Ultimo Mulino Country Hotel

Address: La Ripresa di Vistarenni, Gaiole in Chianti, Tuscany, 53013, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on La Ripresa di Vistarenni, Gaiole in Chianti, is near Castello di Brolio, Castello di Meleto, Castello di Volpaia, and Azienda Agricola Poggioantinora.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TravelPod Member ReviewsUltimo Mulino Country Hotel Gaiole in Chianti

          Reviewed by hayse-eurotrip

          Heaven in Chianti

          Reviewed Jun 11, 2015
          by (4 reviews) Seville East , Australia Flag of Australia

          Blissfully quiet, lovely room, great staff and gorgeous location

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ultimo Mulino Country Hotel Gaiole in Chianti

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Gaiole in Chianti

          Drowned rats

          A travel blog entry by renebabin on Apr 28, 2014

          It's the morning after our first ride. Sorry no pictures from the ride, I don't think you would see much in the picture as the bucket sized rain drops would have blurred the picture. Ok maybe that's a little to wet, but about equal to the heavy rains we had last week in PR. All the 14 guest were in by 3:30, and our intent was to start at 5, but that was when the heaviest of rain decided to unleash its torrential buckets with a little hail mixed in. Most of us headed out ...


          A travel blog entry by sandemac on Nov 23, 2013

          ... as other towns. We went to a hole in the wall lunch bar for a panini with meat and mustard. We returned back to the hotel for a rest before going out to a pizza place that was recommended by the lady from the hotel. We were looking forward to the pizza, but it was over cooked and dry. The waiter had good English and was funny. We went back go the hotel for an early ...

          What Girl Doesn't Want to See a Palace?

          A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jun 29, 2013

          1 comment, 76 photos

          ... for a white wine. He offered to me a wine that was so delicious and refreshing, from North Eastern Italy. I just relaxed and enjoyed. I was halfway thinking about staying to have some lunch since it smelled so good, I was a bit hungry, and it was so nice in there. All of a sudden, the bartender brought out to me this most delicious small plate of bread, cheeses and homemade pickled onions. It was SO good. Then, he gave me another glass of ...

          Veni, vidi, Medici

          A travel blog entry by miles_to_go on Oct 26, 2012

          9 photos

          ... As the afternoon came to an end, the cold front moving through the city started to become a real factor. Temperatures dropped. The steady drizzle turned to a pouring rain. Being the sensible women we are (and, also, since we were wearing cloth shoes that weren't exactly suited to puddles), we moved back to the Hotel Lorena. Did I mention how awesome our hotel was? Not only did our room look out over the bustling Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini, but it had not ...

          A day and night in Chianti

          A travel blog entry by robertiz on Oct 03, 2012

          ... castle mound. We had to stop for oxygen every 50 meters. We thought we had climbed before but that was nothing compared to this. This climb was on purpose indeed seeing as how this castle guarded the southern boarder of Florence from the Sienese. We walked the ramparts and took pictures from the castle walls, the same views that knights had of the area and the oncoming onslaught of the Aragonese in 1472. The castle was leveled and under Sienese control ...