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Borgo Antico Casalbosco

Via Montalese 117, 51100, Pistoia Italy
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#6 of 54 Speciality lodging in Pistoia
Holiday houses in a medieval village Borgo Antico Casalbosco is located in a charming medieval estate, surrounded by hectares of vineyards and olive trees. It offers accommodations in cozy apartments of different type, one, two and three-roomed apartments with private entrances and double rooms, equipped with every comfort: parking, air conditioning, TV, telephone, bathroom with bathtub or shower and hairdryer, kitchenette, barbecue. The terracotta floors and exposed beams ceilings give the taste of Tuscan life that permeates this historic walls. The large garden permits a perfect relax and a panorama that sweeps from the hill to the town of Pistoia. The big swimming pool with very comfortable equipment ensures fresh and fun stays for adults and children. The estate is situated in the province of Pistoia, in the area of Santomato, ideally located to discover other pearls of Tuscany: Firenze is only 45 minutes by car as Pisa. The farm looks like an architectural welcoming complex which preserve an antique flavor, enriched by the most modern facilities of the holiday houses located in the central place of the estate. The vineyards that surround it are used each year to produce wine of the winery of the same name adjacent to the village.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool / beach towels
Breakfast available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
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Outdoor pool
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Air conditioning
Electric kettle
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Mountain view
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colette0411 wrote a review Jul 2019
Padua, Italy51 contributions33 helpful votes
Booked with their site a classic room. Site states minibar in room etc. Monolocale was also available and at a cheaper price but we opted for what we believed would give a little more service. So after waiting for someone to arrive... Be clear there us only someone in reception at very specific hours and after that there is no one.. We were taken to our room. Simple small... A bit smelly... But after I opebef windows and threw out the dirty baby diaper from the bathroom it improved. No minibar to be found. Went to reception who explained to me that I was wrong. I showed her my printed info from their site... She still explained how I was wrong and stated "we are not a hotel we only do apartments." Well silly me that prepaid to get a super discounted rated of 113 plus euro instead of the 85 euro for a monolocale because I thought there was more service. My advice... Positive for view. Pool fine but all seats were taken...with towels not with people. But quality price is not there. In fact we are staying in another attached place this evening that we rechecked in person and price is lower with better accommodations. So maybe for a week stay with lots of young kids (who were the most common guests at Casalbosco that we met) you can get a cheap price and since three is Noone around you xan party all night at the pool.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled on business
KristinaH wrote a review Oct 2018
Zurich, Switzerland273 contributions65 helpful votes
I stayed here with my husband for 3 nights while on our trip thru tuscany check in was very easy and quick- we stayed in the tower dependence with lots of stairs so if you cant do lots of stairs including your luggage I suggest to not book that room. The room however has a beautiful view overlooking the hills. its very spacious and clean. Cleaning supplies were left in our bathroom which I thought was a bit strange but otherwise everything was nice and soap and some shampoo is provided. There is a kitchenette available as well, no kettle unfortunately. I didnt actually realize when booking the place that they didnt have a restaurant as it looked like they did based on their pictures and seeing as they offer this location as a wedding location as well. So for dinner you either have to cook yourself or go out to places nearby. Breakfast is nice and eggs and bacon are made fresh to order which is very nice compared to luke warm scrambled eggs sitting on a buffet. The breakfast room is quaint, maybe some music would make it a bit more enjoyable. the pool area is beautiful and very clean. the pool actually being quite large and also lots of lounge chairs. We didnt see towels anywhere so we took ones from our room.. towels didnt really get replaced thruout our stay- this would have been nice to have. The staff is very friendly and full of suggestions of where to eat and go. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would probably stay here again if we traveled with a larger group and once their restaurant is open. The winery Casalbosco is excellent as well and we had a wine tasting there which was complimentary with our stay. Very interesting and lots of information and very good wine and vin santo. great value and great to take back home with you! Will definitely be ordering more when we get back. Thank you again
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Alexey P wrote a review Aug 2018
Samara, Russia51 contributions13 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night on our way to Florence. This hotel is located in very beautiful place on the top of the hill. It has great view to surroundings including Florence. Easy to find. Property has cool water pool which worked overnight (even if it was written, that it will be closed at 8pm). It has very convenient and big rooms. Convenient check in (we came late, when personnel left the hotel, however they left us keys from apartment). Cozy space for eating both inside the room and outside it. Calm and quiet atmosphere. Winery in the walking distance with not-so-bad wine. As for downside... It provides hugely expensive breakfast. There were a lot of mosquito around. We tried to have dinner outside, but were forced to go home and close all windows against mosquito. Right next to the hotel there is an abandoned house which looks exactly like in horror movies. My kids were afraid of it. Anyway we loved our stay there and would love to come back at some point
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
Justinefino wrote a review Jul 2018
Orlando94 contributions45 helpful votes
Disappointed as the air conditioning didn't work in July. Staff was nice but closed reception at 6:pm so if you needed anything you were out of luck. No food on premises and must go to grocery store if you want to have food. The winery was only open from 3-5 pm on random days
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Date of stay: July 2018
John W wrote a review Sep 2017
Columbus, Ohio4 contributions1 helpful vote
If you want peace & quiet - & want to enjoy some wine at the same time - this is the place. A group of us went to Tuscany, some stayed in the surrounding cities with its crowds, congestion, etc but spent more time with us in the countryside. The rooms are quaint or the 2-floor villa I stayed in are all great. There's a winery on the property so you don't even have to go to a store. There's an extremely friendly & cooperative staff who will do whatever necessary to make your stay enjoyable, esp. Ilaria, who will even cook you breakfast each day or grill your dinner for you out by the pool. Great value.
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Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Response from CASALBOSCO, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Borgo Antico Casalbosco
Responded 10 Sep 2017
Dear Mr Wagg, it was our greatest pleasure to have you as our guests. We really had a great time together and I do hope you will come back next here. It would be very nice to have the pics we took the last day ! A huge hug yours ilaria
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Frequently Asked Questions about Borgo Antico Casalbosco
Which popular attractions are close to Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Nearby attractions include Piazza del Duomo (6.5 km), Campanile del Duomo di Pistoia (6.5 km), and Cathedral of Saint Zeno (6.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Conveniently located restaurants include Fame Chimica, Nati Stanchi Enoteca, and BisteccaToscana.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Borgo Antico Casalbosco?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Church of San Francesco Pistoia (6.9 km), Chiesa di San Leone (6.5 km), and Palazzo Pretorio (6.5 km).