Everything was excellent in this wonderful and interesting B&B, converted from an old abbey. I think its location is probably in one of the most beautiful spots in Tuscany, with both woods all around as well as the trademark hills of cypresses and vines. Sure, there's nothing to do there - except trek, swim (when pool is open), stroll or lounge in the exquisite garden, visit the cellars and the church and soak in the wonderful atmosphere of the natural environment and the history of the place! What could you want more? The rooms were gorgeous, the amazing refectory had original frescoes and the delicious breakfast was served in a beautiful baroque room overlooking the gardens - it was like a fairytale.
Although I would never let a thing like that deter me from staying in wonderful Badia a Coltibuono, the wifi service was not functioning when we were there and the staff weren't able to fix it - if this is important to you, then you should be aware that connectivity may not be guaranteed. That said, they do provide a computer for common use, available at all hours, which is very useful and came very handy in our case.