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Castello Di Casole - Casole d'Elsa Hotels
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Castello Di Casole

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Loved the hotel ... The staff and wait staff were over the top warm, friendly and profession
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Situated in a rural location, this luxury hotel is 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from Archeological and Collegiate Church Museum and within …More
Relais la Costa - Dimora Storica - Monteriggioni Hotels
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Relais la Costa - Dimora Storica

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"Fabulous location in the hills above Siena"
A fabulous renovated property overlooking Siena. The views were amazing, the property beautiful, the rooms immaculate. It is difficult to say what made our stay so wonderful - the views, the property, the location? All were fabulous but on top of all this was a small team of amazing staff. All were extremely welcoming, with nothing being too much trouble. And then there was the food - absolutely fantastic - from breakfast through to lunch through to dinner - truly delicious, exceptional tastes of Italy. Thank you to everyone at La Costa for a wonderful week.
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Located in the historical district, this family-friendly apartment is within 6 mi (10 km) of Siena Stadium, San Leonardo al …More

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    The River Elsa cuts northwards from its source in the hills west of Siena before joining the Arno. Colle di Val d’Elsa is the main centre along its Sienese upper reaches, noted for its glass industry. Some 95 percent of Italy’s lead crystal hails from here, and the lower town is crammed with shops selling its wares. The upper town is set along a winding ridge, and full of historic interest. Several museums showcase Etruscan and Sienese art.

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