huge rooms

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank David_Blosangeles
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Reviewed 28 August 2016 via mobile

This is a gorgeous place - absolutely glorious room, smart, elegant and sophisticated with all mod cons. Not sure if all the rooms are as nice as the one we had which was not in the main house - worth checking. Gorgeous pool, garden and house setting. Attentive, hospitable owners. Nice lunch and breakfast in a pretty setting. Lovely views from the house and only a short drive to Montecatini Alto which is a quaint and atmospheric hill top hamlet full of wonderful restaurants clustered around the ancient central plaza - archetypal Tuscan setting for an outdoor lunch/dinner - and as lovely as anywhere you will find in Tuscany. You can also reach Alto by funicular which is lovely but have to drive to outside Montecatini Terme to get to the station.

The road into Montecatini and up to Villa Pitti Amerighi is not the nicest and we did panic at one stage when we thought we had arrived, surrounded by residential houses/warehouses. But the hotel is a little outside of this and once there, you feel like you are in a natural oasis and dont see or here anything- peaceful serenity.

Prices reasonable for the quality if what this place offers. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank howardd751
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Reviewed 3 June 2016 via mobile

The stuff was very helpful and nice , except of the girl from reception doesn't speak any kind of English ! I asked for some eggs and she didn't understand ! Breakfast was quite poor , bread a bit dry and they have only boiled eggs but cold !! The deluxe suite is big spacious , they only problem shower functions quite strange ! For italian esspresso you have to pay EXTRA !

Date of stay: June 2016
1  Thank Rosyana
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Reviewed 17 July 2015 via mobile

We stayed for 7 nights and had a fabulous time. This place is very relaxing and Stefano, the owner, is very hands on along with his wife and a small staff. The rooms and public areas were always spotless. A good continental style breakfast buffet is served and a light lunch can be ordered.

Stefano gave us a list of local restaurants which write all very good. We chose to take taxis because of parking and a desire to test the local wine, and it was €10 - 15 each way.

The pool is quiet and very clean.

I would strongly recommend this place as a base for exploring Tuscany. The A11 is close by, as is a railway station to visit Florence, Pisa etc.

The property was massively restored from 2000 to 2010 and is really beautiful.

Date of stay: July 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank Peter A
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Reviewed 9 June 2015

We spent 4 nights at Villa Pitti Amerighi during our 10 day Rome/Tuscany honeymoon trip. We had read TripAdvisor reviews about this property being hard to find, so we knew to look carefully for the entrance. We didn't have any trouble finding it, but I can see why some say they had trouble.

Stefano greeted us upon arrival, and gave us restaurant and site seeing recommendations. He then helped us with our luggage, and had a bottle of prosecco sent to the room.

After spending time in Rome and Florence, the first thing we noticed once we got to our room is how quiet it was. We stayed in the Deluxe Suite (room #10), which is separate from the main building. It is above the the kitchen and breakfast service area, but we didn't hear any noise from the kitchen in the morning. The suite was very spacious, with a separate living room and bedroom. The bathroom was also spacious, with a large jetted tub, and a separate shower. Although it was hot outside, the suite stayed very cool during the day. There is air conditioning, but we found that we didn't need to use it. The room was very clean, and smelled fresh.

There is free wifi that worked for us 95% of the time we were there. The wifi signal even extends to the pool area.

Breakfast is included, and it does not disappoint. For breakfast they have fresh fruit, pastries, cured meats, cheeses, yogurt, juice, and coffee. The dining tables are on a covered patio, with scenic views of the surrounding countryside. During breakfast each morning, Stefano would come and greet each guest at their table.

The saltwater pool is a great place to relax. There are plenty of padded, reclining pool chairs, covered by retractable awnings. It was never crowded.

We did not rent a car, but I would highly recommend doing so if you plan to stay here. It's about 2.5km to Montecatini, which is not a bad walk, but it's a lot of walking if you go into town every day. Villa Pitti Amerighi has plenty of gated parking. We plan to stay here again some day, and we will definitely rent a car next time.

Overall we had a great stay, and highly recommend Villa Pitti Amerighi to anyone looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation.

Room tip: We loved the Deluxe Suite
Date of stay: June 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Chris C
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