Pros: Theresa the hostess was very friendly and helpful. Beautiful patio at back of building
Pros: The property was beautiful and the host very friendly
Pros: Elegant building and rooms, good location.
Cons: Like a hotel room.
Pros: Good location on Via Francigena near the baths. Friendly and welcoming atmosphere (nice to gesture to offer juice when we came walking). Good tips for dining options. Room was basic and OK, breakfast ...
Cons: Bed was little soft - I have a back problem. Otherwise everything was just fine.
Pros: Good breakfast with a big choice
Pros: I loved the b&b itself and the room is lovely and very clean.
Cons: The lady that met us gave out because we were late. She claimed she rang me three times but even though I had my phone with me it never rang. She didn't tell us that she had already charged my ...
Pros: Nice Italian style breakfast. The person in charge was a very nice person.
Cons: I have no complaints, second time I stayed here.
Pros: Great location for Via Francigena. Exceptionally clean and great breakfast.
Pros: Very friendly and helpful host Teresa. Large apartment in villa. Lovely breakfast.
Cons: Air conditioning
Located near a train station, Villa della Certosa is a great choice for a stay in Gambassi Terme. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café, or indulge in massages, facials, or body treatments. A health club and a spa tub are offered, and rooms at this Victorian bed & breakfast have conveniences like sofa beds and refrigerators.
Pros: Stayed for one night, very quiet place, forest on one side, vineyard on another.
Pros: The Agriturismo is in a very nice location. We had breakfast and dinner there and food was excellent. The owner of the place is very friendly. We had a relaxing stay there. we would definetely ...
Cons: Our room was a bit small and basic, but this is the style of agriturismo!
Pros: beautiful location though a little hard to find. A farm house in Tuscany with great food. What could be better. Not real fancy but very comfortable. Great hosts.
Cons: We made a reservation on-line and never got the sense we were outside of town in the middle of nowhere. When we arrived around 6pm we asked about dinner and were told we had to order it that morning...
Pros: Great swimming pool, very nice owners Very good wine
Cons: The food in the restaurant was horrible. They didnt offer a menu card, and so we got pork. As im allergic to pork they served me chicken, but there was some weird yellowish stuff in it. Also the ...
Pros: A place to get lost in. Beautiful.
Cons: no cell network coverage, but that might be a benefit.
Pros: The place and the main activity of the owner which is wine production.You can also have short or long distance walks through vineyards and woods. We had a very tasty dinner with original toscanian ...
Cons: The address of the place published in booking.com was enough to find La Torre Antica by GPS. We, later, found out that Via Luiano 75, Gambassi Terme, will drive visitors directly to the place without ...
Pros: Lovely welcome and Delicious dinner
Cons: Everything was good
Pros: Unpretentious and peaceful situation in deepest Tuscan countryside. Andrea is charming and a superb chef. Evening meal was 3 fixed delicious courses for 20€ pp plus excellent own wine called Chiara ...
Cons: Bring mosquito repellent
Pros: Spacious room. Friendly personnel (owner). Great pool. Tranquillity. Good breakfast.
Cons: Difficult to find (GPS took us to a church some km away!) and a long rough track. Some distance from Gambassi Terme. Table d'hote would be a great idea.
Set on a working farm producing wine and oil, La Torre Antica offers country-style rooms, and is located a 5-minute drive from the centre of Gambassi Terme. Guests can enjoy the garden and outdoor pool. Breakfast is served daily and includes sweet and savoury items. Rooms at the Torre Antica feature garden views, a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Free private parking is available on site. Siena is 34.2 miles away, while Florence is a 1-hour drive.
Villa Bianca Hotel features an airport shuttle (available on request), a winery, and a rooftop terrace. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a seasonal outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Pros: beautiful rural house that made us feel like at home, wonderful garden with olive trees and places to sit and enjoy your wine&breakfast. It is also possible to cook on one own as there is a full ...
In a Tuscan farmhouse, with its particular subdivision of interior space, we have created a beautiful loft, with large living room with kitchenette, one double bedroom area, a loft with a bed, bathroom with shower and a garden with pergola paronamico and barbecue. Within walking distance of a beautiful Villa also affitttimo renovated in 2016, with 5 beds.Entambe facilities are located just 10 minutes from the medieval village of Certaldo, 20 from San Gimignano and 40 from the most beautiful art cities of Tuscany such as Volterra, Siena, Florence, Pisa etc.
Pros: The staff were really friendly and helpful. We loved the pool area and the deer living on the property. You can hand feed them and the children were fascinated. The apartment was spacious and plenty...
Cons: We found the apartment to be lacking in some basic amenities for the price. Traveller's should be aware there is no microwave, toaster or hairdryer in the apartments. No washing machine it is ...
The Space Apartment for 8+2 people: composed by 3 double or twin bedrooms each one with bathroom, 1 double bedroom with bathroom, living room with sat TV and double sofa bed, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, private terrace area with tables, chairs, sun umbrella and nice view. IN THE HEART OF TUSCANY. The position of Il Castagno offers a splendid opportunity to reap the most beautiful fruits of art and Tuscan civilisation. The property also lies within the territory which is due to become the 'Parco Minerario e Termale' of Gambassi and Montaione. HISTORY The historical events of 'Il Castagno' are part of the great history of an area that has felt the influence of the bordering possessions of Florence, Pisa and Siena. In ancient times it was certainly a 'passage way': for the Etruscans to the town of Volterra, for the Romans there was the Via Clodia from Siena to Lucca and in tha middleages travellers like the archbishop Sigerico of Canterbury, who recalls the Church of Santa Maria in Chianni at Gambassi in the book of his travels in Italy before the year 1000, took the Via Francigena. 'Il Castagno' was recorded as early as 970 as bolonging to the Bishop of Volterra. It was badly damaged and sacked by Piccinnino's troops in 1430 and by the Sienise army which spent the night there on 13 June 1554. The Villa was built around 1600 by the Senatoria dei Rinuccini family, both as their own country home and to administer the other properties they had acquired in the area. In around 1815 it was inherited by the Marchesi Capponi of Florence. The Grand Duke of Tuscany visited the house on several occasions. In 1834 it passed to Marchese Attilio Incontri as part of the dowry brought by his wife, Donna Ortensi, daughter of Marchese Gino Capponi. The original property extended for thousands of hectares from the river Era to the river Elsa. Through the centuries 'Il Castagno' became an example for many other farms, but this did not save it from being divided up to what it is today. In 1998 the Bottai family, well known constructors from San Romano Val d'Arno, acquired 'Il Castagno'.
A great choice for a stay in Gambassi Terme, Borgo Le Colline features an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a rooftop terrace. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in deep-tissue massages or reflexology. A seasonal outdoor pool and a garden are other highlights, and apartments offer conveniences like kitchenettes and sofa beds.