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I stayed at castello di gabbiano for 3 nights, view of the place is exotic, i have lived in the best places around the world, but this place is just BEAUTIFUL, peaceful and picturesque.
The staff is more than helpful, especially cornelia , marina...More
My fiance and I stayed 3 nights at Castello di Gabbiano, and it was the setting for the most romantic weekend ever! Beautiful grounds, stunning castle, and the sweetest people! We thoroughly enjoyed our time, appreciated the exceptional service (the staff really go out of...More
My husband and I visited in May 2013, and it was a little rainy/chilly so we didn't get to use the pool (I was very sad...) but the grounds are beautiful! We ran around in the rain for a long time taking pictures when we...More
We swung by the castle for half a day as part of s tour of the Tuscan countryside. The grounds are beautiful, and so is the cellar. We managed to sample their reserve wine and olive oil, which were fantastic. If you're ever in Tuscany...More
Capivating Tuscan views,stunning old castle,great service from Cornelia and staff,lovely pool,good wines and a great restaurant on site. This was my second visit here but first time staying. Relaxing and a good base to explore the wine region from.Loved the honour system for drinks by...More
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USD 167 - USD 221 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Province of Florence >
San Casciano in Val di Pesa
Also Known As
Castello Di Gabbiano Hotel San Casciano In Val Di Pesa ,
Castello Di Gabbiano Tuscany/San Casciano In Val Di Pesa, Italy
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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