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This unique hotel is located within the Fortezza Orsini di Sorano fortress, dating back to the 11th century. The rooms are uniquely designed and furnished, and offer views of the green Etruscan... The view from room 16 was absolutely breathtaking. The room is not your run-of-the mill, has unique antique furniture, and yet the bed was extremely comfortable and the fixtures very ell conceived. Nice right and clean bathroom.
Located in Sorano in the Tuscany Region, 9.3 mi from Saturnia, Poderone Vecchio features a barbecue and views of the mountain. Free private parking is available on site. A great apartment. Very comfortable, clean, and we'll appointed. Separate bedroom, living area with fully stocked kitchen and table, plus a bathroom with washer. Lots of food! The fridge is stocked with eggs, water, meat, cheese, butter. There is bread, milk, jams, cookies, spreads. More than we could possibly eat. You can hear the bells on the local sheep herd in the distance :) Friendly proprietor. Does not speak English, but was no problem communicating well enough to meet our needs. Used booking messaging to let her know when we wanted to check out, and arrange where to leave the key. A very nice stay. Centrally located between Pitigliano, Sorano, and Sovana. 10 min drive to each.
Immersed in the Tuscan countryside, this working farm produces olive oil, wine, vegetables, essential oil and wheat. With its own restaurant and a children's zoo, it is a 10-minute drive from Sorano. The meal we had - breakfast & a truffle experience lunch we booked for the arrival day were beyond excellent. Fantastic marmalade, charcuterie, wild boar, pasta, yogurt - wow. A nice touch in the bedroom was a lavender pillow.
Offering free WiFi and mountain views, La Crisalide is an accommodations located in Sorano. The air-conditioned accommodations is 25 mi from San Casciano dei Bagni. The location was perfect - in the heart of old town. Just beautiful. The wifi works perfect so I was able to work normally while my two children was participating online lessons. The important thing for someone who plans to work there is that wi-fi coverage is only in the living room. It's impossible to work / use internet in the bedrooms
Loved this place. Very quiet Hill top town in Tuscany. We stayed in the castle. Hotel Della Fortezza. Lots of history. If you are renting a car rent a small one. The roads are very narrow with lots of hairpin curves.
Quaint little town that's super fun to explore. There were absolutely zero tourists here when we visited in early April, so it felt like we had the whole place to ourselves! We spent an hour wandering through back streets before eating dinner in town at Ristorante Fidalma, which was lovely.
We have been to Italy many times and have stayed in and visited many hill towns. With a planned cruise from Civitavecchia, and having visited Rome on a number of occasions, we were looking for a new and alternate location for the few nights prior to our cruise. Staying in Civitavecchia itself is not a good choice – absolutely nothing to do there. Staying in Sorano and also visiting the sister hill town of Pitigliano, a 15-minute drive from Sorano, was a great choice. The drive from the Rome airport to Sorano is about 2 hours; the drive back to Civitavecchia is a bit over 1 hour. (Note that Hertz is the only car rental agency in Civitavecchia and the one-way rental was very reasonable.) Sorano is a quite town with very few tourists, very limited shopping, and very limited choices in restaurants. (Note that Fidalma Restaurant in Sorano is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, has very reasonable prices, and the traditional Italian food was so good that we ate there three times.) However, it is a delight to wander and explore Sorano’s medieval streets. We spend part of one day exploring Sorano and a second day in Pitigliano which has many shops, restaurants, and other tourist attractions.
This was a fascinating step back in time. One could imagine the Etruscans of 3000 years ago living in the countryside and subsequent generations forging a life on the edge of this ravine with little change over so long. The tranquility and birdsong were very restful.
I could have stayed here for much longer. The scenery, the villages and the history deserved to be fully explored. The amount of stunning walks in the region in combination with the hilltop towns made it a place not to be missed.
The view from room 16 was absolutely breathtaking. The room is not your run-of-the mill, has unique antique furniture, and yet the bed was extremely comfortable and the fixtures very ell conceived. Nice right and clean bathroom.
Gorgeous property; beautiful landscape and amazing amenities
Very dog friendly / good breakfast and dinner /
Excellent place would be happy to return