On a five-hectare private park is where you’ll find this magnificent 1920s stone house. The fact it was originally used as a farm shed gives you a hint of the rustic charm to come, and it doesn’t disappoint when you walk through the door. Timbered ceilings and terracotta tiled floors frame endearing spaces with an old-world feel. Outside is nothing short of glorious, with various seating areas placed to take full advantage of the surrounding olive groves and bountiful orchard. Grab a cup of tea and nestle yourself down amongst the flowers of the botanical garden, or head over to the infinity pool for a cooling dip – wherever you are in the garden, the rolling Tuscan views will take your breath away. When it’s time for dinner, follow the meandering path down to the dining terrace and prepare for a star show as they begin to appear one by one over the mountain tops.
Home truths: *This home has a separate annexe with double sofa bed
*The pool is open from the last Saturday in April until the first Saturday of October
*There’s a cold-water shower in the pool area to rinse off
*Extra cleaning, linen, heating and firewood can be supplied, just ask your host
*City taxes are not included in the price of the stay and will be collected in person upon check-in
*You’ll be in a beautiful rural location, so we recommend a car if you’d like to explore further afield – parking is available at the home
*Unfortunately, this home is unsuitable for those with limited mobility
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