After 14 years of holidays in Tuscany I have seen over 20 different agriturismos. For me and my family Tenuto Moriano was not the most positive. It was not bad at all but it had some downsides which, to my opinion, did not justify the price (compared to all other agriturimos we visited before). Ofcourse this is my personal,opinion.
A very large domain - beautifull surroundings - close to Florence - clean - new accomodations.
many appartments with Small terasses, everyone sits very close to each other. It lacks privacy. Altough we have children of our own, we found that the biggest drawback was the large number of children (about 10) from two appartments which were very, very loud from early in the morning until late at night and mad a trip to the swimming pool less attractive. I would not recommend this for people looking for a quiet environment.
For the price a dishwasher would have been nice.
In general it felt less agriturismo but more "club med"
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tenuta Moriano is part of an antique territory, the Chianti, dedicated to the agricultural tradition and culture of its wines. It is located inmidst of the Tuscan countryside, in a strategic position close to some of the most important and famous city of art in Tuscany. Our guests can almost smell the aromas of the former farm and they are able to catch a glimpse of the serene atmosphere of the authentic farm life and the work behind it. Tourists who would like to discover the countless amazing sunsets, the silence of nature, the Tuscan culture with its food and wine, have come to the right place. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Tenuta Moriano Italy/Montespertoli, Tuscany