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53010 Rosia, Sovicille  
  • Siena
  • Florence
  • Volterra
  • Pisa
  • Montalcino
  • Pienza
  • Other Tuscan hilltop towns
  • Hotel with In-Room Kitchens

Favorite Features

  • Baby Ready: Crib and highchair available
  • Toddler Fun: Open, safe areas for running around
  • School Age Action: Near age-appropriate sights and activities
  • Cool For Teens: Near age-appropriate sights and activities
  • Family-friendly public areas
  • Variety of room options for families
  • Fantastic atmosphere and views
  • Well-appointed accommodations
  • Value-oriented pricing
  • The Donati family will provide much assistance in all areas during stay
  • Onsite kids’ activities, including cooking classes upon request

Families Should Know

  • No air-conditioning
  • Saturday-to-Saturday weeklong minimum stay requirement
  • Swimming pools are unfenced and unheated
  • No kids’ pool – family pool with shallow end
  • No onsite restaurant; weekday breakfast and special dinners available
  • Variety of independent villas and apartments – each has different layout and decor
  • Several guest rooms are accessed by external stone stairs
  • Babysitting starts at 15€ per hour, pre-booking required
  • Free WIFI available

Community Recommended Hotels and Resorts

Montestigliano is a typical turn-of-the-century Italian property that retains its charm because of smart renovation. It is comprised of a variety of apartments and villas, each with its own design. The grounds are spread out, which means that even when it’s fully booked there is a feeling of privacy. Individual apartments have their own patios with an adjacent grassy area, and rooms feature a mix of antiques and practical furnishings. Kitchens are well-equipped; if there is anything guests need, the owners will get it. The location of Montestigliano, away from major roads and close to a small village, means that older kids can open the apartment door and go – there is plenty of walking, hiking, and biking in the surrounding area. Pottery and cooking classes are offered in the summer when there are enough kids. Dinner, served one night a week, is high-class and recommended – the owners participate and the chef is great. Overall, there is a cozy family atmosphere due to the very helpful owners, who make guests feel like they are at home.

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