Romitorio or Il Cellese

Herbie Tan

New member
Hi all, If one had to really choose.. which would be better? It is a one week stay for my wife & I .
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The Tuscan Expert ;-)
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That's a hard question, as they are both very close to each other and are both really nice places to stay at.

I'll put the links to both, for anyone else curious to see them:

I'd say the main difference is just the ambiance - one is a bit more rustic in terms of decor, the other mixes traditional with modern elements. But other than that, they both offer apartments by the week, a restaurant for guests, wine and great views so you can't go wrong with either!