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Review for stay from 18 June 2014 to 25 June 2014
Wonderful accommodation, authentic Tuscan style in an amazing setting. Well located half way between Florence and Sienna. Staff were friendly and extremely helpful. The facilities at Quercia Al Poggio exceeded our expectations of a Tuscan Villa.
Review for stay from 22 October 2012 to 27 October 2012
Beautiful apartment, just what I expected. We dealt mostly with Giordonia and she is very kind & helpful. It is very secluded in the Tuscan countryside, so it does take some time to drive but we found the countryside lovely and did not mind the drive. There is no TV or Internet connection in the room but we could get Internet at the office area. It was beautiful to sit under the stars and catch up with email at the end of our day. If you need TV or internet in your room this is not the place for you. The room was clean and everything worked properly. The kitchen was well stocked and pleasant to cook there. The view is lovely. We walked the grounds every morning. You can walk around the vineyards and the woods. The welcome special dinner is worth the cost. Great value, Great space!
Peggy L Chicago IL
Review for stay from 17 September 2010 to 24 September 2010
When I arrived in Rome we drove up A1 to the Chianti area. It takes about 3 hours to get to the villa. We pulled off the highway and up to the vineyards. The property is nestled at the end of a long dirt road. It is very romantic. The property is awesome. It is surrounded by beautiful scenery which includes the grape vines and olive trees that are everywhere. There are walnut and plum trees that you pick fresh walnuts plums from at will. When you are in the pool the view is breathtaking. There is a ping pong, foosball and billard table on the grounds. As well as a tennis court. The staff was very good about telling you where to go and even making reservations for you if needed. The location is perfect for seeing Tuscany. Right in the middle of Sienna and Florence. From there I saw Florence, Sienna, Lucca, San Giminano, and Volterra. All were less than an hours drive. I would suggest getting groceries from the local market (PAM) as the drive to the Villa is somewhat remote. It is VERY romantic.