Citalia should update their directions! Il Borgo is a good 250 metres further on than Il Casale not just to the right! We finally found the place and were shown to or apartment Alloro which was very comfortable with a door out the back to the garden and pool area. The kitchen was very well appointed though the lighting left a lot to be desired!
Only a short drive to Montelupo where the nearest supermarket and shops are. You can also leave the car here and get on the train to Florence very easily.
It was very busy when we first arrived but by the 1st Saturday everyone went home leaving us all alone. Further people arrived over the w/e but it still was less than half full. The weather was good the first week but then the most torrential thunderstorm and rain came for 3 hours and all day Sunday.
I would recommend this if you want peace & quiet as it is in the middle of nowhere but every morning at 8am a bloke was shooting boar in the woods which on the 1st morning was a shock.
You definitely need a car to get around.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the green of the hills of the Arno valley to approximately 1 kilometer from the country of Limite - in the beautiful center of Tuscany - the Borgo di Montereggi is placed in the heart of an estate of about 100 hectares mostly cultivated by olive trees. CasaleUntill 1970, the estate was inhabited from numerous families that, like it wants the tradition of the peasants, had in use not only the house but also an immense plot of land cultivated by olive trees and vineyards called in its entirety " the podere". With the advent of the industry in the course of the last years these presences have gone disappearing leaving the houses empty and destined to the degradation. The will not to disperse our history has stimulated us in converting the village - whose origin dates at 1600 - in 12 apartments that are perfectly integrated with the surrounding atmosphere and conserve the taste and the typical typology of the Tuscan architecture, all the rooms are supplied of own bath. So still today it is possible to rediscover those feelings, emotions and scents that belong to our tradition and history. The compound is situated in panoramic position and to testimony of its optimal location the Etruscan settlement of the Parco di Montereggi rises in the immediate vicinities, dated at the 5th century BC, today a center of extraordinary interest for archaeological studies. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Borgo Di Montereggi Tuscany, Italy