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Historical Traveler Reviews Agriturismo Savernano Reggello
Non so da dove cominciare...secondo me questo agriturismo è fantastico! Non ha difetti...la cucina è eccezionale (la ribollita ce la sognamo ancora...quella surgelata è una bestemmia confrontata con quella della signora, moglie del proprietario. X non parlare della fiorentina e di tutte le torte della mattina...mmm una delizia!); le camere oltre ad essere molto belle, spaziose, pulite e dotate di climatizzazione caldo/freddo, sanno ricreare un ambiente "caldo" e accogliente...(poi ci sarebbe da aprire un capitolo a parte per i bagni...le cui docce sono "familiari" talmente sono enormi...ma davvero...) tutte diverse sono curate nei minimi dettagli (l'abbiamo potuto constatare visto che eravamo 2 coppie di amici, quindi 2 stanze diverse!)
La posizone dell'agriturismo merita davvero tanto, domina la valle ed è uno spettacolo meraviglioso! A 2 passi da Firenze che è raggiungibile, come consiglia anche il proprietario, con il treno in 15-20 minuti al costo di 2 € circa...quindi è anche molto conveniente invece che pagare i parcheggi costosissimi di Firenze...
Il personale come avrete capito è cordiale e disponibile x qualsiasi cosa cerca sempre di accontentare i suoi ospiti...Noi ne siamo un esempio...desideravamo le lenticchie x il cenone di capodanno, che non erano inserite nel menù...et voilà...alle 24 abbiamo mangiato anche quelle...come abbiamo fatto non saprei visto che abbiamo mangiato l'impossibile...ma tutto era troppo buono!!! Stessa cosa x la fiorentina...non era in "programma" nei 4 giorni che siamo stati lì ma una sera ci siamo messi d'accordo e ce l'hanno fatta trovare!!!
Se proprio vogliamo trovare il pelo nell'uovo...l'unica cosa a cui ci siamo abituati dopo 3 giorni (ma è stata solo una questione di "come si è abituati") erano i cuscini, un pò troppo alti x i nostri gusti...ma ripeto noi siamo abituati a dormire con il cuscino basso...
Insomma andateci e non ve ne pentirete, ve lo garantisco!!!
An amazing experience
This agriturismo was amazing. Not only were we treated with the utmost respect, but the hospitality was top-notch. My best friend and I were in Europe for 50 days and this was, by far, the most cultural experience of our trip. David and his family are wonderful people and love having guests. Although I was with my friend, I would definitely recommend Savernano for a romantic getaway or a nice cultural experience. The food that is served at night, the olive oil, the wine, the proscuitto, the olives and the hospitality are all made and perfected on the property. I can't wait to return with my husband in a couple years!!!
5 stars all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wouldn't stay anywhere else! Superior, Colorado
The rooms were decorated beautifully, each with a private bath and gorgeous views. The fresh flowers in each of our rooms was a very nice touch. The food was mouth watering. The staff always had a smile and were very polite. We are a large family of 6 and we were accomodated very nicely. 5 star treatment and facilities with family country charm, is the best way to explain it. The grounds are well kept with plenty of room for nice long walks, playing football, or just sitting on the the veranda and taking all that beautiful scenery in. It is a working agriturismo, so there are vineyards and olive groves. Whether your looking for a romantic getaway or a nice family vacation spot, this B&B will not disappoint you. Words can not express how much we enjoyed our stay.
Beautiful large rooms with private baths. Simply but elegantly decorated with comfortable antique wood or iron beds, armoires, dressers, etc.. Spotlessly clean. Personable host who speaks enough English to get by. Very accommodating and knowledgeable about area. His assistant however was raised in USA and is fluent in both English and Italian. The breakfast is typical Italian-breads, plain cakes, biscuits. cheese. prosciutto, fresh fruit, yogurt, juice and cappucino. Buffet style-very abundant. The locale is spectacular. 360' view of the Tuscan hills and valleys. Peaceful and romantic. This property is a working vinyard/winery and olive grove. Our only regret was that we were not here during or just prior to the harvest. We imagine the hills at that time of year would be resplendant with the aroma of sweet grapes ready to be picked and fermented into the very good Chianti that Agriturismo Savernano bottles and sells right there.
New year's day!
beautifulst New Year's Day charming Farm holidays, cured in the details, optimal hospitality, extraordinary kitchen, accurate cleaning and classic Tuscany sympathy. All dipped in greens relaxant hills. UNFORGETTABLE! Alessandra and Mauro room 1
solo 3 giorni ma indimenticabili.
La cucina è ottima, l'ambiente estremamente curato e pulito, la gentilezza di davide e la moglie straordinaria.
Per una vacanza all'insegna del relax immersi nel tipico paesaggio della toscana.
CRISTINA E MATTEO, ALESSANDRA E MAURO, ELENA E GIORGIO
Amazing Villa in Tuscany!
This amazing villa is tucked away from the tourism of Tuscany. It's about a 20-mins train ride from Florence. The grounds are better than from "Under the Tuscan Sun"-- they are filled with olive groves and grape vines (plus some beautiful, potted lemon trees). It has a B&B feel with only a handful of rooms. The decor is gorgeous and simple. The food was delicious! We ate dinner at the Agriturismo every night of our stay. The food is made by the owners (husband and wife) and served with their own wine and olive oil. It's the perfect escape from the hustle & bustle of most vacations. I would be hard-pressed to stay anywhere else in Tuscany.
Great place to stay near Florence
I stayed 3 nights to the Agriturismo Savernano with my hausband and our 3 small children.
I contacted directly the owner Davide he was very kind and very helpful.
The farm is very quiet and just renovated with a large swimming pool.
Our room was confortable, very clean and there is a shower with a very good pressure of the hot water.
From Figline, 7 kilometres from the Savernano Farm, you can catch the train and in 20 minutes you will arrive to Florence. Santa Maria Novella Station.
If you like to have dinner here it's possible to book it after breakfast every morning . The food is very simply but fresh and very good cooked from Davide's wife The price is very low ( about 15,00 euro per person).
If you want a great and relaxand stay you must book this place.
Loved this B&B
If you are going to florence, italy and you are planning to stay in a B&B in tuscany, this is the place you must go. Located in Vaggio, about 30 mins drive from florence city centre and near to The Mall factory outlet, this is the best B&B we have been to. Situated on a hill top in vaggio, it is a little difficult to find (cos there are no signage from the main road) but it is definitely worth the effort.
The scenery is fantastic and there is even a good size swimming pool. My three year old was really thrilled. Unfortunately, the water is a little too cold for her to swim. David, the owner of the place is really friendly and helpful. He is very happy to give you a tour of his estate and wine making room if you asked.
David's wife is a very good cook. You can arrange to have dinner at the B&B if you don't wish to drive out. They also served the most sumptous breakfast amongst all the places I have stayed in italy.
For those who wished to explore florence and the tuscany region in Italy, you should make this place the main camp. To book, go to its website(--)
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... of Botticelli, da Vinci, and Micheangelo. It's one thing having repeatedly seen their work in school books and an entirely different thing to see them in person. I was so glad Mark was busy with the audio tour I had downloaded for him so I didn't have to speak. How incredible that these treasures still exist. Just as we were about to exit the museum, a freakish dark cloud darkened the sky over the city and brought rain ...
... time to venture back to a spot we had been too earlier in the week for a cheeky rose (it was late morning!) before walking back to collect our bags and board the train. The train ride to Florence was only 90mins, enough time for me to work on a little of my blog, thank goodness! When I got off the train I immediately knew Florence was going to be amazing, the station was packed with people moving around and it just had a great vibe ...
... of coffee and that's it.
Then we packed up our lunch and went into Florence today. We took the bus just like the locals and did the Basilica of Santa Croce; which was very beautiful. The piazza outside this church was a little lacking in flowers and fountains compared to Assisi. The inside however was once again massive. I don't know how they managed to build these churches, but they did a wonderful job. Inside there were beautiful painting and ...
... still a ton of grapes on the vines. It's amazing with the undulating landscape how straight the rows are. Lunch was leisurely and delicious. It's not a big menu and since we go the same time every year...the same "seasonal" foods are available. Larry always likes the ricotta and spinach ravioli in butter sage sauce...I like ...
... He styled it a bit differently than I’m used to, but I imagine it will fall into place after my next shower. I suppose I shouldn’t have worried as according to the old saying “the only difference between a good haircut and a bad hair cut is two weeks”.
After that I walked directly to Icche Ce Ce, which was highly recommended both in the Guidebook and by a native Florentine on the HelpLine. The name means "What there is, there ...