Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Castelmuzio, Locanda di CasalMustia is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Locanda di CasalMustia makes it easy to enjoy the best of Castelmuzio.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Locanda di CasalMustia features a 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and outdoor furniture. In addition, as a valued Locanda di CasalMustia guest, you can enjoy a lounge that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
While in Castelmuzio be sure to experience nearby Italian restaurants such as Locanda di Casal Mustia, La Locanda Di Casalmustia, or La Torretta.
Locanda di CasalMustia is sure to make your visit to Castelmuzio one worth remembering.
The Locanda di CasalMustia is located in a nice little hilltop town in the Tuscan countryside. Really need a car or scooter to get there because of it's distance from railway stations and the apparent lack of an obvious taxi service (a joining friend arriving via rail in Trequanda got a lift from a local). Once in Castelmuzio however, parking is free and there are a number of parking spots in and around the town. The town itself has a coop (little supermarket/grocery store - hours vary by day), ATM and a few restaurants and bars, the most prominent of which belongs to the CasalMustia. For anything else then Pienza (recommended) is a short distance away and has lots of amenities. Hotel itself is ideal for a short stay and as a base from which to explore the surrounding countryside before moving on to Siena, Perugia etc. We stayed for three nights and our room was tidy with comfy beds. Staff kept it clean with a daily service throughout our stay. Bathroom compact but good shower. Also had an AC which was a lifesaver in early September. One point on rooms is guests should try to get one facing away from the church tower - there's a frequent church bell which can be loud if you're facing it. Plentiful buffet breakfast (included in our price) is served downstairs in a quirky little restaurant. They offer everything from meats and cheeses through to different cereals along with juices, tea and coffee. The restaurant also does some very good food during the day and evening which isn't included but definitely worth a try. English skills of the staff ranges but we were able to convey almost everything either verbally or by sign language / Google translate, and they were generally helpful throughout. All in all, when you take into account the location, rooms, inclusions and quality of service, I'd say it's a very good budget to mid-range hotel considering the average price / night in the surrounding area.…
The pics on booking.com don’t quite reflect what the room looks like. A quadruple room with 1 queen and 1 twin. The twin was more of a child’s bed not the best for an adult. The view is hard to get as well. A small window indeed. The shower had no surround so water goes everywhere making it difficult for the others using the bathroom. The person who checked us in was not the most pleasant lady. There was the New Olive Oil festival going on which we didn’t know about - that sort of information would be helpful to advertise. Parking was difficult, a pretty high, late noise level. So just not the best experience. We’ve eaten lunch or dinner there several times over the years and loved the food. Lodging not so much- breakfast was not the best either. Would highly recommend the food but not the lodging.…
this corky hotel offers free cancellation. I booked a last minute stay for our family at 8pm. arrived at 8:20 and my 194 cm husband did not fit the room. they refused to cancel and charged our credit card full fees.
One of the great pleasures of staying in Tuscany for an extended period of time is the sense of discovery as you visit new towns, find new vistas and dine at new restaurants. One of these special experiences came in September as we visit Castelmuzio, a lovely hill town northwest of our home base, Montepulicano. The small town offers stunning vistas back to Montepulciano and Pienza and of the lovely tower of S. Anna in Camprena. Our "discovery" was the Locanda di Casalmustia. The inn offers charming rooms as well as stunning views from its rooftop. But the star of the show for us was the food. We dined al fresco on the charming Piazza della Pieve and feasted on course after course. First there was simple Tuscan fare: ribolita and fagoli in olive oil, followed by sunflower stuffed pasta with radicchio, pine nuts and pasta with melted Gorgonzola, walnuts and pears. Yes, both as good as they sound. Our entrees were followed by a dessert confection: a crispy puff pastry filled with cream and topped with raspberries. Coffees, red wine and sparkling water completed a near-perfect dining experience. Visit Tuscany with time to discover dining as it is meant to be: lovely setting, great food, and that feeling of not having to be rushed. Parking is outside the city walls in a spacious lot but a short 5-minute walk through one of the main gates to the Piazza della Pieve where CasalMustia is located. Dining at CasalMustia provided us with a knockout memory of what unusual and fine dining can be in Tuscany within a reasonable budget. And as a bonus you can walk the charming lanes of this authentic hill town without having to worry about congested streets or tour buses.…
This room was great value and the building is so interesting! Spacious enough, although the bathroom was quite small (everything in this place is of course constrained by the beautiful old stone tower it fits into!). Breakfast on the decking in the square was simple but delicious and the staff were very friendly. Importantly, A/C in the room! This village is perfect to wander around and admire how the tiny local population keep it in such beautiful condition, with attention to the smallest details. The dinner we had here on the roof (Sky Dinner) was the best meal of our trip (reviewed separately).