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Austin
Reviewed 4 July 2015

The villa was spacious and everything I'd been dreaming of when searching for the perfect place to visit in Tuscany. Our stay was arranged ny Organic Tuscany whose staff was charming and made you feel welcomed and comfortable from the start. The cooking classes were fun and resulted in delicious, authentic farm fresh food.Tthe night we arrived a terrible storm...

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Mount Sterling, Ohio, United States
Reviewed 24 June 2014

I hate crowds. I visited here two weeks ago with a Plein air painting group headed by Joe Lombardo of CCAD in Columbus, Ohio. The setting is rural and peaceful, but boasts a refreshing pool. Patrizia and her husband, Alberto, made us feel so welcomed. The cottage I stayed in was spacious. No ac or screens, but, even though it...

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Warsaw, Poland
Reviewed 31 July 2012

We have stayed in Fattoria Bacio for one week in June/July 2010. Fattoria Bacio houses are 5-10 minutes ride from main (SP79) road (GPS 43.585645,11.088424). If you go from Tavarnele to Certaldo, turn right in Betto into dirt road. We occupied Azalea stone house, wich consists of two bedrooms, one kitchen/living room and one additional small room. There is place...

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Rochester, New York
Reviewed 25 September 2011

The Sedona Arts Center has been coming to Villa Bacio for 8 years to paint, create and recharge our creative juices. It's an ideal setting for painting the beautiful Tuscany hills and the grounds and buildings of the Villa provide numerous picturesque architectural features to tempt the eye and capture the imagination. Our week in September happened during the harvest...

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West Midlands
Reviewed 17 June 2010

We stayed at Fattoria Bacio in May/June 2010. We were a party of 50 altogether, and stayed for a week, during which our daughter and fiance got married in Certaldo Alto. It was the perfect place for a group, with the villa and surrounding accommodation. It was clean, comfortable, and very relaxed. The owner made us very welcome, and was...

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Vancouver
Reviewed 9 October 2009

Misleading website! Staying here was not the authentic agriturismo experience we were hoping for. We stayed for a week and were disappointed that the self-catering units are across the road and up the hill from the main villa and pool. The private back garden wasn't worth sitting in as it overlooked cars and heavy machinery, beyond that lay the Tuscan...

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Madison, WI
Reviewed 31 December 2007

We unfortunately only spent one night at Fattoria Bacio, but it was one of the best nights of our entire honeymoon! We arrived in Certaldo by train from Florence and had some trouble finding a taxi, but one finally did appear. Once we got there the wonderful owners gave us our choice of rooms in the main villa and showed...

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1Thank millert2002
vancouver
Reviewed 18 October 2007

"I could live here". I had the opportunity to stay here for a week with my husband in Sept and then 2 weeks with 7 friends. Both experiences were equally as amazing. We were there during the grape harvest, which we both loved. The last two weeks hunting for rabbits had begun in the fields. Waking up to the harvesting...

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Calgary, Alberta
Reviewed 23 August 2007

Fattoria Bacio is owned by Patrizia and Alberto Cascini, who also own Palazzo Galletti in Florence. I stumbled upon Palazzo Galletti, in 2005, and then stumbled upon Fattoria Bacio through the Palazzo Galletti website. It is essentially their summer home, with many rentals of different sizes, according to the size of your group. It is about 45 minutes to Florence,...

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Address: Via del Pino 703, 50052, Certaldo, Italy
Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Florence > Certaldo
Hotel Class:3 star — Fattoria Bacio 3*
Number of rooms: 9
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“Many rooms are "European" style, meaning that bathrooms are shared. I did not find this to be an issue.”
juliannetemplek, 24 Jun 2014 | Read review
“I do not recommend Palavigne, which is 300 m apart.”
Mirek66, 31 Jul 2012 | Read review
“A room facing the courtyard provides views of the Tuscan hillside and are quieter, but all the rooms in the main villa where we were are excellent.”
  • Just one of the beautiful views we captured on canvas
  • Our room in the Main Villa
edwardb882, 25 Sep 2011 | Read review
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