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Tuscany in a nutshell: San Gimignano and the Hotel Pescille

Friday, April 12th, 2013

Are you looking to get away from your fast paced life and spent some time Under the Tuscan Sun? Read this before you plan your next trip.

The Town of Five Towers
San Gimignano or the Town of Five Towers is a small, walled medieval hill town in Tuscany. In addition to the 14 towers that have survived to the present day, San Gimignano houses artwork from the 14th and 15th century Italian masters. It is famous for its white wine Vernaccia di San Gimignano and for the historical centre that has been awarded the tag of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Hotel Pescille San GimignanoHotel Pescille in San Gimignano, Italy

Enjoying your stay
Hotel Pescille is a three star inn strategically located among the hills of Tuscan. It is isolated enough to give you a rare opportunity to enjoy the peaceful countryside and yet is connected to the rest of the world. Visitors have easy access to the nearest village that is three km away from the hotel site. You can make quick day trips from Hotel Pescille to restaurants and shops at nearby Florence, Chianti and Siena.

Hotel Pescille and its attractions
The inn is located in one of the ancient towers, a bonus for history lovers. It houses a small agriculture themed museum and a terrace garden. Hotel Pescille provides its guests with modern amenities that includes a swimming pool, an outdoor spa, a tennis court, a dedicated shopping area and wireless internet connection. Free parking, luggage storage and breakfasts are the other benefits.

The opinion of guests
Pescille Hotel has a lot of positive reviews from guests. See them on the hotel page

Most of them were pleased with the spacious and furnished rooms and the room views offered, that of the Tuscany countryside or the inn’s garden.
The hotel property and the garden both scored brownie points for their clean look with the staff receiving special praise. The guests have rated the food and the service as excellent. They enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and the wines. Many enjoyed the garden walks as much as the walks through the hotel interiors.

To know more and to book your stay, visit the Tuscany page on our website!


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