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Reviewed 17 November 2016

My husband and I just enjoyed our second visit to Casa di Vignolo (our first time was 13 years ago, with our two kids), and we were so happy to return! I can't imagine a more perfect home base while visiting Tuscany and Umbria. Pergine...More

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Reviewed 6 June 2016

Irene & her brother were excellent hosts and made us feel like family. She showed us around the village on arrival and also invited us into their home for a home cooking class which was a highlight of our trip. The villa was spacious and...More

Thank Carole M
Reviewed 25 May 2013

For over one year we've been planning a one month visit to Italy and considered literally hundreds of places to stay while in Tuscany. After narrowing it down to a handful of possibilities, we decided on Casa di Vignolo and could not be happier with...More

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Reviewed 17 May 2013

Spent an awesome week as the guests of the Gren family at Casa Di Vignolo, a beautifully restored 11th century building. When our friend first spotted this place on the internet, he sent me photos and info and I affectionately nicknamed it "The Rubble Pile"....More

1  Thank Doug A
Reviewed 31 May 2012

Casa di Vignolo may seem to be a bit out of the way. However it is perfect for escaping from the tourist crowd. It is an easy drive to Sienna, Arrezo, Assisi and the Tuscan hill towns and an easy day trip to Florence by...More

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Hotel description
All the floors are in 'cotto toscano' (original Tuscan tiles) and the walls are the original stones or painted with natural colour. The kitchen has is own sink 17th century old, the large living room has an enormous fireplace still working, the beautiful veranda is the original stones and bricks.All the furniture are antiques and originally property of the family.The house has totally four bedrooms which can sleep 7 people: 2 doubles, 1 with two single beds, another one with a single bed. There are 2 bathrooms both with shower.
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US$154 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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US$154 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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"Two levels and sleeps 7 people"
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