Friendly and helpful staff at Hotel Villa le Barone in Tuscany

March 5, 2012  |  Hotel

Guests find a friendly service and helpful staff at Hotel Villa le Barone, a charming country Hotel in the hills of Tuscany.

Many guests are returning year after year and are happy to recognize the same friendly faces. Rina and Barbara at the reception, with the help of Magali, are welcoming guests with a lovely smile. They are always  ready to supply information on what to do in the region, to make reservations in the museums or to organize  wine tastings as well as  to respond to any request guests might have.

Amira not only welcomes you at breakfast, but she also prepares, with fresh flowers of Villa le Barone’gardens, the beautiful bouquets in the reception, in the various lounges and In the bedrooms. Mirella, Anna, Lucia, Dritta  make sure that your room is perfectly clean and Loretta will prepare it for the night. Giulia, In charge of the restaurant, is setting the appetizing buffet table and all the fresh flowers bouquets in the dining room. With the help of Francesca and Niccolò, she makes herself helpful by guiding the guests in choosing the wines that best fit their choice In the menu.

In the kitchen, Fernanda and Edi, with the help of Gioere are busy cooking the delicious traditional cuisine that will be peacefully savoured  either on the terrace or in the restaurant. Fernanda is happy to share her recipes during the cooking courses. Andrea and Artim, the two  gardeners trim the hedges, take care of the flowers, of the many fruit trees and of the lawns.

Corso and Jacqueline, Villa le Barone’s owners, will always be happy to have a chat with you, and if you are interested, to tell you the history of the Villa and of the family.  As one of our guests wrote on Trip Advisor “this lovely old historic Villa continues to delight guests in the future, without ever compromising the charm of the surroundings or the genuine warmth of the welcome’

Book now to enjoy the  friendly, helpful service and atmosphere  of Hotel Villa le Barone! 


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