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Reviewed 18 June 2018

Wonderful agri hotel deep in the Tuscan countryside. Roberto and Claudia do a fantastic job. Nothing is too much trouble for them. The whole family are so warm and friendly, they make you feel part of their home.The food is stunningly good. Excellent pool and fitness facilities.

Room tip: We originally just booked an apartment but upgraded to include breakfast. The home made bread , jam, juice, made it worthwhile!
Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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claudia r, Proprietario at Relais Parco Fiorito, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2018

Thank you very much...I'm excited to read your words.
I hope you come back soon to visit us!!!

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Reviewed 14 September 2017

Absolutely not a 4 stars hotel; impolite and unprofessional service, from welcome to departure; at arrival, before even showing the rooms, the host “introduced” himself by claiming an extra of 14 euros per day for the air conditioning (booking.com kindly offered to pay the amount and to settle the dispute as air conditioning was included already in the contract).

The apartment was very dusty, the couch dirty, unpaired and old clattery, fridge not working properly (the freezer could not even keep cold an ice-cream), overall leaving an unpleasant decadent feeling.

We also had a dinner there and absolutely not worth the price (38 euro for 4 courses); a part from the own produced “organic” ingredients, courses are very cheaply cooked and served in small quantity dishes with a large dose of “funny comments” close to arrogance.

Last but not least a regular payment bill for the dinner was printed only after formal complain: iwhat he provided at a first instance against payment was a piece of paper stabbed in a brochure of the hotel with no legal value.

In summary, booking.com rating is strongly misleading for this hotel as the quality of the service offered is far below the average of the other hotels proposed. Anyway if you really want to live the surreal experience, I would suggest to check at least that taxes are paid “controllare regolare emissione di scontrino fiscale”

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

Just returned from 6 days at Parco Fiorito. Went as a family of 4 people, including a 6 and 4 yr old. It surpassed our expectations. The place has real charm and I don't think the photos do it real justice. We thought it had an exclusive feel given the no. of rooms and all the other guests staying were polite and courteous.

The buildings and bedrooms are rustic with real charm but more than spacious and comfortable. Really adds to the Italian experience. The pool is a highlight and made even more impressive by the stunning location / scenery. My wife had a spa treatment and was pleased with it - dedicated treatment rooms.

You can't stay at Parco Fiorito without sampling their dinner (each course is a culinary delight) and wine. The food and wine are superb and offer great value for money. The breakfast is limited continental but we found more than adequate, especially as some of the produce is homemade and very tasty. We also had larger lunches and dinners so couldn't face a big breakfast. The terrace where breakfast and dinner were served was a lovely space. Note dinner is only served by prior arrangement with the staff and isn't as flexible as staying in a full service hotel. Once we understood this it was fine and didn't really detract from the experience. There's plenty of places within a 5 min drive to get lunch or dinner if you don't want to eat at Parco Fiorito every night. There's also a small supermarket close by.

We were worried the kids might get bored but definitely not the case. They loved the pool, small play area, outdoor exercise park and interacted with the other guests and their children. They also liked the fact that there were pigs and sheep living there and seeing the vineyard.

Our kids really took a shine to the owner, Roberto - they loved it when he described himself as their grandpa in Italy. Roberto likes to interact with the guests and his enthusiasm appears to reflect a love of the business he's created.
Alba and Jacamo who worked at Parco Fiorito also helped to make our stay very enjoyable.

Although Parco Fiorito is in a very rural setting, we didn't feel isolated. You definitely need a car to get to and around the area but everywhere we went was a picture postcard. Whilst there we visited Cortona (5 mins away), Siena (60 mins), Perugia (45 mins) and Lake Trasimeno (20 mins) (there's a private beach with a pool by the lake). There's lots of other villages nearby too. You can take walks or go cycling from the site. We also found a stables near the lake (20 min drive away) where the kids had a horse riding lesson.

Check what type of room you're booking as some you have to pay extra for air conditioning and children's supplement. We would have been annoyed to be charged extra for these. Fortunately we called and booked direct so Roberto allocated us with the right type of room with an all in rate, which we felt offered good value for money. We stayed in a junior suite with living area and kitchenette.

We loved supporting a family business and our first experience of an Agritourismo. We will definitely return to Parco Fiorito. Whether you're a young or old couple, small or large family or travelling with friends I can't imagine you'd be disappointed.

Date of stay: August 2017
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Relais P, Proprietario at Relais Parco Fiorito, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2017

No words to add at yours!
Thank you! I will be happy to do better if you will come back!
Claudia

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Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

Roberto is incredibly welcoming. He takes real pride in his food, his farm and his home. He welcomed us into his home, he cooked and served us an amazing dinner and he sat and talked to us. A great spread from breakfast, a lovely pool and an amazing full message by their masseuse.

Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

We had dinner at Parco Fiorito - Roberto is an excellent chef and host and he even arranged a special birthday cake for us. Most of the food and the wine comes from Parco Fiorito's own farm/garden. Highly recommend.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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roberto r, Proprietario at Relais Parco Fiorito, responded to this reviewResponded 4 May 2017

Thank you Nicky.
I am very happy you appreciated my cake. I prepared it with love.
You will be welcome anytime
claudia

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