Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Siena > Chiusdino
Free High-Speed Internet Free Parking Children Activities Pets Allowed Swimming Pool
Ranked #3 of 13 Speciality lodging in Chiusdino
Price range (per night): RM365 - 991
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on a hillside among woods and olive groves, the agriturismo offers a splendid view of the surrounding nature. It comprises three large self-contained apartments which can sleep up to a maximum of 11 guests.The "Casa Ada" apartment used to be the farmer’s house and now comprises a large kitchen with electric stove and oven, a living room, a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, a bathroom with shower box and hairdryer. The apartment offers autonomous central heating and boasts ceilings with beams and a large fireplace in the living room. Outside the very large yard can be used by the guests and is complete with wooden garden furniture. The "Casa Gualdi" apartment has been created by restoring what used to be the stables, the cheese-ripening room and where the cart used to be kept. Today this apartment boasts a large living room with fireplace, a kitchenette with electric stove and oven, two double rooms and a bathroom – in which the shelves where the cheese used to be stored to ripen are still visible – with a shower box and a hairdryer. The apartment offers autonomous central heating. The outdoor area is furnished with wooden garden furniture for outdoors relax. The "Casa Erina" apartment, which used to be the old hay barn, comprises a large living room with kitchenette with electric stove and oven, one double bedroom and one bathroom with shower box and hairdryer. The sofa in the living room is a double sofa-bed. The apartment offers autonomous central heating.What used to be the muck-heap near the house is now a lovely yard paved with old uneven bricks with wooden garden furniture, an ideal place to relax maybe with a good book in the shade of the big tree. We believe in protecting the environment and all our lights use low-energy bulbs and we have a channelling system for the recycling of rain. The history of this estate dates back, through memories passed down several generations, to the last family that lived here in the Thirties. The current structure dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, although the excavations carried out as part of the restoration works revealed much older foundations. Once comprising farmer’s house, stables, hay barn and an old hut, nowadays the property resembles a tiny hamlet scattered around an old olive grove, a field of walnut trees, the family vegetable garden and pretty paths bordered by small dry-walls. Among the olive trees a splendid pool can be seen and a bit further away, in the yard, the washing flapping in the sun. ... more less
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