Hotels Near Sagra Del Cinghiale In Bagno A Ripoli

0/54 Reviews
1.39km from Sagra del Cinghiale
We weren’t sure what to expect with this hotel as it is really difficult to find much information about it and so few reviews (and having to book through booking.com), but we were so pleased with this hotel. The staff were really nice and helpful, in explaining about the hotel and booking us taxis for our departure and really friendly. The scenery is beautiful and as there are so few rooms it feels really exclusive and private around the hotel and pool area. The pool was really scenic looking out onto the vineyards, and it really is somewhere really peaceful and relaxing. We also did a wine tour which was really informative and interesting and a real highlight, learning about how the different wines are made and a tour of the cellar, followed by a tasting of wines and some really fresh and high quality meats to accompany. Breakfast was also lovely and tailored for COVID with the staff serving you, and a good choice of fresh fruit, meat, cheese, juices and some really tasty homemade cakes which varied each day. Only downside is the restaurant was shut on Tuesday and this meant we had to eat at a local restaurant which was incredibly expensive to get a taxi to (€40 each way as coming from Florence city) but there was no other option. The restaurant within this hotel itself was lovely on the night we did eat there, with a beautiful outside terrace to enjoy the view and was our best value meal all holiday for the tasting menu.
FromUS$199.00
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
3.44km from Sagra del Cinghiale
We spent a week here in July 2019. The property is a beautiful old stone building, very typical of the area. It’s been tastefully restored, with a clever mix of traditional style and modern touches. We found the place fairly easily with GPS (it’s certainly off the beaten track) and were greeted very warmly by Francesca. Indeed, she turned out to be the star of the show, as she was there for most of our stay, and was super-lovely and always very helpful with information and recommendations. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Breakfast buffet, although fairly modest in the selection of items, was delicious, and plentiful. We enjoyed a few of the house cocktails in the evenings. Despite having read the info and reviews, I had still failed to grasp that there is no restaurant at this property. Breakfast is cooked fresh in the morning, and as I understand it, guests can pre-order light lunches (such as sandwiches), but there is no food available in the evenings. Not a problem, but just something we’d failed to consider when arriving quite late on our first day and not being able to dine in. A great location for touring the Tuscan countryside. A short drive of about 20 minutes into central Florence, and then easy drives of no more than about 90 minutes to other delights such as Lucca, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, etc. The property offers a delightfully relaxing and peaceful getaway, but all within such easy reach of so much. A very enjoyable stay. Comfortable, and with great customer service. We particularly liked the “WhatsApp us for assistance” attitude. It works! Even just for asking for the music round the pool to be turned down a bit!! Highly recommended. Thank you.
FromUS$82.00
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
3.93km from Sagra del Cinghiale
We can really recommend this place which has 15 apartments close to a small Tuscany village. The apartment we stayed in was large, had everything we needed and there is also a laundry room which guests can use. Outside is a nice sitting area where people can get together and eat outside if a group is staying in more then one apartment. The apartment was very clean and we used the pool a lot.
FromUS$114.00
4.9/5Perfect10 Reviews
5.21km from Sagra del Cinghiale
My husband, my parents, and I stayed at B&B Poggio Baronti for 4 nights while visiting Florence. We wanted to be close enough to the city to see the sights but far enough from the tourist areas to feel like we were having a more “authentic” Italian experience. This B&B was the perfect choice. The house itself is beautiful...old with tons of character but updated with modern amenities. The rooms were immaculate (free water, soda, and coffee/tea in the rooms was a nice touch). And the innkeeper, Tommaso, was so accommodating! There is no elevator but he helped us carry our luggage up the stairs. He answered all of our questions and arranged transportation for us since we didn’t have a car. (Walking anywhere from this location really isn’t an option for most people. It’s located on the top of a hill and there are no sidewalks). Tommaso made great restaurant recommendations. He sent us to places offering local specialties at good prices. Breakfast at Poggio Baronti was delicious (they even had vegan options for me). Tommaso made wonderful cappuccinos! And my parents enjoyed the eggs he made for them every morning. My husband raved about the homemade cakes Tommaso’s mother made. Tommaso really enjoys his job and it shows in his attention to detail. This was by far the best place we stayed in during our 17 day trip to Italy! We definitely hope to return some day.
FromUS$131.00
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
5.3km from Sagra del Cinghiale
The Centanni is set in converted stone farmhouses in the midst of Tuscan vineyards and olive groves. It features a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a jacuzzi, 9 km outside Florence.Residence Golf Club Ristorante Centanni offers air-conditioned rooms and apartments with traditional décor. All accommodation comes with satellite TV and countryside views.Breakfast at the Centanni includes homemade cakes, fresh fruit and pancakes. The restaurant serves Tuscan food and wine, and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Chianti hills.Free bikes are available for guests wishing to explore the area. The complex includes a golf course and a bowling green. A luxury wellness centre 150 metres away offers discounted rates.Centanni is a 10-minute drive from the Firenze Sud exit of the A1 Motorway. Firenze Peretola Airport is 30 km away, and staff can arrange airport transfers upon request.
FromUS$135.00
4.8/5Outstanding122 Reviews
6.35km from Sagra del Cinghiale
We stayed for two nights as a mini escape to the countryside after almost a week in the hustle and bustle of Florence city proper. Our welcome was strange. The lady at the desk mistook us for someone else and thought we had only booked one night instead of two to stay. When we got to our room, a garden suite which had been recommended in other reviews, we were disappointed to see no kitchenette as advertised and that we were in a very small two-level room in an annex of the hotel. When we called to see if there was a kitchenette room as promised, the same lady told us none were available and that even for those rooms that had them, they were not functional due to fire codes! Whether or not this is true or just a ruse to get us to drop it is still unclear. Best not to promise kitchenettes if there are none. To be fair she offered us an alternate room in the main hotel that was beautifully decorated. But we declined as we had already paid more for this “suite”. She explained we were placed in the annex as we had asked for a quiet room. It was quiet, but the decor felt like that of a motel and the bathroom door once open would bang into the bidet. Got bitten several times at night by mosquitoes while sleeping. When we asked the desk the next morning about repellant, they had wipes and gave us a plug in to help keep the bugs away. Not sure why all the rooms aren’t just equipped with the plug ins if this is a known problem. Would have been nice to avoid the bites as mine get very large. Also booked this hotel with promise of a heated pool. The temps outside were a pleasant mid 20s celsius with sun. Perfect pool weather. Turns out the pool was ice cold. Numbingly so. When we asked a staff member about warming it, he said he couldn’t! What’s the point then! While the shuttle is a nice touch, you must book in advance as they also shuttle guests of the nearby Mulino hotel. The times of pickup and drop-off are limited and such that if you wanted to have dinner in the city centre you would have to cab back for 25 euros plus. Can’t see how this would be a good hotel for those wanting to see the centre at night. Glad we already did that prior to coming here. Food-wise, the nearby Osteria Brucia Tegami was amazing if you’re stranded here at dinner and don’t plan to eat at their restaurant. One of our top meals of our multi week Italy trip. Wouldn’t recommend. Wouldn’t stay again.
FromUS$100.00

Hotels Near Sagra Del Cinghiale In Bagno A Ripoli Review

4.8/5122 Reviews
We stayed for two nights as a mini escape to the countryside after almost a week in the hustle and bustle of Florence city proper. Our welcome was strange. The lady at the desk mistook us for someone else and thought we had only booked one night instead of two to stay. When we got to our room, a garden suite which had been recommended in other reviews, we were disappointed to see no kitchenette as advertised and that we were in a very small two-level room in an annex of the hotel. When we called to see if there was a kitchenette room as promised, the same lady told us none were available and that even for those rooms that had them, they were not functional due to fire codes! Whether or not this is true or just a ruse to get us to drop it is still unclear. Best not to promise kitchenettes if there are none. To be fair she offered us an alternate room in the main hotel that was beautifully decorated. But we declined as we had already paid more for this “suite”. She explained we were placed in the annex as we had asked for a quiet room. It was quiet, but the decor felt like that of a motel and the bathroom door once open would bang into the bidet. Got bitten several times at night by mosquitoes while sleeping. When we asked the desk the next morning about repellant, they had wipes and gave us a plug in to help keep the bugs away. Not sure why all the rooms aren’t just equipped with the plug ins if this is a known problem. Would have been nice to avoid the bites as mine get very large. Also booked this hotel with promise of a heated pool. The temps outside were a pleasant mid 20s celsius with sun. Perfect pool weather. Turns out the pool was ice cold. Numbingly so. When we asked a staff member about warming it, he said he couldn’t! What’s the point then! While the shuttle is a nice touch, you must book in advance as they also shuttle guests of the nearby Mulino hotel. The times of pickup and drop-off are limited and such that if you wanted to have dinner in the city centre you would have to cab back for 25 euros plus. Can’t see how this would be a good hotel for those wanting to see the centre at night. Glad we already did that prior to coming here. Food-wise, the nearby Osteria Brucia Tegami was amazing if you’re stranded here at dinner and don’t plan to eat at their restaurant. One of our top meals of our multi week Italy trip. Wouldn’t recommend. Wouldn’t stay again.
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FromUS$100.00
4.9/510 Reviews
My husband, my parents, and I stayed at B&B Poggio Baronti for 4 nights while visiting Florence. We wanted to be close enough to the city to see the sights but far enough from the tourist areas to feel like we were having a more “authentic” Italian experience. This B&B was the perfect choice. The house itself is beautiful...old with tons of character but updated with modern amenities. The rooms were immaculate (free water, soda, and coffee/tea in the rooms was a nice touch). And the innkeeper, Tommaso, was so accommodating! There is no elevator but he helped us carry our luggage up the stairs. He answered all of our questions and arranged transportation for us since we didn’t have a car. (Walking anywhere from this location really isn’t an option for most people. It’s located on the top of a hill and there are no sidewalks). Tommaso made great restaurant recommendations. He sent us to places offering local specialties at good prices. Breakfast at Poggio Baronti was delicious (they even had vegan options for me). Tommaso made wonderful cappuccinos! And my parents enjoyed the eggs he made for them every morning. My husband raved about the homemade cakes Tommaso’s mother made. Tommaso really enjoys his job and it shows in his attention to detail. This was by far the best place we stayed in during our 17 day trip to Italy! We definitely hope to return some day.
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FromUS$131.00
4.6/510 Reviews
We spent a week here in July 2019. The property is a beautiful old stone building, very typical of the area. It’s been tastefully restored, with a clever mix of traditional style and modern touches. We found the place fairly easily with GPS (it’s certainly off the beaten track) and were greeted very warmly by Francesca. Indeed, she turned out to be the star of the show, as she was there for most of our stay, and was super-lovely and always very helpful with information and recommendations. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there. Breakfast buffet, although fairly modest in the selection of items, was delicious, and plentiful. We enjoyed a few of the house cocktails in the evenings. Despite having read the info and reviews, I had still failed to grasp that there is no restaurant at this property. Breakfast is cooked fresh in the morning, and as I understand it, guests can pre-order light lunches (such as sandwiches), but there is no food available in the evenings. Not a problem, but just something we’d failed to consider when arriving quite late on our first day and not being able to dine in. A great location for touring the Tuscan countryside. A short drive of about 20 minutes into central Florence, and then easy drives of no more than about 90 minutes to other delights such as Lucca, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, etc. The property offers a delightfully relaxing and peaceful getaway, but all within such easy reach of so much. A very enjoyable stay. Comfortable, and with great customer service. We particularly liked the “WhatsApp us for assistance” attitude. It works! Even just for asking for the music round the pool to be turned down a bit!! Highly recommended. Thank you.
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FromUS$82.00
4.5/510 Reviews
We stayed at Borgo I Vicelli just before Ferragosto, (August 15) with our dog. The entire property is absolutely gorgeous - everywhere one's eye rests, there is something beautiful to look at! I'm an interior designer, and I was impressed! We spent our first day lounging around the pool, then had an amazing dinner by the pool, later, at Al 588 (a farm to table, 0km restaurant with unique and fabulous presentation). The wine selection is wonderful and if you're lucky, Amedeo will give you a mini lesson on local small producers and help you choose the perfect bottle. The next day, we had appointments for spa treatments - which were fantastic - the spa itself is another little gem. Then, around midnight, a huge storm blew in! So it was lucky, in a way, that we were checking out the following morning...though we hated to leave. I think this would be an amazing venue for a wedding - so much beauty and care everywhere!
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FromUS$135.00
4.4/510 Reviews
We can really recommend this place which has 15 apartments close to a small Tuscany village. The apartment we stayed in was large, had everything we needed and there is also a laundry room which guests can use. Outside is a nice sitting area where people can get together and eat outside if a group is staying in more then one apartment. The apartment was very clean and we used the pool a lot.
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FromUS$114.00
4.8/5122 Reviews
We stayed for two nights as a mini escape to the countryside after almost a week in the hustle and bustle of Florence city proper. Our welcome was strange. The lady at the desk mistook us for someone else and thought we had only booked one night instead of two to stay. When we got to our room, a garden suite which had been recommended in other reviews, we were disappointed to see no kitchenette as advertised and that we were in a very small two-level room in an annex of the hotel. When we called to see if there was a kitchenette room as promised, the same lady told us none were available and that even for those rooms that had them, they were not functional due to fire codes! Whether or not this is true or just a ruse to get us to drop it is still unclear. Best not to promise kitchenettes if there are none. To be fair she offered us an alternate room in the main hotel that was beautifully decorated. But we declined as we had already paid more for this “suite”. She explained we were placed in the annex as we had asked for a quiet room. It was quiet, but the decor felt like that of a motel and the bathroom door once open would bang into the bidet. Got bitten several times at night by mosquitoes while sleeping. When we asked the desk the next morning about repellant, they had wipes and gave us a plug in to help keep the bugs away. Not sure why all the rooms aren’t just equipped with the plug ins if this is a known problem. Would have been nice to avoid the bites as mine get very large. Also booked this hotel with promise of a heated pool. The temps outside were a pleasant mid 20s celsius with sun. Perfect pool weather. Turns out the pool was ice cold. Numbingly so. When we asked a staff member about warming it, he said he couldn’t! What’s the point then! While the shuttle is a nice touch, you must book in advance as they also shuttle guests of the nearby Mulino hotel. The times of pickup and drop-off are limited and such that if you wanted to have dinner in the city centre you would have to cab back for 25 euros plus. Can’t see how this would be a good hotel for those wanting to see the centre at night. Glad we already did that prior to coming here. Food-wise, the nearby Osteria Brucia Tegami was amazing if you’re stranded here at dinner and don’t plan to eat at their restaurant. One of our top meals of our multi week Italy trip. Wouldn’t recommend. Wouldn’t stay again.
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FromUS$100.00
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