We have just returned to SA after s 2 week holiday in Italy - certainly one of the highlights if out trip was our stay in Florence and our stay at this wonderful little B&B. At A Casa di Olivo one really has the best if both worlds - a delightfully little villa tucked away in the tranquil countryside surrounded by picturesque olive groves - yet only a 15 min bus ride from the centre of the bustling city centre. Our hosts Laura and Mauro were incredible - insisting on fetching and carrying us to and from the nearby bus-stop each day and even dropping us at the their local pizza spot in the evening. The room itself was spotless with all the amenities one would expect - including excellent wireless connectivity - something we battled with at the other B&B's we stayed at - and to top it all we had amazing views of the surrounding area. Our hosts really went out of their way to ensure our stay was pleasurable including waking up one morning at 6.30 to ensure we had breakfast as we had booked an early tour. Speaking of breakfast they were continental with home baked tarts and lots of fruit from the farm itself. I highly recommend thus B&B. Some tips to fellow travelers don't forget to pack mosquito repellent.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are Mauro and Laura, owners and managers of this small and snug b&b, located on the hills of Firenze Sud. Dipped into the nature, to whom e play to improvise us as farmers, we always keep an eye on Florence, that we can overtop by ours windows and ours olives groves. ... more less
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