Messages we received

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What our previous guests wrote about Bindozzino Agritourism and their holiday experience in the Val d'Orcia region

Prior to the wide-spread use of hotel review websites like TripAdvisor or social networks like Facebook it was common to get customers' feedback via email. Here are a few ones in English language.

"We came back to Rome with the desire to visit again. Bindozzino is a magic place for the delightful atmosphere, the superb natural setting, and the hospitality of Zaira, truly a unique host. We spent there Easter, experiencing a sense of warmth and flavors we thought were lost, being cuddled by the spontaneous approach of Zaira, her husband Pasquino and son Fabrizio. Thanks for your kindness and helpfulness. We shall soon come to visit you, as you have a place in our hearts."

Loredana, Corrado and children, Rome (Easter 2013)
[translated from Italian]
"Fabulous place, run by gentle Zaira, her husband and son."

Antonella, Bologna, Italy (October 2012)
[translated from Italian]
An enchanting place tucked away in the calm of fantastic Tuscany!"

Claudia, Rome, Italy (February 2012)
[translated from Italian]
"We spent five nights at Bindozzino in May 2010 and it was a restful experience. Zaira, her husband and two dogs were a delight. We will never forget our experience there."

Linda and Harry, San Francisco, US (May 2010)
"After a very hospitable reception from the managing couple (very friendly and helpful people) of Bindozzino, we completely relaxed in an authentic Tuscan environment. A stunning view from the top of the mountain, watching over the valley from the olive grove / vineyard and seeing the sun coming up resp. going down from the bedroom. Around the beautiful Tuscan house there are many sitting areas where you can nestle to enjoy the quiet and the pretty landscape. Around are various small picturesque villages to visit and where you can enjoy the pure Italian kitchen and wines, all for a pretty small price. Very authentic, this also means that around here only Italian is spoken and people do not understand any foreign language. There are practically no other Dutch tourists around here. But in the near city of Siena, very much worth a visit, it’s a different story."

Dirk Jan and Ingrid, The Hague, The Netherlands (July 2009)
[translated from Dutch]
"Dear Zaira and Pasquino, thank you for a lovely vacation at Bindozzino and for a delicious breakfast at your home. We enjoyed our stay in Tuscany. I hope to return to Italy soon. I hope to see you then. Thanks for your hospitality."

Sue Todd, US (October 2008)