How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Montefili Greve
Travel Blogs from Greve
... their little ones off to school again this morning. A couple cappuccinos and espresso later, we had a lovely walk around town and ended up at the mercado, the market. We required some sustenance to get us through our lazy day, so we struggled to find some dip, deli meat, and crackers. As Kyle so obviously and frustratingly pointed out, "It's all in Italian!" We managed and made the long and very steep trek back to our ...
... wouldn't follow Kens directions as he thought he knew better, got lost, was scared of the big nasty autostrada and Piggy Bonsy and had to stop at a garage. Got out map, it's about 7:00 pm and we left about 9:00am so we both tired. Poor Steve gets so worked up when he gets confused with Ken and maps, best to leave him alone and not to offer advice till he feels better, other wise we hate each other for another 12 hours. ...
... renovated into a self contained, two apartment cottage. Our one is for paying guests, the adjoining one is where Simone and Katya and son Adriana live.
We have a garden with herbs and strawberries, stocked with their own olive oil and local wines. So so gorgeous. The plan is to stay here , Steve rents a motor bike for a few days and we do some rides around the local area, and two days in Florence.
Started the day with our breakfast we bought, ...
... we stayed at in Venice. So we were hoping for a similar party atmosphere and fun pool area. Unfortunately the campground was much more low key, there was no pool or bar, there was no electricity in our tent, the toilet blocks were below average and worst of all our Italian pasta we ordered at the restaurant there was really terrible. We settled into the campground on our first night, preparing for a big night by buying a cheap bottle of vodka, ...
... literally 'big salad’) shrimp & asparagus pasta and tortellini. Walk up to the local piazza and to the most incredible butchers you have ever seen – roof and walls lined with different cuts of meat and preserves (a vegetarians worst nightmare haha). Wander around the shop with its different smells, wine cellar, underground cheese ...