We were last here 10 and a half years ago and vowed to return 'one day' (we live in Tasmania, Aus). Spotlessly clean as before, and the quality of the saucepans and pans for cooking is excellent - heavy duty stainless steel, so ideal for slow-cooking meals, or doing something quick and easy if that's what you want. My version of chicken cacciatore is now simmering in a large pot and smells yummy.
Nico has booked restaurants for us (even a Dr because one of us needed help), and is always so cheerful. We've now vowed to return for even longer next time. This time we relaxed and enjoyed the beautiful facilities. (Oh, and Susanna, the lady who empties the rubbish for us every day, is a delight). We'll be sad to leave on Saturday.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An 800 year Franciscan Monastery converted into spacious accommodation in the heart of the Tuscan countryside with wonderful views of the Valdichiana on one side of the property and the famous rolling hills, forests and olive groves on the other. Sant’ Antonio is situated 3 kilometres from the Renaissance town of Montepulciano ideally located to visit Siena, Assisi, Pienza, Montalcino, Cortona and many other medieval towns. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sant Antonio Montepulciano
- Sant Antonio Hotel Montepulciano