The only complaint was with the hair dryer, one of those small one-speed models.
This small hotel was a gem. It’s located just outside the walls at one end of town so it is very quiet, but Pienza is small so being at one end means a five minute walk to the other end. Nothing is far away.
We were on the second floor and had a great view of the valley from our small balcony. Our room was comfortable and clean although on the small side, but the bed was comfortable. Most of the time we parked in front in a small area fit for three cars. But when a tour group, small one of 15 people, had their bus park there two nights we parked in the garage. The garage is under the hotel, never had more than three cars in it, and was roomy enough to make U-Turns in, and with plenty of room to turn circles.
Breakfast was superb with all the usual expected breads, cheeses, meats and cakes. But, cakes is putting it mildly. They always had at least six tarts or pies, some of which they sourced commercially, but two or three of which they make themselves. The tarts were amazing, fruit filled, rich, and it was hard to avoid getting triples. They also had fried eggs though if you were not there early they were not as hot as might be preferred. However, breakfast was, as noted, superb. A patio, and a garden area were also available to sit out on for breakfast, or anytime, and indoor seating was bright with one wall filled with windows and doors opening to the outside.
WiFi was only available in the lobby, but it was good, and there was plenty of comfortable seating.