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Pardini's Hermitage

Listed under Best Hotels in Tuscany, Italy.

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The Hotel Guru Review: This '50s villa set in beautiful gardens (only accessible by boat) makes a simple but idyllic island hideaway and a genuine retreat from modern life. Courses are offered in painting, yoga, pottery and cooking or you can just laze on the rocks in the sun. The three night minimum stay shouldn't be a problem; once here you'll never want to leave and you can choose between half or full board.

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