Ideally positioned for hassle free touring of this beautiful part of Tuscany. Terraced garden, boasting views of colours, rolling hills and sunsets. Set inside a 17th century villa on the ground floor along a quiet, private street. Typical Tuscan
Apartment size : 70 sq metres. The apartment keeps nice and cool in the summer months and keeps the warmth in the winter, without having to have the heating on constantly.
The fireplace has been chimney swept in Nov 2016, it works well and creates a lovely atmosphere and warmth in the winter months. Firewood supplied.
The sofa/daybed in the living room converts to a single bed making a total of 4 beds for up to 5 people if required.
Accès des voyageurs
Parking space in front of the villa. Private terrace garden with sun loungers, outdoor dining and barbque.
There is an information book for guests in the apartment with a lot of local advice for places to visit, things to see, including maps and guidebooks. Toys & games for children provided.Smart TV, CD & DVD player with collection of DVDs and CDs. Sun Loungers & Bar b que in garden.
Winter times , Radiator heating (Extra cost Euro 1 per unit) and fireplace (extra cost for firewood please order if required E30 for a large basket plus fire starter kit).
Please respect the apartment and treat it well.
We ask a security deposit of E135 on arrival to ensure against damages which may occur during your stay. We ask that you leave the apartment in a respectful state on your leaving day. Your deposit will then be returned to you if nothing has been broken.
Please call me if you need anything or have any problems during your stay, I want to ensure that you are enjoying your stay.
The owners live 5 mins away from the property. They are happy to provide information about Tuscany, especially the local area and help with anything you may need during your stay.
I love Tuscany, it's beauty, language, history and especially the Tuscan lifestyle and its people. I used to travel extensively in Europe and am now very happy to be able to offer my accommodation to fellow travelers who are here to see this part of the World.
5 things that I can't live without: Good Chianti wine and olive oil, Tuscan sunsets, bruschetta and meeting people from all ends of the planet.