Posted Oct 2, 2011 on Hotels
The owners were very friendly and helpful. The room was clean. Our main complaint was that the bed was very hard and uncomfortable. Breakfast was nice. The restaurant was just OK for dinner. There isn't much to the tiny medieval town, but the hotel is connected to a medieval castle, which was kind of special. We ate one night at Osteria delle Crete, just down the street from the hotel and Chef Andrea made us a freshly prepared, delicious meal, and was very friendly and entertaining. The location of the hotel was good for touring Tuscany, but other towns might have more to do than San Giovanni d'Asso.