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B&B Ponte a Nappo

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Via Vecchia 66 Localita Ponte a Nappo, 53037, San Gimignano Italy
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#29 of 74 B&Bs / Inns in San Gimignano
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Welcome to Busini Rossi Carla Holiday, the bed and breakfast of San Gimignano that offers 9 options of great prestige, scattered between the countryside and the historical centre of a wonderful UNESCO World Heritage hamlet. From the olive trees, the vineyards, and the swimming pool of the Ponte a Nappo country house, to the medieval charm of Palazzo Tortoli a short walk from the beautiful towers: rooms and apartments equipped with every comfort, finely furnished to preserve the authentic taste of a holiday in the heart of Tuscany. A truly magical bed and breakfast of San Gimignano where you can enjoy an experience rich in art, history and culture, home cooking and fine wines, relaxation, sun, and nature.
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L2812SU wrote a review Sep 2020
38 contributions23 helpful votes
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Cons- -Shower faced the ceiling- attachment didn’t work and fell on my head and foot. Was left of the floor when we first arrived so presume they know it’s broken. -Hairdryer wires exposed dangerous -light in shower dangling leaving bare electrics - toilet not clean -bathroom door gets stuck on bathroom floor- if need toilet whilst anyone sleeping will wake them up pushing the door as it scrapes the floor very loudly. - was told could be free shuttles between main hotel and town centre. After spending the day at main hotel and eating lunch and drinking there asked for a shuttle to the top of the hill- rang they’re Taxi friends who wanted to charge us €20, then got it down to €15 for a literal 5 min drive up hill. Felt like daylight robbery, the only reason we paid as would have been late for our dinner reservations. -room small and dark Pros- we stayed in their apartment in the centre of town, good central location (the only reason leaving 2 stars rather than 1). If a little modernisation was undertaken/safety checks would be great. - had air condirioning - meal at main hotel was nice and staff friendly (apart from when ripping us off)
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Foodie775 wrote a review Sep 2019
Vancouver, Canada29 contributions10 helpful votes
Booked hotel for 1 week as it was central to other places we wanted to visit during our stay. We had the apartment. Rooms were very clean..towels changed every 2 days and sheets every 4. Apartment has a view of the pool and patio and San Gimagnano. It was really nice. Pool area was really nice, but they charge for towels. Air-conditioning worked but it was the not very powerful and we should have really checked out of the B&B to go somewhere else. However, they do not offer a refund. Breakfast was OK. Would have like to have eggs at least (hard boiled offered as in other places), but there was a cost to that. Coffee was poor. 2 weekly dinners on the patio were offered for a fee. I suggest dinner elsewhere. Although it was OK, the quantity/quality was mediocre. They sell their own wine if you want some with dinner, then you have to order theirs with your meal which is OK and other times you can bring your own food and wine on the property. Lots of mosquitos as the area is surrounded by olive trees. You can walk to San Gimignano, but it is on a dusty gravel road so you will get covered in dust if a car drives by. The pictures of the rooms are not quite as shown on the photo as the photos have been staged to look better. Apartment has a 2 burner cooktop with no fan. Sink with burners and fridge are behind a closet door w but then open the closet doors, then you can't go in and out of the room as the door than opens agains the room door. Poor set up. Would I stay there again. No...I'd go elsewhere.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Lars H wrote a review Jun 2019
San Gimignano, Italy1 contribution
Stayed with my girlfriend at their least expensive alternative. A good price for two students. We got a warm welcome. The swimming pool facilities were grate for hot days. I have never been to a cleaner hotel room. The air conditioning were good and the room were overall good-looking. San Gimignano is absolutely stunning - I truly recommend this hotel for younger couples. And its a nice base if u want a day trip to siena, florence, certaldo, montechielli, sinque terre, luccq, pisa or what not. PS. Everything shots down at 11 of clock - so get back in time if u don’t have a car. And if u travel by bus u need tickets from a Tabbachi store before entering the bus.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Skye Coote wrote a review Jun 2019
Melbourne, Victoria239 contributions124 helpful votes
We were here for 5 nights recently. The owners have multiple properties and we stayed at the farmhouse just outside of San Gimi’s walls. Let’s begin by saying, if you’re expecting the comforts of a 5-star hotel, you’ll be disappointed. You are staying in someone’s home, it’s a true B&B, and you get everything that comes with that. The hosts are warm and welcoming, the rooms are quaint and delightful. The room comes with a mini fridge which is a great touch, TV (limited English channels), en suite and a desk. The heating and cooling can be controlled from your room but is ultimately controlled by the hosts and the system was off while we were there as the weather was quite changeable. The Windows’s have fly wire screens and open for a breeze. Breakfast is typical Italian and is plentiful, with cereals, breads, meats/cheese and sweets. Homemade meringues were a tasty treat! If it’s warm enough there’s a pool and lots of chairs to enjoy the sunshine. The best part are the views, both of the town itself (a mere 1km walk from the property) and the stunning countryside. The place is a lovely refuge from the crowds of the town. There’s lots of places to eat in town or nearby, so no worries there. Overall a quaint, throughly enchanting property. Next time I’d like to stay a couple of nights in town as well, but definitely would still come back to this property. It was hard to leave!
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Date of stay: June 2019
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JakeMtl wrote a review May 2019
Montreal, Canada111 contributions48 helpful votes
This B&B is located just about one kilometer outside the gates of San Gimignano. We were warmly greated by Andrea and through out our 4 night stay, Andrea, his mother and sisters, treated us as if we were part of the family. The grounds are immaculate and the pool is absolutely beautiful. We had the Blanca room; it is clean but modest, and offers an outstanding view of the town of San Gimignano. Breakfast, especially if the weather allows you to eat pool side, is wonderful, with a great variety of croissants, home-made jams and cakes, and some specialties prepared by "mama" which you will enjoy. The easiest way to find the B&B is to do the loop as if you were going towards the gates to the city, drive by Parking lot 2, and as you are leaving this loop just enter the small road which is diagonally in front of you. From there, it is just about 1 km to this oasis of peace and friendship.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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PRICE RANGE
$117 - $176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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b&b ponte a nappo hotel san gimignano, bed and breakfast ponte a nappo
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ItalyTuscanyProvince of SienaSan Gimignano
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about B&B Ponte a Nappo
Which popular attractions are close to B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Nearby attractions include Historic Centre of San Gimignano (0.6 miles), Torre e Casa Campatelli (0.6 miles), and San Gimignano Bell Tower (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Conveniently located restaurants include Da i' Mariani, Pasticceria Il Criollo, and dal Bertelli.
Are there opportunities to exercise at B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is B&B Ponte a Nappo located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of San Gimignano.
Are pets allowed at B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to B&B Ponte a Nappo?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Historic Centre of San Gimignano (0.6 miles), Torre e Casa Campatelli (0.6 miles), and Piazza del Duomo (0.6 miles).