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Casprini Da Omero

Passo dei Pecorai means Pass of the shepherds. It's a Etruscan place situated in a strategic place to visit Tuscany. It's easy to arrive, it's easy to go. The main street (SR2-SP3-SP222), which pass trough the village it was built as a railway connecting Florence to Greve in Chianti in 1870. In 1920 the railway was removed and it remains the straighter, the larger and the fastest way to arrive in Chianti. The Residence and "B&B" it's in part in the original house dating back at XVI century. Obviously spaces sometimes are limited or strange compared to new apartments or new rooms in a new building but this is the charm of old houses. At the moment you can find any solution for you: families with children, couples, singles, group of friends, bikers and even for handicapped. From normal rooms to small or large apartments completely furnished of linen, towels. (sponge for professional use, washed and air-dried here), forks, knives and so on. Beds and mattress are orthopaedic and usually large 85cm instead the more common 80cm. More comfortable. Rooms and apartments are furnished with original period furnishings restored and complemented by the modern style. The beds in wrought iron, terracotta floor and every time we find a unique piece, we integrate the furnishings. All apartments have independent boilers for heating and hot water. Each two rooms, the same. For any problem we'd never be totally without solution and not even you. We can change your room or apartment and we can work to fix without disturbing. All apartments and rooms have independent entrances so you free to came back even late at night. On the back side of the building there is a garden large about 7000mq, with tables, chairs and pool. Feel free to help yourself to find your better place and no service will be charged. Easy, simple and not expensive. Usually we do not need air condition but in all accommodations you will find fans Like all places closed to a river, in winter is cold humid, in summer, nights, are fresh and not conditioned by cement or asphalt as it happens in Florence for example. Degrees can be less than 10°C compared from down town. Really fantastic. Write down "Passo dei Pecorai" on your gps and you will arrive at the entrance. To be a historic place has some vantages as to be a geographic location. The village is well connected with Florence downtown by public transportation on working days, from Monday to Saturday included. You can leave your own car here and visit the city without problem of parking, including costs or traffic. Easy to reach all the touristic centres of Tuscany in maximum 1-1:30hr with your own car. Close by, there is our restaurant run by Casprini's since 1913. We prepare even jam for breakfast. Mostly of things are home-made including part of the starters and desserts. We have a marvellous collection of 32000 bottles of Chianti since 1911 and some important whisky bottles. Take a taste if you are gourmet. The hours are: - For breakfast: 08:00 to 10:30, - For lunch: 12:00-14:00, - For dinner: 19:00-21:30 (winter) 19:00 to 22:00 (summer). - Restaurant is closed on Wednesday For any needing do not hesitate to ask and welcome aboard. Glad to help everybody but the usual Tuscan, sarcastic style.
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Free Parking
Wheelchair Access
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Breakfast included
Non-Smoking Hotel
Outdoor pool
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
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Peretola Airport22 km
Gal Galilei Airport72 km
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

Budget accomodation, simple but excellent value for money. Beds comfy enough. The room was very clean. On the whole would well recommend. Did not use the restaurant, maybe next time. Loved Greve & Panzano

Date of stay: April 2016
Thank Patrick01972
Reviewed 17 August 2015 via mobile

I know it was budget accommodation and I didn't expect anything better. The room was simple but then again clean fair enough for the priced I payed. The staff/ owners were nice enough even if I felt they hate the job they had to do....More

Date of stay: August 2015
2  Thank astawosz
Response from Bibi_solo, Proprietario at Casprini Da OmeroResponded 30 October 2015
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No signora non è strano e non siamo arrabbiati per il lavoro. Siamo arrabbiati per i funerali. Incluso papà sono...More

Reviewed 22 July 2014

It was a night that we spendotel in this hotel. The hotel doesn't have WIFI, but the rooms are good and correct taking into account the price and the services you get. I can recommend for short stays. Good breakfast also.

Date of stay: July 2014
Thank chrisdior2611
Response from Casprinidaomero, Proprietario at Casprini Da OmeroResponded 7 May 2015
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Adesso lo wifi c''è e va pure forte :) Grazie :)

Reviewed 6 November 2013

Slept there last week end with family, nice location, not too far from Florence and very close to Greve in Chianti. The place looks a bit old, but it's clean, except for some smell of cigarette in some rooms.. Service is variable, breakfast is great,...More

Date of stay: November 2013
Thank R S
Reviewed 25 May 2013 via mobile

We stayed here just over a week ago and it was our first experience of Italian hospitality. As we were cycling around Tuscanny we had a flat tyre so lucca took us into Greve the next day to fix , this place is a bit...More

Date of stay: May 2013
1  Thank Floydsma
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"Ask for a room that looks over the back garden over the pergola."
18 May 2012
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"Check the room plans on the website and book online"
19 Jul 2011
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US$47 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTuscanyProvince of FlorenceGreve in Chianti
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