Due Terre is very difficult to find if you use the GPS but since we didn't have one navigating by maps worked out fine. It was off season when we went so we were the only guests at the time -- we had an entire vila to ourselves! Our room was very spacious with a large sitting area and big bathroom. The antique furniture everywhere on the property was unique and collected by Sabrina's family. Sabrina is the owner/manager who gave great sightseeing recommendations. The best was a little alimentari run by a little old lady in a tiny nearby town called Lucignano d'arbia where we had delicious Pecorino di Pienza fresco and peperino, prosciutto, capocolla, and glass wine from a big jug. We returned there a couple of times.
Sabrina also will cook you a homemade dinner for extra cost. We did this one night and it was great to eat and eat and drink and then walk just a few steps to the room. Relaxing and easy meal, especially since it was just the two of us.
Breakfast is also included and was standard continental fare.
The place had been converted from an old farmhouse and every detail in the renovation was thought out thoroughly. The room and grounds were clean and well kept. The view was terrific, with an unobstructed view of the hills. Very peaceful and relaxing. The pool wasn't open yet when we were there, but it was in a great spot overlooking the hills. There is also a vineyard on the grounds and they participate in a coop to make the wine.
Due Terre was exactly what we were looking for in a stay in Tuscany and I hope to return some day.