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I really don’t want to tell anyone about this gem, rather keeping it for friends and family, but the sense of euphoria that Querceto has left me with compels me to recommend it to you. Simple, well equipped apartments amongst the permanent residents in this...More
1 Thank Rustam S
Response from Cristina S, Proprietario at Castello Ginori di QuercetoResponded 22 August 2018
wonderful words from a wonderful person! It was a real pleasure to meet you and your nice family. I cannot tell you how much it means to us when our guests apreciate "our" Querceto, its community and its atmosphere.
Grazie mille to you...More
5 nights difficult to forget, a great service from Anna, very charming village, an excellent restaurant, a good shop to buy Tuscany excellent food, a pool with a view and very good to swim, a place with soul and very good energy ! I definitely...More
1 Thank joaocouto
Response from Cristina S, Proprietario at Castello Ginori di QuercetoResponded 15 September 2017
Dear Joao, it is a great pleasure to receive your lovely review about our hamlet! Thank you for your compliments towards Anna and our staff, always keen on offering our guests a unique hospitality experience.
Warm greetings from all of us! See you next time!...More
Great location - you do not need to look for nice places to visit in Tuscany, you simply stay and live in one. This castle village had everything we needed - tasteful restaurant, small bar for "cornetti" and even a perfect grocery shop. Wonderful pool...More
Thank Peter G
Response from Cristina S, Proprietario at Castello Ginori di QuercetoResponded 13 September 2016
it is a true delight to receive your wam words of appreciation of our lovely hamlet. Grazie mille!
We do hope we will have the chance to welcome you back in the future... obviously with a glass of red wine "Macchion del Lupo"!...More
The setting was really like a fairy tale. The staff was competent and very friendly, spoke English beautifully, a huge help even though I do my best to speak a bit of Italian. The rooms were on the cooler side in April, but lovely for...More
Response from Cristina S, Direttore generale at Castello Ginori di QuercetoResponded 11 July 2016
we can't thank you enough for your great feedback about us!
My team and I are delighted to learn that you loved our tiny hamlet, its quietness, its "fairy tale atmosphere" and the restaurant la Locanda del Sole.
Guests' satisfaction is our best...More
A beautiful and relaxed place to stay. The residents and our hostess Anna were very friendly and helpful. We stayed at the Bartoli appartment which has a lovely roof terrace with an amazing view over Tuscany. Most amazing place for breakfast, dinner or to have...More
Thank Marc H
Response from Cristina S, Proprietario at Castello Ginori di QuercetoResponded 15 July 2015
thank you for your lovely review. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay at Querceto in the apartment Bartoli: you are right… its terrace has such a wonderful view on the Cecina Valley! We are glad that you apreciated also beds and...More
Querceto, with the Ginori Castle, is a secluded and ancient village in Tuscany, not far from the Etruscan town of Volterra, surrounded by woods and typical Mediterranean scrub. This delightful "borgo" is ideal for a peaceful and restful holiday and for all those who love nature. Beautiful and world known sites as Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Florence, San Gimignano, Massa Marittima, Bolgheri are within driving distance, as other less known but equally charming spots of the Tuscan countryside; the seaside is only a 20 minutes away.
Suites, Family Rooms, Kitchenette, Non-Smoking Rooms
Number of rooms
US$73 - US$128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTuscanyProvince of PisaMontecatini Val di CecinaPonteginori
We stayed in Riccardo, which was lovely: a West-facing double bedroom and sitting room. The kitchen was east facing and a bit dark, as is the twin bedroom... but you spend most of the time outdoors or having a siesta! We... More
We stayed in Riccardo, which was lovely: a West-facing double bedroom and sitting room. The kitchen was east facing and a bit dark, as is the twin bedroom... but you spend most of the time outdoors or having a siesta! We travelled by car, so I don’t know about trains I’m afraid.
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"Bartoli appartment has its own roof terrace with an amazing view over Tuscany"