We stayed here in June, 2014. The staff was attentive, helpful, friendly, and thoughtful. Villa Campestri is about a 60 minute train ride from Florence and then a 10 minute (20 euro) taxi ride from Vicchio. We had been in Rome and Florence for the two weeks before and were looking for a respite from the city crowds. We found it at Villa Campestri. The hotel is on the top of a hill, overlooking the Tuscany valley. It is located on an olive oil farm and is very peaceful. The restaurant looks out on a grassy field framed with flowers. The pool overlooks the entire valley and is a great place to relax under old growth trees. We had booked a triple, but they upgraded us to a two bedroom apartment. The bathroom was large and had plenty of counter space and hooks for towels. The beds were very comfortable and clean. There was a well stocked mini bar with reasonably priced soft drinks and water. The breakfast which is included was extensive and delicious. They had delicious yogurt, hard boiled eggs, different kinds of pastries, cereals, and breads. The coffee, however, was made from an automated machine which was just ok. The comfortable lobby had great jazz music, wifi, and chess sets. We enjoyed hanging out there and felt welcome throughout the day and evening. The restaurant is delicious and focuses on the olive oil that they grow. The restaurant is very pricey, though, so we opted to eat in town and found two great restaurants just down the hill. The road to the hotel is very steep and does not have a sidewalk so it is not a great road to walk into town, but if you have a car, it is just a short drive. The hotel also provided a hiking specific map and another biking specific map with many great options to explore the valley. We loved it and hope to go back soon.