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When you read my review, you might think I was paid to write it, but the truth is that I simply had such a great time in this place I needed a few months to sum up the words to describe just how amazing it...More
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Response from Terenzio45, Direttore at Relais OrtagliaResponded 1 December 2017
thank you for your super kind words. You and Elena are the best guests anyone could ever ask for. We hope to see you soon!
Francesca & Nicola
Can't say enough good things! Went Sept 9-13 and stayed in San Donato suite which was excellent. It has a small balcony that is perfect for sharing a bottle of Ortaglia wine and taking in the view. The house and grounds were just great and...More
We visited Ortaglia in late June for a much needed getaway. It was like a dream! I wanted uproot myself and stay there forever. I miss opening my window in the morning and taking in the beautiful views and the fresh Tuscan air. I miss...More
We arrived to Tuscany from Florence. Nicola picked us up from the train station and quickly informed us of how much we would be missing without transportation. Upon his recommendation we rented e-bikes to tour the countryside or Tuscany, which was such a good call!...More
If you want the real experience of a working winery and great hosts than look no further. We were traveling through Italy in the month of April and Tuscany was a place that we had to see. When we arrived Nicola and Francesca greeted us...More
We stayed here in August, and didn't rent a car. We decided to rent e-bikes, which were dropped off at Ortaglia for us, and we rode them through a couple towns. Multepulciano looks farther than it really is, we took the... More
We stayed here in August, and didn't rent a car. We decided to rent e-bikes, which were dropped off at Ortaglia for us, and we rode them through a couple towns. Multepulciano looks farther than it really is, we took the bikes there as well for dinner, and it took like 10 minutes. The e-bikes were great for helping us up those steep hills. It was fantastic. You could probably walk too it would take a bit longer but still easily done.
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"San Donato was more expensive, but worth it. Also stayed in Poggiolo which was really nice as well."