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Well worth it and do read Iris Origo's memoirs about the war there "War in the Val d'Orcia"
Not that big but lovely place and superb views
Interesting hedges laid out using tricks of perspective
Amazing what they did here considering it used...More
2nd to last night here Eighth visit in 15 years started at one week last 4 trips stay 3 weeks This is a place to have a car take day trips with big lunches come back to your house or apartment enjoy the evening and...More
This was our 4th, magnificent week-long stay at La Foce and somehow we find many new things to treasure each time.
For the first time, my wife and I were alone on this trip so did not stay in one of our favorite farm houses...More
What a wonderful stay we had in this special place. I'd read Iris Origo's "War in Val D'Orcia" and always wanted to visit the land where she and her husband did so much for the people here during WWII. To stay on the property was...More
I wish we could articulate the true emotion we have inside of us for our time at La Foce. We have both traveled extensively only to find our experience at this beautiful place one of our best adventures yet. No stone was left unturned and...More
How wonderful to plan Christmas 2016 at La Foce! I was there with friends for the month of September 2015 (in the beautiful Gonzola restored farmhouse) and it was fabulous. The Val D'Orcia is so gorgeous... More
How wonderful to plan Christmas 2016 at La Foce! I was there with friends for the month of September 2015 (in the beautiful Gonzola restored farmhouse) and it was fabulous. The Val D'Orcia is so gorgeous ... and unspoiled by any commercial development - it's like driving through the pages of a Tuscan calendar. I'd suggest asking Benedetta Isidori, the rental manager at La Foce, your questions about the weather and garden tour. She will respond promptly. As for the drive from the Chiusi train station to La Foce, I'd suggest renting a car with an excellent GPS & you won't have a problem. Our GPS wasn't so good and we got a bit lost the first time we made that little trip! Be sure to plan a lunch or two at La Porta (in nearby Monticchiello) and dinner at Dopolavoro (on the La Foce estate). The Wednesday morning cooking classes with Anna & Sabriba were outstanding. The Abbey at Sant'Altimo was also one of our favorite day trips. Happy travels, Laurette