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Recent Arezzo Province reviews

  • Amazing! Beautiful! Fantastic! Love this place!

    "My Mother & I went to Cortona for our vacation and stayed at Le Mura Etrusche for a week---it was not long enough!!! This incredible apartment is a home away from home! Every little detail has been thought out for your comfort!!! Lucia & Patricia are so kind and generous and work so hard to make your stay a pleasant one! The surroundings are charming and green with magnificent views from the garden above. You will LOVE this place!"
    Guest: Kim G. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014
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  • Sansepolcro: a special place in Tuscany, near the Umbrian border

    "We enjoyed a 2 week stay in Sansepolcro, near Arezzo in Toscana. The apartment was ideal for a couple but it was also very spacious and so would comfortably accommodate more. We loved the garden, too, where we enjoyed many of our meals in the pleasant weather. May is a perfect time to visit Italy as the weather is usually warm but not too hot. Our hosts Louise and Franco were perfect hosts and were helpful in all respects. As we were without a car, Franco very kindly drove us into Arezzo for a day visit and to the bus stop when we were leaving. The local bus was reliable for visits to some small towns, notably a magnificent hill town called Anghiari which was a five minute bus ride from Sansepolcro. There is also a local train line that is quite close to the apartment which travels to Perugia(the capital of Umbria), with a few stops in between. Sansepolcro is a friendly town, with quite a few restaurants and bars. There are street markets on Tuesdays and Saturdays and there are still some alimentari in the Centro Storico which offer an authentic Italian shopping experience. If you want more variety in your shopping, there are three supermarkets within walking distance. Oh yes, and when you've had enough of "la dolce vita", there is an excellent museum which includes works by the artist Piero della Francesca,who was born in Sansepolcro. We highly recommend this apartment for a relaxing Italian holiday."
    Guest: kristine H. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: July 24, 2014
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  • Idyllic! a spacious home-from-home in a beautiful Tuscan village!

    "There were four of us: two adults, a child and a teenager! and because of that particular configuration, the first thing I want to emphasise is the spaciousness! Molly's place is absolutely beautiful but also much bigger than the photographs lead one to believe. We were all immensely comfortable: the living room is big, has high ceilings and is superbly comfortable but so is the kitchen and so are the bedrooms and the bathroom and the extra toilet! The big old walls of days-gone-by mean that sound doesn't travel from room to room. It's all very tastefully done up as can be seen in the photos, there are loads of beautiful objects picked up on travel trips or from local antique dealers I suppose. If we could buy a place in Tuscany (not going to happen!) we both agreed that we'd look in Monte San Savino! Why? because it's no more than ten minutes to the autoroute which means that you can go to loads of places without spending half the day getting there: the beautiful Tuscan roads are of course to die for, but they can also making getting from A to B difficult. We went to Arezzo, Cartona, Pienza, Florence and Lucignano, but we were suprised to realise that we could also have gone to Siena, Orvieto and Perugia! as well as ramble around the Chianti... But the other reason for our enthusiasm was that Monte San Savino is a beautiful Tuscan village that hasn't been transformed into a museum town, the way Pienza has for instance. And it's calm also. Monte San Savino still has a life of its own with a friendly atmosphere, there are friendly locals chatting away in the cafés, and we met and chatted with the owner of one of the lovely local restaurants (Le Bindi) and also with the owner of the local café, etc. The temperatures while we were there were surprisingly low (10 to 23 degrees celcius), so we lit a wonderful fire in the living room, which had the children extactic of course! Although the heating was top notch also, as it heated up the living room in a few minutes... I can't sign off without mentioning the fantastically big and comfortable bed!!! It must be king size or extra king size or whatever! in any case, we ADORED it! And finally thank you Molly! for an absolutely WONDERFUL holiday: it couldn't have been better! We want to come again!!!! xx O It's true as Molly points out that the big old stone staircases which connect the downstairs to the upstairs are probably not suitable for people with reduced mobility... Others will ADORE however!!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 26, 2014
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