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Excellent location — rated 9.2/10! (score from 82 reviews)
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Outdoor pool, Garden, Sun terrace
Tennis court, Billiards, Table tennis, Hiking, Cycling, Horse riding, Fitness centre, Spa and wellness centre, Massage, Hot tub, Hammam, Bikes available (free), Games room, Children's playground
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Tour desk, Babysitting/child services, Laundry, Ironing service, Shoeshine, Meeting/banquet facilities, Business centre, Fax/photocopying, Gift shop, Bridal suite
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Lift, Heating
Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
15:00 - 17:00 hours
09:00 - 11:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children from 3 to 7 years are charged EUR 15 per person per night for extra beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 50 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.
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The birthplace of Mona Lisa is a restful Villa with beautiful views, amazing gardens, warm rustic mansion with old buildings, and smiling people. The launch pad to all you destinations in Chianti: Sienna, Firenze, Cortona, Montepulciano, Castillo, Radda, etc. The Greve village is 7 minutes away and very nice. Lots if activity in the Public Place. They also have a wine festival in Greve at the beginning of September where over 300 producers offer their wines for tasting. Overall we loved it so much we extended our stay to 5 days instead of 3. Very relaxing. Like the Italians always say... Tutte Bene!!!
Yes Vignamaggio's restaurant is a bit pricey but it is very good and convenient. Especially when you arrive the first evening and you are tired to travel. You need to make a reservation and they close the kitchen at 9:30 pm. They have buffet breakfast for 14 Euros. Very good and you are on an amazing site! Martin & Sabrina
Wine tasting with a dinner is a must! The villa is gorgeous and the surrounding area is so beautiful with vineyards and olive trees . Very quiet
Nothing, we are ready to go back anytime;)
We spent three nights here. It is a villa with history. Wonderful seeting. Has its own vineyards and winery. It is a big compound, can simply stroll and explore the villa on your own. There are two pools. One of them has a magnificent view of the valley. Unfortunately, the water is too cold for a swim. (Weather is poor when we visited in september 2014). The guided wine tour with dinner is terrific. One of the best meals I had for the trip. Room is clean and unique. Good pick if you just want to spend your time in the villa.
It's not very convenient to get to if you don't drive. 10~15 minutes drive to the closest town, Greve. Bus hours are poor. Not a good value for money if you plan to spend your time out visiting the wineries.
Complimentary wine, olive oil and fruit in the rooms. Also freshly brewed coffee outside the rooms, on a table, with biscuits, every day. Comfortable bed. Nice shower. Great view.
food/dinner, wine tour and whole atmosphere were all great! loved the scenery and views. very calming.
This was just a perfect place. Beautiful architecture with stunning views. Rooms were very large, quaint and clean. Their wine tour with dinner is a must, food was divine and their reserve chianti is a must. Staff was friendly.
Breakfast was not included and a bit expensive for what you got, other hotels offered the same or better assortment at no charge. But the center of town is a short drive away.
Great Villa apartment. 53 sq.mtrs. Immaculately cleaned everyday. Wonderful antique rustic furniture. Very spacious, four-poster bedroom. Large bathroom. Small but useful kitchenette. Lovely outside patio area with chairs and table and wonderful views over the Tuscan countryside. Great atmosphere wandering around the Villa where they filmed 'Much Ado About Nothing' in 1993. Great, large swimming pool. Not cheap but worth it! Wouldn't stay anywhere else in the area.
the grounds and the views
the fact that the reception only functioned from 9am -7pm each day so if there was a problem no one could help you. This was an issue for us on two nights -the air conditioning failed the first night and after a thunder storm the power in the place we were staying failed one evening and it was pitch black except for emergency lights-it did not come on until next morning late. I spoke to Carla-the general manager, who was reluctant to speak to us and apparently the justification is that it is an agroturismo not a hotel! I refused to pay for the two nights as the establishment had made no attempt to have anyone there to sort out the problems! I have never stayed in any hotel that was like this. The renaissance buildings do not compensate you for the discomforts! The ordinary staff are expected to sort out the problems but can't ! it was not a great experience and the hype relating to Mona Lisa is overplayed.
Amazing Villa Perfect food and wine
Location was fantastic. The restaurant is very good, if a bit pricey.
Location, nature, hotel facilities, spacious apartments, normal prices, gardens, pools, excellent, helpful staff and really amazing terrace restaurant with excellent Tuscan tastes!!!! Congrats!!!
Nothing, everything great!!!
Wow, this place is unbelievable! The gardens, the food, the wine, the setting. I can't say enough about it. This is the house where the Mona Lisa model grew up. You must visit this, even if you don't stay here. Go to a wine tasting/dinner. But I recommend staying here.
Attitude of the restaurant staffs are good. Food above average. Wines and olive oils may be fine to some people. We brought few bottles of them.
Not much walking area. At least you won't feel relax walking around. Area of pool have many insects. I stayed in one-bedroom villa. Pretty small. Only one small window can be open. No fresh air in room yet the room has unpleasant smell! No shower curtain in toilet. First hotel I chose for my vacation, but the most disappointing one.
Absolutely amazing. Views and atmosphere were amazing. If you visit wine country it's a must.
Setting &scenery superb
Only hand held shower. Poor quality towels. Not value for money compared to other properties on same vacation.
Beautiful, peaceful setting!
Breakfast not included, reception not very friendly
The location is lovely and the garden is beautiful. Dinner was delicious.
It was a very relaxing stay, beautiful property. we could easily drive to all areas of Chianti region. the breakfast was excellent!
everything was quite good. Our room was a little noisy though, could hear the guests in other rooms.
the beauty of the villa and the garden, the surrounding Toscany hills, the gorgeous view !
somewhat expensive !
Style of renovations; spacious room.
Restaurant service slow and menu lacked ambition and flair.
Everything except the weather. The staff were particularly friendly and extremely helpful. We think it is a place everyone of a romantic nature should visit at least once in their lifetime.
In March the temperatures were 12C and the heating was a bit sparse.
Location, the gardens the decor and the sense of calm and ease with which the staff ensured a perfect stay
Early spring meant the villa was only just re-establishing itself so eating options limited.
Reception staff were very helpful and the room was great the views were amazing and it was a great place to walk around in its own right.
Small point but it would have been great to have some English language tv....but this seems to be the case everywhere we went in Italy!
The room and the grounds were incredible! I loved the history of the place and that it's a working winery and olive oil producing estate. They were harvesting olives by hand while we were enjoying a glass of wine on the patio! I wish we had stayed longer to enjoy the grounds, pool and exercise room.
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