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I finally got the chance to bring my husband to Gargonza, something I have wanted to do since my first visit in 1989. He absolutely loved it and said it was even better than my descriptions. This is a real 13th century village where all...More
We stayed 2 nights to attend a wedding, and everything was more than excellent. The rooms are sumptuous with en-suite facilities (living room, chimney, sofas, kitchen); ancient (but well kept) wooden furniture, castle-like stone floors and parquet, a feast to the eyes. Bathrooms are beautiful...More
An enchanting castle situated in an adorable hamlet. My wife and I came to Gargonza for a short honeymoon and the setting, together with the sweet staff and the excellent food and nibbles, served its purpose.
We normally tour cities and love the busy-life, moving...More
For me, Gargonza ranks with the Old Cataract in Aswan and the Colonial Houses in Williamsburg as a fantastic place to step back in time. We used the hotel both as a place to explore Tuscany and to slow down and relax.
The hotel was...More
Absolutely loved this place, walked around the castle during the day and also at night, loved this place, our apartment was very spacious, we had a lovely terrace outside our room, service was very friendly and the restaurant had the most amazing food! The views...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
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US$115 - US$330 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village... More
This is a medieval village. There is no air conditioning! If that's what you need, look elsewhere. The walls are thick, windows few as was normal - to keep out the sun in summer and the cold in winter. The village is also high up in the hills and naturally cooled. But if you can't live without AC please stay away!
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"Some rooms have a portable air conditioner, room 14 has a permanent unit in the bedroom."