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    Wonderful! 4.9/5
    (35 reviews)
    $70
    avg/night
    • 1 BR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    Multiple rentals Cottage #19894
    35
    Viewed 7 times in the last 48 hours
      Exceptional! 5.0/5
      (11 reviews)
      $97
      avg/night
      • 2 BR
      • 1 BA
      • Sleeps 4
      Cottage #1207142
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        Excellent! 4.7/5
        (6 reviews)
        avg/night
        • 1 BR
        • 1 BA
        • Sleeps 2
        Cottage #613396a
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          • 1 BR
          • 1 BA
          • Sleeps 4
          Cottage #1324428
          5
            Exceptional! 5.0/5
            (5 reviews)
            avg/night
            • 2 BR
            • 2 BA
            • Sleeps 5
            Cottage #404807vb
            5
              • 5 BR
              • 2 BA
              • 1 HF BA
              • Sleeps 9
              Cottage #1769038
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              Viewed 5 times in the last 48 hours
                Excellent! 4.7/5
                (7 reviews)
                $70
                avg/night
                • 1 BR
                • 1 BA
                • Sleeps 2
                Cottage #575122vb
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                Recent Italy Reviews

                Meet your new Italian family

                5 of 5
                At first glance of the reviews, this b&b seemed to good to be true. It definitely lived up to all the hype and much, much more. Andrea and Lucia are incredibly sweet, kind and wonderfully caring and attentive hosts. Their home is so beautiful and has some of the most amazing views in Tuscany. It makes the drive there worth it. When driving to their home, you'll notice the amazing Tuscan views of the olive trees and vineyards in a 360 view. Upon reaching the mailboxes on the road to their home in Tavarnelle, you'll most likely be greeted by Andrea who paitiently waits with excitement for his guests to arrive or looking for his adorable dogs Pascha and Luna. They are just perfect. We loved that you immediately feel immersed in italian culture in this area. Their home is wonderful; you hear the roosters in the morning from your second floor room window. The room is perfectly sized, beautifully decorated and very cozy. The bathroom is better than a five star hotel. The dinner they cooked for us was incredible and we were given a perfect Italian breakfast each morning. We had no issues communicating with them, even considering that we don't speak Italian. Their home is nearby other smaller towns and any winery you'd want to visit (we recommend Poggio al Bosco family owned). Bottom line, this is the best VRBO we have ever stayed in and we would recommend it to everyone. We loved meeting and getting to know you both, Andrea and Lucia. We hope to see you soon again!
                • Submitted: Nov 10, 2016
                • Stayed: Oct 2016

                We rented a home (Marzari) through Belvilla In Predazzo Italy and the home was b ...

                5 of 5
                We rented a home (Marzari) through Belvilla In Predazzo Italy and the home was by far more impressive in real life than the pictures. The owners of the property were extremely accommodating and assisted us instantly when we had questions. We would go back without hesitation.
                • Submitted: Jun 27, 2016
                • Stayed: Jun 2016

                Aanrijdend one mountain at 120 meters altitude with steep bits, we arrived in a ...

                4 of 5
                Aanrijdend one mountain at 120 meters altitude with steep bits, we arrived in a tiny hamlet with about 20 houses and a beautiful church in 1100. So there you could by car, then walking straight up to the cottage, the last in the hamlet, so quiet. From there, some nice things done. Stresa is very nice, even chic to mention. The town Mergozzo yielded even a real beer cafe, with all Belgian beers, you do not expect it ... Even a trip to the Orthameer is very nice, because we made a nice mtbtocht. The supermarket Ibercoop is really as "a mega case, the Tigros is much nicer and more authentic. The cottage was primitive, with a nice bathroom and a lovely covered seating area. During a storm lovely to sit outside. Anyway All in all a nice had a holiday, only downside is that you do not actually go down the mountain without a car, unless you are very sporty.
                • Submitted: Jul 6, 2014
                • Stayed: Jun 2014