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Was expecting more based on the reviews we read and compared to other hotels we stayed in while in Montalcino. Room was spacious, view was beautiful, but general cleanliness (floor in room did not seem to have been cleaned, also found hair on shower floor)...More
This was our first time at La Ragnaie but it will not be our last. As I understand it, agroturismo hotels are limited in what they can charge and it is up to the owners how much they want to invest in the property. At...More
For the first time I came to this agriturismo because of the excellent wines. During this visit I noticed that it is a beautiful area with different nice rooms. So I decided that we will come back for our summer holidays and we did it...More
About 2-3 km outside of Montalcino. Beautiful complex with nice rooms. Got a wine tour and tasting included in our stay. There is a lovely pool to chill out. Breakfast was one of better quality in comparison to other places in Tuscany. Great coffee. Nice...More
We drove through beautiful Val d'Orcia last week/weekend and stayed at three different places on three different nights. Le Ragnaie was the second most expensive and our least favorite of the three. When we arrived the person at reception told us through bites of his...More
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Response from Riccardo C, Proprietario at Le RagnaieResponded 13 June 2018
Thank you for staying with us and I apologize for the inconvenience. Unfortunately you arrived the day the pool was being opened and it usually takes 2-3 days for that process as the water takes some time to clean. Also we understand your disappointment but...More
Nestled atop the hills of Tuscany alongside the historical village of Montalcino one can find Le Ragnaie. Located in the midst of the Brunello wine region Le Ragnaie has a rich history dating back to ...Morethe 1700’s when early settlers were using the land to hunt and plant crops. The use of such materials as terra cotta, large cut stones and massive wooden beams along with the tasteful decoration of local antiques, helps to retain the rustic charm of days past. Less
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