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Via San Luigi 35, 53026 Monticchiello, Pienza Italy
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#5 of 7 B&Bs / Inns in Monticchiello

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Grade: 56 out of 100
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Via San Luigi 35, 53026 Monticchiello, Pienza Italy
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_traveller306_hp wrote a review Jun 2018
London, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
Situated in a charming walkable medieval hill village with lovely views. Junior suite with mountain views (6 adults) up outside stone staircase, comprised of one double bedroom with ample wardrobe space and one lounge. Lounge includes sleeper sofa, small breakfast table and double bed at other end of room. One bathroom, no kitchen. Cold breakfast of fruit/cake/yogurt/coffee machine left in unit, but unit not served during stay. Restaurant(s) in village. Vehicle access extremely limited. Parking outside village with steep climb to accommodation. Call proprietor for directions on luggage transport BEFORE arriving. BEST SUITED TO 2 ADULTS with or without kids.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Room Tip: stuffy bedroom, foam pillows, only good for 2 adults
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Chris W wrote a review Apr 2018
Phoenix, Arizona446 contributions87 helpful votes
This is my third review of this apartment and I don't believe I can overstate my affection for it. I had stayed here twice prior to my March 2018 stay when it was under the first owner and couldn't believe it could get any better, but it has. First let me state that working with new owner Kasia was a dream. She was very responsive and communicative prior to my arrival, and even when it appeared that I wouldn't be able to get the upstairs apartment, at the last minute quite literally, she switched things up to fulfill my every wish. Upon entering the apartment I couldn't help but notice how she had softened up the colors which improved upon the place immensely - not that I had any complaints before. Gone are the red bedspreads and accents and in their place are more muted tans and beiges. Little did I realize what small changes could make such a dramatic difference. What remained the same was the comfort and familiarity. After all, I do call Monticchiello (and this apartment) my Italian hometown. I could go on forever about this place but instead I will just say.... I am envious of anyone who gets to stay here in my absence and I am happy to have met Kasia and hope to see her again in he next year! WELL DONE!!!!
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Rachel2487 wrote a review Apr 2018
Manchester, United Kingdom19 contributions2 helpful votes
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This apartment is beautiful, we stayed in the first floor room which had stunning views of rolling Tuscan hills. We arrived late on our first night (just after 21:30) which meant the restaurants had closed, Kasia however rang the restaurant and asked if they would keep the kitchen open for us to have some food after the long drive from Pisa - it wasn’t something she had to do but she went out of her way to help us and it was greatly appreciated. The next night she also suggested a fantastic bar in Pienza "Idillyum" which is cocktail bar down at Palazzo Piccolomini which we would highly recommmed for a relaxing evening out with abit more of a lively atmosphere than the sleepy town of Monticchiello. We would highly recommend this apartment for your stay in Tuscany, it’s a beautiful and a well maintained apartment with fantastic hosts.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Chris W wrote a review Dec 2017
Phoenix, Arizona446 contributions87 helpful votes
A few weeks back I was fortunate enough to visit my own slice of heaven, Monticchiello, and stay again at Ron's wonderful upstairs apartment. Just as with the first time everything was perfect. He provides everything and more for a wonderful time in the area. I highlight recommend this apartment to anyone needing a home base in Val d'Orcia. I return for the beauty, the wonderful people and the excellent food of Taverna di Moranda. I can't wait to return in March 2018.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Chris W wrote a review Mar 2017
Phoenix, Arizona446 contributions87 helpful votes
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Nearly four years ago I visited Monticchiello and stayed in an “apartment” for nine days and I fell in love with the village, its unsurpassed views of Val d’Orcia, and the people and food of Tuscany, so when I decided to take my husband on a trip to Italy I knew that we would have to stay at least one night in Monticchiello as we drove between Roma and Firenze. I wasn’t certain where we would stay because we only had one night and I planned to eat (and drink wine) at my favorite Tuscan restaurant that then I found In Toscana Affittacamere and booked it using Expedia. Some weeks later I received a notification for Trip Advisor of a price reduction on Agoda and so I canceled my reservation on Expedia and booked the lesser price. A day or two prior to arrival I received an email from the owner, Ronald, to set up a time to meet to check in (remember this is not a hotel but rather an apartment) so we set a time to meet in front of the guard gate. Ronald was very friendly. We talked about our trip up to that point and of my previous visit to Monticchiello. His English was perfect and I could tell he was not from Italy and so I inquired and he explained that he and his wife has left the Netherlands a few years previously to fulfill a dream of living in Tuscany. He then showed us the apartment and the little things we needed to know such as how to run the heat and where to leave the key when we checked out, and then he left us to the place. As I mentioned before I had stayed in the village before so my expectations were rather low. After all it is a medieval town and all buildings date back at least a century or more but when we entered the apartment I was surprised. To say it is a rather modern accommodation would be a stretch but compared to the dungeon I stayed in previously it was a remarkable upgrade and Ronald and his wife and not forgotten a single thing. On the “dining” table was a welcoming bottle or red wine and two large apples, with an assortment of coffee options adjacent against a wall. There is a small refrigerator that contained juice, yogurt, milk and a large bottle of water, and on top of the fridge there was a basket with an assortment of prepackaged morning pastries. In the upper unit, which is the one we rented, there is a very large bed adjacent to the living area and then one in a bedroom. The couch also pulls out so in total the place would easily sleep six people. There is also an update bathroom. And then there is the breathtaking view of the Val d’Orcia from the windows. There is no price tag you can put on the view. It is simply exquisite. When I booked a place in Monticchiello four years earlier this apartment was the fantasy of what I wanted to rent and was very disappointed, and now all I can think about is returning to my little Tuscan town for an extended stay because I know there is a very well loved accommodation waiting for me. If the flight from Arizona wasn’t so long, I would return once a month. Thank you, Ronald, for sharing this place with us, and with the world, even if it was only for one night. Your friendliness and charm was most welcome and your love of Tuscany shires through in all the details provided in the unit. The price of this unit was a steal. It is easily worth double the price. One dining suggestion.... This tiny little village is blessed with three world class restaurants and the obvious choice seems to be La Porta. While it has the advantage of being the first place you see upon entering the village and has a small outdoor patio overlooking Val d'Orcia, I find it a little overrated. Don't get me wrong, the food is very good, however, for a truly memorable meal go to La Taverna di Moranda. Run by husband and wife Masimo and Francesca, the food is absolutely sublime and her (Francesca's) charm will win you over. La Tarverna di Moranda is one of the MAIN reasons I insisted we stop in Monticchiello on this trip. Unfortunately, Francesca was not working that evening. Also.... stop in at La Guardila for a caffe or glass wine. Young owner Giacomo will take very good care of you and you can enjoy the view!!!!
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Frequently Asked Questions about In Toscana Camere
Which popular attractions are close to In Toscana Camere?
Nearby attractions include Bottega del Rame (5.2 km), Porta della Cavina (5.5 km), and Monticchiello (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at In Toscana Camere?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at In Toscana Camere?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at In Toscana Camere?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at In Toscana Camere?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to In Toscana Camere?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Vineria di Montepulciano, Sette di Vino, and Poderuccio.
Is In Toscana Camere located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Monticchiello.
Are pets allowed at In Toscana Camere?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at In Toscana Camere?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Italian, and Polish.
Are there any historical sites close to In Toscana Camere?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Historic Centre of the City of Pienza (3.9 km), Corso il Rossellino (3.9 km), and Palazzo Comunale di Pienza (3.9 km).