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Only spent 3 nights at Borgo Di Alica, but I wished I could have stayed longer. The beds were comfortable and the property was clean. The view from our apartment was fantastic .Everything in the property worked ok and there was even a dish washer...More
Accommodation needs proper cleaners so facilities are better at arrival. Satellite TV needs a TV to work! No TV in room and told satellite channels not good. Shower room floor was grubby and cleaned up when I put a little effort in. Need car as...More
Response from borgodialica, Proprietario at Borgo di AlicaResponded 30 August 2017
Dear Mr. Paul
Your wife can tell you that we had proposed bringing the TV right away to your apartment. She replied that she would had ask you, but she also said, to have not the television available, would been an occasion to have again...More
We had a great stay at Borgo di Alica during 5 nights. The owners are very nice, we really felt like home. The beds were very comfortable and the surroundings quiet and warm.
Unfortunately, we travelled in mid October -the weather was not so great...More
It was a thoroughly enjoyable stay at very welcoming hosts.
We enjoyed our vacation to the fullest
and can recommend this accommodation truly.
There is a nice pool but unfortunately no air conditioning.
We hope it will be installed soon.
Clara and Roberto are very...More
We stayed two weeks in this wonderful place. We were 16 persons all together in four appartments in the main house. The hosts, Roberto and Clara were very helpful, and we got plenty of good tips for our daily trips. The wine that they make...More
Apartments with pool in Alica, in a strategic position in the center of Tuscany. Two structures are available for guests: the first, comprising 4 apartments, elegantly renovated, in an old palace of the sixteenth century; the second is a residence dating from the twelfth century; in the past it was a rectory.