No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
TripAdvisor Reviews Anghiari Hotel
Travel Blogs from Anghiari
... the front of the bus to get off at the next stop. I've got to include this amazing castle town in my Superhike. By the time the bus stops I'm at the bottom of the mountain, so I have to walk up a steep, perfectly straight alleys that starts up in the town, and pierces like an arrow all the way across the valley. At the top I hurry to find a spot to capture the image of the castle and the valley below in one picture before dusk sets in. It's not that easy--I have to ...
... for little bread. Of course, the Prosecco and vino rosa were flowing freely, followed by a lovely Vinsanto and Grappa. (I behaved myself, but did sleep soundly.) There were 7 guests plus the 3 of us. Conversation was non-stop and lively. Mostly Italian with a little English thrown in. I understood some of the words, so was able to get a few of ...
... there we walked along the ridge and visited a small cemetery.
I promised Kaela a swim after our walk. Yes, the water was just as frigid as the day before, but it is a beautiful pool to swim in. Kaela didn’t last long but I was determined to swim laps for 10-minutes.
We prepared a lunch of cured meats, ...
... bridge. Trevor and I considered it thoroughly, he threw rocks at it to see if it would fall, but then in the end we chickened out.. It really wasn't that exciting of a fallen tree bridge anyway.
The hours passed and passed and eventually we got to the top of a hill and started walking along the top, much like that shot from LOTR, but there was no snow. Magically (also like LOTR) we found this little hidden field where we promptly ...
... Even in November. I got myself stuck in a queue for over an hour just to see the David. Only, then, to discover that the herds of tourists thin in the afternoon. Another hour lost to clueless ness. Thankfully about 90 percent of the line spoke English, so despite feeling as if I was touring through the US, it was good to be ...