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We stayed here in October 2013 and had the best time. The grounds are gorgeous, the people are friendly, and the atmosphere is relaxing. If we ever went back to Italy, we would plan to spend the most time here.
My husband and I first visited Castello di Gabbiano last summer, and we decided that we wanted to celebrate our wedding at the castle. So we did September 2013 - we are very satisfied!
The castle has the special charm and location that we think...More
Our stay at Castello di Gabbiano was stop 3 on our 14 day Tour of Italy. My boyfriend and I (who became my fiancé on our trip) loved the Tuscanny area. Just beautiful driving through the countryside and we truly had to pinch ourselves at...More
Just returned from daughters wedding at the castello, shared with friends and family. We all stayed in the castle and apartments and had exclusive use for three nights. The accommodation was loved by everyone and the pool and weather and nearby villages provided plenty of...More
I still cannot believe we actually stayed in a one thousand year old castle and our room had a turret in the corner! Great restaurant and wines, make sure you take a tour of the cellars under the castle. The pool was an oasis.
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US$162 - US$310 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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San Casciano in Val di Pesa
Also Known As
Castello Di Gabbiano Hotel San Casciano In Val Di Pesa
We took a cab from Florence, with a short detour to Piazalle Michelangelo for the view. Cost us 69 Euro. There are no buses to Castello di Gabbiano. The nearest bus stop could be Mercatale Val di Pesa, almost 2 KM downhill... More
We took a cab from Florence, with a short detour to Piazalle Michelangelo for the view. Cost us 69 Euro. There are no buses to Castello di Gabbiano. The nearest bus stop could be Mercatale Val di Pesa, almost 2 KM downhill. It's almost impossible to trudge up the hill if you have luggage.
Not at all. But reservations are essential, because the restaurant is rather small - even with its first floor seating. Maybe in the summer, when outdoor seating is made available, tables may be relatively easier to get even... More
Not at all. But reservations are essential, because the restaurant is rather small - even with its first floor seating. Maybe in the summer, when outdoor seating is made available, tables may be relatively easier to get even without reservation. It's a very picturesque place, do go for the view and the food.
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"We stayed in the castle itself. There are also apartments on the grounds. Perhaps those would be good for..."