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Just returned from a one week stay at Il Poggio. This is the first time we used the RCI exchange program. If you want to spend time in the beautiful Tuscan hills and get a taste of life in this region, IL Poggio it the...More
Stayed on an RCI exchange with the mentioned half-board. Had a one bedroom "apartment" Two floors, charming Euro feel. Downstairs was a bathroom kitchenette, dining area and small living space with fireplace. Upstairs was bath and large bedroom. Ok-the bed was not the softest in...More
The rooms in the Annex stink. No other way to put it. The king bed is two twin mattresses pushed together with the seam in the middle and lumpy as heck. The sheets were torn. The shower very small with a handheld sprayer - no...More
We had a suite in the main building which had a large balcony with a fantastic view. Our room was large and we shared a little sitting room with the suite next door. The room was comfortable and relaxing to be in. The bath had...More
We loved the area - fantastic views. The accommodation was booked through RCI and we chose it because we were able to travel to other areas. The food was really good, although not always to my taste.
Downsides: the limited choice of meals. I don't...More
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$171 - $268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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With difficulty. Write them and they will suggest best way but probably train then taxi...the town is small so if you are staying for more than a couple days, you will want wheels. We got a decent rental deal and went all... More
With difficulty. Write them and they will suggest best way but probably train then taxi...the town is small so if you are staying for more than a couple days, you will want wheels. We got a decent rental deal and went all over, turned in car before we ended trip in Florence foe 3 days because you don’t want or need a car there.
Congratulations on getting main building unit! Besides that conflict our entire experience was great. The one night (Staff night off) restaurant substitution was passable, but might allow an opportunity to try local dinner... More
Congratulations on getting main building unit! Besides that conflict our entire experience was great. The one night (Staff night off) restaurant substitution was passable, but might allow an opportunity to try local dinner fare in Celle or San Casciano (drop laundry off for faster service). Car is essential, we took limo from airport to Central Rome. After 4 nights we walked and picked up car on Saturday AM at Central Station ( Hertz line was a nighmare, adjacent Thrifty desk was wide open) and then comfortable drive to Il Poggio. Just stay in center lane to allow 100 mphers to go by. We took daily 1-1/2 to 2 hour drives out in spoke like pattern and lunched on each trip. Good experiences in Pienza, Montepulicano, Civita dei Bagnerio ( ala Rick Steves) and Pitigilano.