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Recent Reviews

  • An inspired home with glorious views and embracing seclusion
    5 of 5

    The only disappointment about Casa Falcetto is dragging yourself away from its idyll into the maelstrom of Tuscany's more frenetic parts. Great imagination has gone into designing a house that sits amidst a panorama which changes beguilingly with the light. This part of Tuscany is untouched by tourism, making it a unique haven. Nearby Pugliano is a curious delight - the 'pub', pizza and small shop all delightful. Every Saturday in August there's a community knees up worth attending. As mentioned elsewhere the pranzos are amazing in taste and value. Be warned, best booking Spino's near Reusa as despite its remoteness its very popular (closed Mondays) and for good reason. Also, Hotel Belvedere beyond Metra well worth a sundowner and evening meal. Cinque Terre towns in August is a bit like being funneled through a packed football stadium - but would recommend the Blue Marlin in Vernazza whose owner plays the piano bringing calm to chaos. The best bit was returning to Falcetto with the children playing endlessly in the pool, then sipping wine before tucking into a barbecue. As probably gathered, can't recommend this holiday home enough - it helped create one of our most relaxing holidays. Thank you Tony.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
  • Relaxing. The Perfect Hosts
    5 of 5

    The Villa is amazing. Excellent views and everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Rita and her husband are very accommodating and easy to deal with. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would recommend to anyone with a large group looking to relax. Note: Bagnone town is quite small to you will require a car to get to shops and other destinations.

    Stayed: Aug 2018
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