from £458 /night help Price for guests, Nights approx:
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Villa / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12
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Villa / 6 bedrooms / sleeps 12
Villa Vinci is an elegant 18th century mansion near Siena in the Chianti wine region, perfect for visiting Tuscany and relaxing by the pool during your holidays in Italy.
It is fabulously positioned on a hill above the old town of Staggia Senese with breathtaking views.
Villa Vinci has been recently renovated and retorted, enhancing the charm of the Tuscan villa without altering the original structure. Villa Vinci is an ideal place to enjoy a pleasant and exclusive stay under the Tuscan sun, with easy access to the most important historical and cultural cities of the area.
The villa was originally used by noble families as a country retreat during the hottest months of summer. The villa has belonged to the current family for several generations and is now managed by the young owner and his girlfriend, who take care of their guests with attention and respect in a friendly and genuine family atmosphere.
Villa Vinci the perfect location from which to enjoy all of Tuscany, from following wine roads, touring cultural and artistic sites to enjoying good Tuscan cuisine in the many traditional villages of the area.
All in all Villa Vinci makes the perfect vacation in Tuscany!
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|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 6 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Florence Airport 65 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Single beds (4)|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The ground floor boasts great staterooms typical of the 18th century villas inspired by the Palladian style.
On the right side of the large entrance is a wide, bright living room which is the largest and oldest section of the house (120 sq.m.). Characterized by its great vaults, the living room is enhanced by a unique fireplace in green marble and is furnished with luxurious and antique furniture. From here, a glass door leads outside to the sunny terrace where several lemon plants are housed.
On the left side of the entrance, you'll find an elegant well-lit dining room with three windows overlooking the Villa's gardens. From the dining room you can access the kitchen, which has been completely renovated and is composed of a wide marble counter-top. The kitchen has an independent service entrance behind the villa. It comes fully equipped with filtered water, five ring stovetop, electric oven, cooking utensils, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and a refrigerator with freezer.
The staircase opens onto a grand living room with access to a balcony, from which you can enjoy an exclusive view of Monteriggioni. This living room leads to the first of three double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom. A large and bright hallway leads to the other three bedrooms, two twin bedrooms with shared bathroom and one double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
Each bedroom has been furnished with attention to details, retaining the charm and refined atmosphere of Villa Vinci.
* The second floor, with separate access is an apartment used by the caretaker who is extremely discrete, and is always available for assistance. We want to underline that, where not otherwise indicated, all internal and external spaces are at the exclusive guests disposal.
- TV (DTT and satellite)
- Wi-fi internet connection
- Air conditioning in the sleeping area
- Private parking
- Private swimming pool (10 m x 5 m x 1.40 to 1.60 m)
|Further details outdoors|
The villa is surrounded by a fully fenced park of 1000 sqm. In the large area facing the front of the villa is a beautiful gazebo suitable for outdoor dining. To the sides of the villa, guests can enjoy relaxing in the elegant terrace, where the lemon trees are housed and amid the romantic grove of cedars and holm-oaks.
In a secluded area to the back of the villa, nestled among cypress and olive trees, is the private swimming pool surrounded by a large green lawn.
The Tuscany region
In the nearby area there are many outdoor activities, from horse riding, mountain biking to hiking.
Wine lovers cannot miss the opportunity to follow wine tours in the Chianti Classico area and in the rich areas of Montepulciano and Montalcino, where the high quality Brunello and Nobile wines are produced.
For those who want to play golf, we recommend the Abbadia Golf Club of Colle Val d'Elsa, just 8 Km from the villa, which offers a 6-hole path from where you can enjoy a splendid view of Colle Val d'Elsa and San Gimignano.
Tennis fans can find, just 2 Km walkable distance from the villa, the Tennis Club in the town of Staggia Senese, which offers the chance to play in an open or covered field.
For anyone wishing to enjoy a relaxing thermal bath, we suggest the Terme di Petriolo, which can be accessed either free of charge or through equipped SPA centres.
Just 30 minutes away from the villa near Castelnuovo Berardenga, there is a go-kart circuit available for the youngest or for anyone who wants to try this fun experience.
Finally, we suggest a visit to the suggestive and enchanting Abbazia di San Galgano surrounded by natural reserves, it is one of the best examples of Cistercian Gothic style in Italy, famous for the absence of its roof and for the presence of "the sword in the stone" around which many legends were born.
- Closest town: Staggia Senese: 2 Km
- Restaurant: Staggia Senese: 2 Km
- Grocery store: Staggia Senese: 2 Km
- Bakery: Antico forno di Staggia: 2 Km
- Supermarket Poggibonsi: 7 Km
- Golf course: Abbadia Golf Club: 9 km
- Tennis court: Tennis Club Staggia: 2 km
- Horse riding centre: Club Ippico Agrifoglio: 1 km
- Hospital Poggibonsi: 7 km.
- Florence airport (Peretola): 65 km
- Pisa airport (Galileo Galilei): 90 km
- Rome airport (Fiumicino): 280 km
- Milan airport (Malpensa): 400 km
- Abbazia di Vallombrosa: 73 Km
- Arezzo: 82 Km
- Cecina Mare (nearest beach): 77 Km
- Certaldo: 23 Km
- Colle Val d'Elsa: 9 Km
- Florence: 55 Km
- Lucca: 92 Km
- Montalcino: 60 Km
- Montepulciano: 85 Km
- Monteriggioni: 6 Km
- Pisa: 95 Km
- San Galgano: 42 Km
- San Gimignano: 20 Km
- Sant'Antimo: 70 Km
- Siena: 19 Km
- Terme di Petriolo: 48 Km
- Vinci: 55 Km
- Volterra: 37 Km.
Villa Vinci is set in the perfect location to explore Chianti and Tuscany. Chianti is a vast hilly area located in the centre of Tuscany. The land was originally farmed thousands of years ago by both the Etruscans and Romans, They worked the land to produce olive oil and wine, giving rise to the variety of countryside that we see today.
The Chianti area includes the medieval towns of Castellina, Radda, Greve, Castelnuovo Berardenga and Gaiole. Villa Vinci's central provides the exclusive opportunity to visit and come into close contact with this rich and varied area of Tuscany.
From the terrace of the villa you can admire the beautiful medieval castle walls that surround the village of Monteriggioni. The town still preserves most of its 13th century-era buildings and unique examples of a medieval Tuscan town.
On the edge of an extensive plain and at the foot Monte Maggio near Villa Vinci, guests can also visit the abbey of Abbadia a Isola, a rare example of a Romanesque church in the Siena area, composed of three naves and three apses, surrounded by a small village and the ruins of medieval fortifications. Inside the church you can see important frescoes that have been carefully preserved.
Explore the land between the two most important cities of Tuscany, Siena and Florence. You should definitely not miss a tour of San Gimignano. From every direction, the first thing that will strike you as you approach San Gimignano are the thirteen medieval towers that overlook the valley and mark the skyline of the town. Walking through the streets of the village, you can still breathe-in the atmosphere of the small workshops of artists, craftsmen, potters and goldsmiths.
Also in the area, we highly recommend a visit to the old town of Certaldo, whose origins date back to 6th century AD. The town is mostly famous for being the birthplace of the poet Giovanni Boccaccio and, it delicious lesser known special onions.
For those who want to explore off the main roads, we suggest a drive along the Via Volterrana, with unusual landscape, hills with continuous ups, downs and curve after curve. It is very different from what is commonly thought of Tuscany. A must along this route is, of course, the town of Volterra. It dates back to the 3rd century BC, and to enter it you have to pass under the famous gate "Porta dell'Arco", this is a unique example of Etruscan construction still in perfect condition.
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