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Apartment | 12 bedrooms | sleeps 46

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 100 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed

Podere San Filippo è la risposta perfetta per ogni tipologia di vacanza.

Restaurato da una antica fattoria dell'8°secolo, questo gioiello dell'architettura ha mantenuto lo stile Toscano originale, immerso nelle ondulate colline, verdeggianti vigneti e seducenti oliveti, è la posizione strategica perfetta per visitare i poli turistici famosi come Firenze e Siena, ma anche per scoprire incantevoli paesini e scorci che regalano ogni volta un' emozione ed un panorama unico

Fin dall'arrivo in Podere San Filippo si cattura la vera essenza di questa esperienza in Toscana offrendo un' atmosfera intima e familiare, un altissimo livello di accoglienza, e l'indiscussa professionalità del servizio.

Con minuziosa attenzione ai dettagli, e sotto la stretta sorveglianza della Commissione italiana di belle arti, questi appartamenti unici sono stati restaurati per diventare un Resort di prima classe in un affascinante design rustico stile toscano.

La casa principale ospita sei appartamenti da 2 camere da letto, diversi stili, livelli e vista (2 dei quali con patio privati esterni); uno con 1 camera da letto ( patio privato esterno);

La Torre, unico con 3 camere da letto situato nella torre dell'edificio principale è uno degli appartamenti più affascinanti: letto a baldacchino con pavimenti in parquet e travi in legno rendono questo appartamento intimo e romantico.? Soffitti con travi in legno, pavimenti in ceramica e cotto, il marmo dei bagni si fondono con i servizi di oggigiorno per creare abitazioni incantevoli e che deliziano tutti coloro che ci visitano.

Dei 12 appartamenti di Podere San Filippo, 4 si trovano nel fienile ristrutturato, splendida vista, molto spaziosi, luminosi, su due piani, due dei quali con patio privato all'esterno.

Ogni appartamento è completamente attrezzato con lavastoviglie, forno e microonde, macchina da caffè americano, bollitore e tostapane, asciugacapelli, telefono, WIFI disponibile alla Reception, TV LCD, lettore DVD, cassaforte in camera, scrivania, armadio, doccia e vasca da bagno e linea di cortesia ETRO in tutti i bagni

Podere San Filippo is the perfect answer for any type of holiday.

Renovated from an old farm of the 8th century, this masterpiece has kept the original Tuscan style, surrounded by the rolling hills, verdant vineyards and olive groves, attractive, is the perfect location for visiting the famous tourist centers such as Florence and Siena, but also to discover charming villages and views that give each time an emotion and a unique landscape.

Upon arriving in Podere San Filippo you catch the true essence of this experience in Tuscany offering an intimate and homely atmosphere, a very high level of welcome treatment and an undisputed professional service.

With painstaking attention to detail, and under the strict supervision of the Italian Fine Art Commission, these unique accomodations have been restored to become a first class resort in a charming rustic Tuscan style design.

The Main house accomodates 6 two bedroom apartments in different styles, levels and view (2 of them with private outside patios), one 1 bedroom apartment (with private outside patio);

La Torre, the only 3 bedroom apartment located in the tower of the main building is one of the most charming apartments: four-poster bed with wooden floor and ceiling with Tuscan wooden beams make this apartment intimate and romantic.

Wooden beam ceilings, ceramic & Tuscan-cotto floors and marble top bathrooms blend with the modern facilities to create enchanting dwellings that delight all who visit.

Of the 12 apartments in Podere San Filippo, 4 are located in the renovated barn, wonderful view, very spacious, bright, duplex, two of them with private outside patios.

Each apartment is completely equipped with dishwasher, oven and microwave, American coffee maker, kettle and toaster, hairdryer, telephone, wi fi available in the reception area, lcd tv, dvd player, in room safe, working desk, closet, showers and bath tub and ETRO amenities in all bathrooms.

Size Sleeps up to 46, 12 bedrooms
Nearest beach etruscan cost 100 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 4 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Firenze " Amerigo Vespucci " / Pisa &quo 40 km, Nearest railway: Firenze Santa Maria Novella 30 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Central heating, Safe
Rooms 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms of which 21 En suites
Furniture Single beds (20), Double beds (12), Cots (1), Dining seats for 12
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Shared garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Tuscany region

Located in the heart of the Chianti region, between Florence and Siena ( 30 km far from Florence,40 km far Siena), Podere San Filippo is the perfect position to discover the Chianti Region

Visiting gorgeous countryside and taste delicious wines in the heart of Tuscany

The Chianti territory with its hilly countryside of incomparable beauty lies in the very heart of Tuscany, administered by both the Provinces of Florence and Siena

It is difficult to trace its borders since only the mountains of Chianti in the East separate it from Upper Valdarno in a natural and neat way; the remaining territory fades into the hills of the Arbia, Elsa, Greve and Pesa rivers.

Mediaeval villages, castles, churches, abbeys, monasteries, cottages and villas lie one after the other in a fantastic itinerary that exalts the activity and inventiveness of man; centuries of work have modelled the hills of this region and the alternation of the olive groves and the forests creates a harmony unique to the world.

Along Via Cassia, or alternatively the faster Florence-Siena superstrada, one can follow again the paths once taken by pilgrims and wayfarers who, during the Middle Ages, reached Rome from Northern Europe with everything that it had to bear: parìsh churches, small towns, hospices, abbeys. Via Chiantigiana, on the other hand, is a more rural path that throughout its length crosses the classic wine region.

In any case, the visitor will be offered an unforgettable countryside always varying and harmonious and so diverse in colours and in atmosphere with the changing seasons. There are many ways to get to one of the parish churches, castles or isolated towns, silent witnesses to the historical and artistic richness of the Chianti region.

It does not matter how one gets there: whether by car, motorcycle, bicycle or bus, there are many possibilities for staying and enjoying a few days' holiday in the relaxing atmosphere of Chianti, tasting the gastronomic specialties of the region accompanied by wines that have made Chianti famous all over the world.

Mild Climate in Spring and autumn season, Warm in Summer (35-40°), Cold and dry in winter time, Tuscany is perfect in every time of the year with its season event( Palio, Flower festival, wine Festival etc) country fetivals and markets.

Lots of activities are available : Horse riding, hot ait ballon, swimming, trekking, tennis courts, golf, as well as cooking classes, wine and olive oil tours, sightseeing and much more.

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa

Its economy is based on agricultural and wine making (since 1932, the territory has been part of the Chianti area; located partially in the subzone of the Chianti Classico and partially in the subzone of the Colli Fiorentini). In the municipal district of Sambuca Val di Pesa, there is a large industrial area.


Tavarnelle was once a Roman station, called Tebernulae in a document dated 790 AD. It later became part of the Florentine Republic, but was never involved in the territorial wars between the Florentines and the Sienese. Until 1892, it was part of the municipality of Barberino Val d'Elsa, and on January 1, 1893, it gained autonomy, becoming its own municipality.


The Badia in Passignano is an ancient monastery that already existed in the Middle Ages. In 1049, it adhered to the Vallombrosana reform. It housed a school that Galileo Galiei attended.


With a façade made of alberese stone from the XIII century, the church has one nave and features frescoes by Domenico Cresti, called il Passignano, because he was born in that area. In the partition, a woodwork by Michele Confetto, there are two panels by Ghirlandaio.

In the crypt, which dates back to a previous roman construction, the founder of the Vallombrosano Order, Saint Giovanni Gualberto, was buried here in 1073. Externally, the very large monastery looks more like a fortress than a cenoby. The defensive city walls date back to the 1400s but it seems that several sections were built in the XIII century. In the refectory of the monastery, there is an interesting Last Supper by Davide and Domenico Ghirlandaio.

Closed in the late 1800s, the monastery complex became a private villa and was transformed, according to the esthetics of the time, into a neo-Gothic castle. In 1986, the Vallombrosani monks reclaimed possession of the monastery. Another must-see is the Passignano village that has a beautiful house-tower and the church of San Biago. From the terraces of the castle, one can admire the breathtaking countryside of the Chianti area.

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8 Oct 2013


"Absolutely beautiful but their customer service falls short..."

We stayed in this property for a week and this resort is quite wonderful. All you could wish for during a stop in Tuscany. It's in the middle of nowhere and surrounded by the beautiful rolling hi… More

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