Situated in the green and peaceful countryside of Tuscany’s Mugello Valley, and nearby (5 km/3 mi) Ferrari’s Mugello Circuit (Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello) which hosts the MotoGP, the apartment serves as a perfect starting point for day trips
“I spent my three weeks vacation with Alessandro & Fiorenzo. It was a gorgeous vacation in all respects. The place is wonderful to visit and discover both the Mugello beauties and Florence and its surroundings. The house is super-cozy and equipped for every need: internet, tv, a wide selection of books, brochures with information and directions to the Mugello, to enjoy your stay as desired every day. Also, the house is particularly spacious, very clean, the kitchen is stocked with utensils and everything you need. The house is located in a beautiful, quiet and very quiet place to enjoy the holidays in the best possible way, while allowing you to travel easily in any direction (about 20-25 minutes from the Barberino di Mugello toll booth). To be sure to go back for the next holidays. Fiorenzo and Alessandro were two present and very friendly hosts. A heartfelt thanks to your hospitality! Concluding, highly recommended !!!”
Abitazione posta nel verde del Mugello, piccola, confortevole, situata in una corte interna silenziosa. A 200 metri dalla stazione ferroviaria e al capolinea degli autobus. A trenta minuti da Firenze.
“It is difficult that I write reviews, I do it only if I have been very bad or very well, on this occasion I was more than fine, there was nothing that could be improved, it went far beyond my expectations, thank you very much Michela.”
Giotto Park Hotel, dimora storica di fine Ottocento, ha mantenuto fino ad oggi la sua architettura originale. Gli interni sono in stile classico, con alcuni elementi liberty e camini decorativi. La villa è unica nel suo genere, il luogo ideale per chi cerca di estraniarsi dalla confusione della città e ritemprarsi nella tranquillità della natura.
“The Giotto enters a century-old 'place of travel', in a wondrous world of big-lobbied, libraried, proper dining room, French doors, balconies, wooded site, stunning views. It is run with care by a host who truly values her guests. The area is loaded with terrific sites, not least the convent and now-extinct monastery. Everything was shear and unexpected delight.”