When we first arrived, we were given a brand new room. We could still smell the paint. It was a very unusual room. You walked into the bedroom, which had a pretty view of the landscape, then to an under-furnished living area with no view, then to a bathroom with no door separating it from the living area. The decor was somewhat modern, and certainly not how the website described the rooms. The bathroom was made almost entirely of wood! Very unusual. In any event, we advised the management of our dissatisfaction with the room, as we specifically booked an upgraded room that was supposed to have a marble bathroom, antique furniture, wood ceiling beams, etc. The management was very receptive and upgraded us to a small separate house on the property which turned out to be the perfect place for us. Private, a beautiful terrace on the second floor, a personal patio. Just wonderful. I don't know what the rooms look like in the main house, but be sure to ask specific questions when booking here. The house was suite number 41 or 42 I believe, and I would stay there again in a minute.
Villa Volpe (which is essentially what Suite Accommodations is known as) is a beautiful series of old buildings that have been converted into suites and hotel rooms. I believe the last use of the property was that of a convent. As such, most of the property is decorated in a typical Tuscan rustic style, with exposed ceilings, wood beams, "cotto" tile floors with oriental rugs, stuccoed walls, etc. Very charming. We ultimately stayed in a separate two story house. I say "ultimately" for the reasons discussed in the negative comment section. Suite Accommodations. The upstairs bedroom had floor to ceiling glass doors overlooking the beautiful Tuscan country side. Magnificent. It also had a terrace. A very peaceful, pastoral base camp to return to after a typical day of touring. The lower floor was a typical first floor with a small dining area and living room. This floor also had multiple windows with views overlooking the countryside, but not as large or dramatic as the second floor. We also had a covered patio at our disposal. The onsite restaurant is excellent, as is the local cuisine. Marco is the owner/manager and is very helpful, and the staff is very accommodating. For those looking for a very private accommodation, this little house would do the trick.