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Villa Monteoriolo

Impruneta, Italy
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

We had the opportunity to take a clocking class at Villa Monteoriolo. We were stunned to learn that we would be taking the class in what was one the home of Mona Lisa, yes that Mona Lisa. We toured the grounds of Villa Monteoriolo which...More

Thank Cabdg
Reviewed 4 March 2017

There is no other place you should stay! The view is beautiful and the owners are amazing family oriented beautiful people. We took the bus into Florence for a day trip. Walked the grounds of the Villa and took a cooking class. The cooking class...More

Thank sms70380
Reviewed 23 June 2015

We stayed the week of June 6th and could have stay forever. Eleonora is the epitome of the perfect inn keeper. Warm, friendly, informative, and so beautiful. Just like Villa Monteoriolo. If you plan to go any where near Florence, for any amount of time,...More

Thank Augustmorning2002
Reviewed 24 January 2015

Our visit began with a very warm welcome from our lovely host, Eleonora, who gave us a fascinating tour of the villa and its history. We then retired to a beautiful brick-vaulted room with a stunning view of the Tuscan valley and olive trees where...More

Thank V S
Reviewed 5 September 2013

This was our fifth visit to Villa Monteoriolo, it will not be our last. You could not wish for a more delightful setting with excellent accommodation and so close to Florence. Your host - Eleanora - is kindness personified and will do all in her...More

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Italy > Tuscany > Province of Florence > Impruneta
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