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Just to add to all the other five star reviews - this place is heaven. It's like being admitted to someone's wonderful private home. The place is restored with exquisite taste. We also dined in San Guzmé and were so impressed we went back two...More
Really don't have the words that do justice to our experience at the Castelletto. Just an amazing place, built in the 1100s. The atmosphere is incredible. Very clean. The little village it is in up on a hill is right out of the middle ages....More
My wife and I are just back from 4 nights of spectacular service, luxurious accommodations, and gracious hospitality at Castelletto de Montebenichi. While the photos we had seen on the property's website were impressive, they hardly do justice to the beautiful property/town and impressive views...More
Staying in old castles has never quite worked for us-until now. Castelletto di Montebenichi is beautifully restored and graciously hosted by its owner, Marco. Marco was there at breakfast to visit and offer assistance. He was there at cocktail hour to visit and mingle with...More
We just got back from our first trip to Italy and stayed at the Castelletto from April 20-22, 2008 - far too short! The hotel is located in the tiny village of Montebenichi, which only has 50 residents. From the time or our arrival which...More
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I was recommended Castelletto de Montebeneichi.. Wanted a good home base in an authentic castle -- all the modern conveniences but did not want to go to a place that is taken over by a "spa", if you know what I mean?
The only thing about this place is that it has no restaurants. How far is the osteria (I understand that it is within walking distance)? Do they serve wine there? I would want to come back from sight seeing to a nice glass of wine at dinner. We will have a car.
The other place is Castello delle Serre-- although my TA cannot recommend it because she is not familiar with it. Though it had great reviews on Tripadvisor and everywhere else.
Thank you for your help!
January 15, 2015|
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Response from MarcoGasparini | Property representative |
Thank you for your request. In fact the Castelletto has no restaurant. A good restaurant ( osteria l'Orciaia ) is located at a few (really few) steps. The restaurant serves excellent wines. Furthermore a complimentary... More
Thank you for your request. In fact the Castelletto has no restaurant. A good restaurant ( osteria l'Orciaia ) is located at a few (really few) steps. The restaurant serves excellent wines. Furthermore a complimentary bottle of good wine, produced by the Castelletto, will be found in any guest room.
The day off of the restaurant is Tuesday.
If you need further information feel free to communicate.
Castelletto di Montebenichi