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This was mine and my husbands favorite day of our trip-we truly wish we would have stayed more than 1 night, our only regret from our 2 weeks in Italy! It's an 11th century castle turned boutique hotel. The castle is located in the Tuscan...More
Myself and my partner, who live locally, travelled to Castello Di Gabbiano to enquire about details for an event (wedding). However upon arrival at the hotel entrance, we were met with what I would describe as an extremely cold and rude female staff member. She...More
We enjoyed the wine tour and tasting. The grounds are beautiful, and the tour was very informative. Our tour had six guests total, which made it easy to ask questions and see everything. The cellars are very beautiful. The tasting takes place in a dedicated...More
We didnt' stay at this hotel but did some Chianti tasting as well as had a lovely lunch prepared for us up on the hill. Some of the hotel walls date back to 1000. The setting for the lunch was up on a hillside and...More
The hotel is very secluded - the location is ideal. We arrived at the hotel and were shown to our room - a tour of the hotel was also given. The reception is only manned certain hours of the day so ensure you check this...More
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$162 - $310 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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San Casciano in Val di Pesa
Also Known As
Castello Di Gabbiano Hotel San Casciano In Val Di Pesa ,
We took a cab from Florence, with a short detour to Piazalle Michelangelo for the view. Cost us 69 Euro. There are no buses to Castello di Gabbiano. The nearest bus stop could be Mercatale Val di Pesa, almost 2 KM downhill... More
We took a cab from Florence, with a short detour to Piazalle Michelangelo for the view. Cost us 69 Euro. There are no buses to Castello di Gabbiano. The nearest bus stop could be Mercatale Val di Pesa, almost 2 KM downhill. It's almost impossible to trudge up the hill if you have luggage.
Not at all. But reservations are essential, because the restaurant is rather small - even with its first floor seating. Maybe in the summer, when outdoor seating is made available, tables may be relatively easier to get even... More
Not at all. But reservations are essential, because the restaurant is rather small - even with its first floor seating. Maybe in the summer, when outdoor seating is made available, tables may be relatively easier to get even without reservation. It's a very picturesque place, do go for the view and the food.
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"We stayed in the castle itself. There are also apartments on the grounds. Perhaps those would be good for..."