We had a two days stay mid October at Poggio ai Santi. The weather was great and could eventually enjoy still of the beach.
Poggio ai Santi location is wonderful and all the staff was more than fair with us. We eventually make friendship with the owners who told us how they slowly build their small paradise.
They are used to invite their new guests to a welcome drink, which is a very good opportunity to know more about Tuscany.
By the way, I also see how some people can be rude and the patience the owners need to have with some: a couple (probably in their late 70...) arrived at the drink without greeting anybody not even the owners, complaining about the temperature (it was 19 degrees at night...), requiring extra heaters, dinner at 19h30 when the restaurant opens at 20h00 and... (believe us we were shocked for this...) to change the music which did not fit their taste (and we loved that soft jazz...!). Traveling sometimes allows us to catch exactly the kind of attitude to avoid. And the owners were just supporting all this with smiles and trying to solve.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The place is a magical one, nestled in hills of Mediterranean maquis, with the sea as a backdrop. A natural amphitheatre where Segesta or Epidaurus could have been built in classical times. We have preserved it intact for you. At Poggio ai Santi you will not find butlers and concierges to fill your every whim, but a guest house atmosphere which meets your real wishes. The Podere farmhouse, the Stables and Villa are orientated to use all the resources of the local climate, mild in winter and cooled in summer by the sea breeze. Everywhere we have given priority to space and silence. Our wish has been to be generous with space. At Poggio ai Santi, you will only find suites of which even the simplest offer a degree of comfort that many grand hotels can no longer afford. When we are full, we have thirty guests. The suites are spread between the three houses, each with its own charm and its specific features. Most have terraces or direct access onto the garden. The privilege of silence is rare: we have decided to support it by accepting children only over 12 years of age. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Agriturismo Poggio Ai Santi Hotel San Vincenzo