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If you want a break from the big cities this is it. At times our other guest were always out when we returned in the mid-afternoon, so it sometimes felt like are own place.
Wait to go to dinner after the sunset if you can,...More
Traveling with two other couples, we booked the 4 bedroom B&B accommodations at La Foce for four nights and it was the highlight of our two weeks in Italy. The building was beautiful and the view from our lawn and pool was to die for....More
My Husband & I held our wedding at the breathtaking Villa La Foce on Saturday May 31st, 2014. We really wanted to hold a wedding that reflected us perfectly as a couple - we envisioned something elegant & classic, yet rustic & relaxed - &...More
we stayed in The Palazolo and couldn't be more pleased. From check in to check out this property is perfection. You could not ask for better service, location, amenities. We had a very nice woman at the front desk who answered all of our questions...More
Beautiful setting. Rooms large, comfortable, and quiet. Fantastic view of Tuscan countryside right out our window. We only stayed one night but this would be a great place to spend several days while touring the area. We stayed in the Pallazzo (not sure of spelling)...More
How wonderful to plan Christmas 2016 at La Foce! I was there with friends for the month of September 2015 (in the beautiful Gonzola restored farmhouse) and it was fabulous. The Val D'Orcia is so gorgeous... More
How wonderful to plan Christmas 2016 at La Foce! I was there with friends for the month of September 2015 (in the beautiful Gonzola restored farmhouse) and it was fabulous. The Val D'Orcia is so gorgeous ... and unspoiled by any commercial development - it's like driving through the pages of a Tuscan calendar. I'd suggest asking Benedetta Isidori, the rental manager at La Foce, your questions about the weather and garden tour. She will respond promptly. As for the drive from the Chiusi train station to La Foce, I'd suggest renting a car with an excellent GPS & you won't have a problem. Our GPS wasn't so good and we got a bit lost the first time we made that little trip! Be sure to plan a lunch or two at La Porta (in nearby Monticchiello) and dinner at Dopolavoro (on the La Foce estate). The Wednesday morning cooking classes with Anna & Sabriba were outstanding. The Abbey at Sant'Altimo was also one of our favorite day trips. Happy travels, Laurette