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from £365 / night

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Villa / 8 Bedrooms / sleeps 16

Excellent 5/5 

3 Nights min stay

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from £365 / night

£2550 - £4083 / week

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  • Nearest beach 120 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden
8 BDR luxury historical villa with garden and pool in the heart of Siena countryside nestled in a village.AC, WiFi,Private parking Please,ALWAYS,enquiry about prices.The house can be rented just in part (4BDR).  …see more

from £355 / night

£2479 - £3565 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Villa / 4 Bedrooms / sleeps 8

3 Nights min stay

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from £355 / night

£2479 - £3565 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
The independent holiday villa is located just outside the hamlet and is a recently converted farmhouse.It has a private swimming pool  …see more

from £174 / night

£1215 - £1536 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Apartment / 2 Bedrooms / sleeps 4

2 Nights min stay

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from £174 / night

£1215 - £1536 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
This charming old hamlet is located at 5 km from San Giovanni d'Asso, in the heart of the Crete Senesi  …see more

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from £154 / night

£1072 - £1393 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Apartment / 2 Bedrooms / sleeps 4

2 Nights min stay

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from £154 / night

£1072 - £1393 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
This charming old hamlet is located at 5 km from San Giovanni d'Asso, in the heart of the Crete Senesi  …see more

from £36 / night

£250 - £429 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

House / 2 Bedrooms / sleeps 6

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£250 - £429 / week

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  • Nearest beach 150 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
Italy, Tuscany, Siena, Crete senesi, Montisi, Montelifre (Giostra di Simone, Riti della settimana Santa, Festa dell'Olio). Montepulciano, Pienza, Sant'Anna in Camprena, Monticchiello, Montalcino, San Quirico D'orcia, Bagno Vignoni, Monte Oliveto Maggiore Montelifrè è su FB  …see more

from £357 / night

£2493 - £3493 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Villa / 4 Bedrooms / sleeps 7

3 Nights min stay

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from £357 / night

£2493 - £3493 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car essential
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
Tuscan villa dating back to the end of the 18th century, provided with all modern amenities: free wifi, sat-tv, two fireplaces, patio with barbecue and ping pong table, fans at the ceiling in all rooms, big garden with private pool and outdoor dining area.  …see more

from £204 / night

£1422 - £1779 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

House / 3 Bedrooms / sleeps 5

Excellent 5/5 

7 Nights min stay

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from £204 / night

£1422 - £1779 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • No pets allowed
La Capannina is a delightful 2 story house right inside the little hilltown of San Giovanni d'Asso, not far from Siena. Situated near a medieval castle, this villa was originally a stables built in the 16th century. It has been carefully renovated and offers comfortable accommodations for up to 5 people in its 3 air-conditioned bedrooms with 2 full bathrooms. The house opens onto a courtyard which includes a beautiful but small oval pool and offers panoramic views over the Val d'Orcia, with some of Tuscany’s most dramatic scenery. The courtyard is furnished with a table, six chairs and a large umbrella. Four steps down there are three sunbeds and two deckchairs, and at the end of the outdoor area is a bathroom with shower/changing room, which serves the swimming pool. San Giovanni d'Asso is located in the Val d'Orcia, an enchanting and miraculously unspoilt valley in southern Tuscany, listed as UNESCO world heritage in 2004. Siena, Pienza, Cortona, Arezzo, Orvieto, San Gimignano, Volterra, Perugia, Viterbo and a wealth of sites and attractions are within easy reach. Montalcino, the classic Tuscan hill town topped by a fortress and famous for its Brunello wine (as well as the less pricey Rosso di Montalcino) is nearby. The famous Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore is only 7 km away, and also the Sant' Antimo Abbey, one of the finest Romanesque churches in Tuscany, is within easy daytrip distance. La Capannina is an ideal choice for those who wish to be close to shopping, restaurants and cafes, yet be in a private home. San Giovanni d'Asso has approximately 300 inhabitants. La Capannina is situated in the upper part of the village - the "Borghetto", near the ancient castle, which is now the seat of the municipal authorities and which hosts the famous White Truffle Market in the month of November. The white truffle is prized and famous throughout Italy, as well are the other agricultural products of the area: excellent wines, oil, savoury cheeses and honey. In this upper part of the village there is a fine restaurant just a short walk from the the house. The lower part of San Giovanni d'Asso has an 'osteria' (simple restaurant), a baker and butcher, a pharmacy, a post office, a supermarket and cafe/bar. There is no public transport in San Giovanni, therefore it is essential to have a car. The nearest airports are approximately two and a half hours' equidistant drive away from Rome, Florence and Pisa. La Capannina borders on the garden of Villa San Giovanni (also featured in our portfolio) and although they each rent separately, if you have a large party of up to 21 people they make an ideal combination. A parking is approx. 100 m from the house, but you can reach the square near the house with your car to load and unload your suitcases and shopping bags. Places of interes The property's location makes excursions to Siena, Assisi, Orvieto, Perugia, Arezzo and Florence an easy day trip. But the area below Siena, stretching from the monastery of Monte Oliveto to Montalcino and Montepulciano offers some rewarding sites that are well worth a visit. In San Quirico d'Orcia make sure you see the Horti Leonini, an early Renaissance garden, as well as the western door in the city wall and the Collegiata (main church). Montalcino is beautifully situated on a hill inhabited since Etruscan times, swathed in vineyards and olive groves. It is a quiet, affluent, attractive town with pretty buildings and flower-filled squares, and many shops selling the Brunello di Montalcino. Montepulcino is a graceful Tuscan hill town, best known for its Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, which was being praised by connoisseurs over 200 years ago and can certainly contend with Italy's best today. Pienza, the unfinished 'utopian' city, was commissioned by Pope Pius II in 1459. Chiusi is one of our favourites because of its unpretentious liveliness. Compared to Montepulciano it is uncontaminated by tourism. Chiusi has a railway station - from here it is a quick ride to the city center of Rome. Monticchiello is a pleasant walled village, whose crooked watch-tower is visible from afar. Next to the church is a small shop which sells local linens (towels, bedspreads) and materials in pure linen. They use traditional methods and patterns and the results are extremely attractive. Visit the abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore and the semi-derelict monastery of Sant'Anna in Camprena - a very romantic setting which served as location for the film 'The English Patient'. Sant'Antimo is surely one of the loveliest Romanesque buildings in all of Italy. It is hard to imagine a more sympathetic combination of architectural grace and natural setting. And last but not least the landscape in this region of Tuscany is spectacular: The Crete Senesi are the eroded clay hills in the Orcia valley. These strange, pale, barren looking slopes, with their bare cliffs, broken gullies and white Jurassic limestone, look altogehter more lunar than terrestial. Pool in winter? Tuscany is famous for its Hot springs, belonging to a geothermical system that more or less encircles Monte Amiata, the most spectacular being Saturnia in the south west of the region. Steaming water collects in a number of white limestone basins - a rare natural spectacle and great fun to bathe in! Swimming possible both in the natural basins and in smart thermal baths. Saturnia offers a wide range of comforts and even a sauna. Close to the property is Bagno Vignoni which has been popular since Etruscan times. St. Catherine of Siena is said to have appreciated its thearpeutic qualities, as is Lorenzo the Magnificent, whose family built the splendid arcaded pool - a kind of flooded, bubbling piazza, famously used by Tarkowsky for some of the more surreal passages of his film 'Nolstalgia'. Not far from this antique piazza there is a hotel with a lovely open air swimming pool, fed from hot springs. This is also available to external guests. Bagni San Filippo may go into the books as the world's smallest thermal spa - a telephone booth, a few old houses, outdoor spring in the middle of the woods with glistening limestone formations and one small hotel with a public pool. In Rapolano Terme there are two wonderful thermal spas - particulary beautiful are the San Giovanni Terme. The Montepulciano thermal springs can also be enjoyed in an indoor thermal swimming pool. Have yourself thoroughly pampered! Just relax here! The pictures below show the entrance to the house, view onto the village of San Giovanni d'Asso in the distance, the ancient hot water square in Bagni Vignoni (about 20 km from the house), the 'island of the cypresses' - famous natural monument of the Val d'Orcia (about 20 km from the house). Additional amenities include: cooker, electric kettle, italian mocha machines (not electrical like in a bar, cd-stereo/radio, iron and ironing board, small oven, 100 m from the house, parking approx, hair dryer in each bathroom, air conditioning in the three bedrooms, but the one you screw together and put on the stove).  …see more

from £505 / night

£3533 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

House / 7 Bedrooms / sleeps 16

7 Nights min stay

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£3533 / week

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Key info:

  • Swimming pool
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • Air conditioning
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
San Giovanni d'Asso is a small village located in the heart of the Crete Senesi , the unique landscape and spectacular in the south of Siena.Villa Asso offers visitors the perfect blend of classic Tuscan style , fabulous views and contact with nature and the Italian luxury.Located in the heart of San Giovanni d'Asso the facade of the house gives little impression of what lies behind.The property is spread over several levels and is entirely centered on the lovely garden. The entrance is in a living room, here the stairs lead to the first floor and down to one of the two doors to the garden. The whole house has been renovated with great style and charm. Much of the furniture is antique, comfort has not been sacrificed. The villa has spacious rooms with high ceilings, with windows overlooking the valley. There are four double bedrooms, three double bedrooms and one single bedroom, all rooms are equipped with ceiling fans or fans standing . It consists of a large entrance hall, which leads to the garden, two lounges, two dining rooms, one of which leads onto a large sunny terrace overlooking the garden and pool, with two dining tables and two parasols and some chairs. A fully equipped kitchen with all appliances and utensils (fridge- freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, gas hob and fan oven ). Four spacious bathrooms with shower, a bathroom with half bath, plus an en-suite shower room to the singol room. La villa is elegantly furnished with antique furniture. There is a daily maid service, and all bed linen and towels (for the pool) are included. The garden is private, whereas the house is located in the village center complete with lemon trees and pond. The terrace and views beyond, from here steps lead down to the garden Italian. The wonderful swimming pool (12 x 6 m-1,5-2,5 m deep) is equipped with sun beds, a fridge and a separate bathroom next door, cleverly placed in the original laundry. Bordering the garden of Villa Asso, is the smallest Villa La Capanna. Staying at Villa Asso, is a real pleasure and we highly recommend it for families and groups of friends looking for a special place.It's also possible to rent Villa Asso, along with Villa La Capanna, which is next door and can be connected to a gate of the garden. PRICE INCLUDE: Electricity- initial and final cleaning-daily maid service from Monday through Friday – daily manteinance of the pool- WiFi- Air conditioning in 5 bedrooms of the 8. The 3 bedrooms at ground floor have just ceiling fans. If air conditioning is working for more than 5 hours a day, we’ll have to ask for an extra sum. EXTRA- Heating costs are determined on individual use and the guests will be shown the meter before and after they use the heating. N.B. it's possible to reservation a part of Villa Asso for 8 people. The price change in this case, Please contact me. Additional amenities include: pool table, suitable for children, living room, suitable for families, final cleaning, dining room, fan, garden chairs.  …see more

from £215 / night

£1500 - £2150 / week

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Excellent 5/5 

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Villa / 4 Bedrooms / sleeps 8

Excellent 5/5 

7 Nights min stay

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from £215 / night

£1500 - £2150 / week

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Key info:

  • Nearest beach 80 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
Charming country house in idyllic setting, stunning views in unique landscape, real family home. Beautifully restored, lovely private pool in delightful gardens and olive groves, village 1 km, nearby Montalcino and Pienza  …see more

from £520 / night

£3636 - £4565 / week

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Excellent 5/5 

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

House / 8 Bedrooms / sleeps 16

Excellent 5/5 

7 Nights min stay

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from £520 / night

£3636 - £4565 / week

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Key info:

  • Swimming pool
  • Ask owner if suitable for children
  • No pets allowed
Villa San Giovanni is a splendid home inside the charming Tuscan hilltown of San Giovanni d'Asso. Located near a medieval castle, the villa was built in the 16th century. The property has been carefully renovated, and with eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms there's plenty of room for up to 16 guests. The beauty and old world charm of the original structure of the villa with its exposed beam ceilings and granite and tile floors is a gorgeous backdrop for the comfortable and authentic Tuscan furnishings. The extensive property is u-shaped with a beautiful courtyard in the centre: Villa San Giovanni is the building with lots of windows, which extends along the length of the garden; the two side buildings are uninhabited (a church to the left/a lemon greenhouse and a former laundry house to the right). The courtyard offers a splendid private pool and breathtaking views of the vast rolling countryside. Flower beds, shrubs, lemon trees in vases and palm trees decorate the formally designed, upper part of the garden; the lower part comprises the lawn with the pool located on a large sun terrace. The garden overlooks the spectacular landscape of the Crete Senesi and faces towards south-east. The small La Capannina house (also featured in our portfolio) borders on the garden of Villa San Giovanni and although they each rent separately, if you have a large party of up to 21 people they make an ideal combination. About the village and the region Villa San Giovanni is an ideal choice for those for those who wish to be close to shopping, restaurants and cafes, yet be in a private home. San Giovanni d'Asso has approximately 300 inhabitants. The villa is situated in the upper part of the village - the "Borghetto", near the ancient castle, which is now the seat of the municipal authorities and which hosts the famous White Truffle Market in the month of November. The white truffle is prized and famous throughout Italy, as well are the other agricultural products of the area: excellent wines, oil, savoury cheeses and honey. In this upper part of the village there is a fine restaurant just a short walk from the the house. The lower part of San Giovanni d'Asso has an 'osteria' (simple restaurant), a baker and butcher, a pharmacy, a post office, a supermarket and cafe/bar. There is no public transport in San Giovanni, therefore it is essential to have a car. San Giovanni d'Asso is located in the Val d'Orcia, an enchanting and miraculously unspoilt valley in southern Tuscany, listed as UNESCO world heritage in 2004. Siena, Pienza, Cortona, Arezzo, Orvieto, San Gimignano, Volterra, Perugia, Viterbo and a wealth of sites and attractions are within easy reach. Montalcino, the classic Tuscan hill town topped by a fortress and famous for its Brunello wine (as well as the less pricey Rosso di Montalcino) is nearby. The famous Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore is only 7 km away, and also the Sant' Antimo Abbey, one of the finest Romanesque churches in Tuscany, is within easy daytrip distance. Places of interest The property's location makes excursions to Siena, Assisi, Orvieto, Perugia, Arezzo and Florence an easy day trip. But the area below Siena, stretching from the monastery of Monte Oliveto to Montalcino and Montepulciano offers some rewarding sites that are well worth a visit. In San Quirico d'Orcia make sure you see the Horti Leonini, an early Renaissance garden, as well as the western door in the city wall and the Collegiata (main church). Montalcino is beautifully situated on a hill inhabited since Etruscan times, swathed in vineyards and olive groves. It is a quiet, affluent, attractive town with pretty buildings and flower-filled squares, and many shops selling the Brunello di Montalcino. Montepulcino is a graceful Tuscan hill town, best known for its Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, which was being praised by connoisseurs over 200 years ago and can certainly contend with Italy's best today. Pienza, the unfinished 'utopian' city, was commissioned by Pope Pius II in 1459. Chiusi is one of our favourites because of its unpretentious liveliness. Compared to Montepulciano it is uncontaminated by tourism. Chiusi has a railway station - from here it is a quick ride to the city center of Rome. Monticchiello is a pleasant walled village, whose crooked watch-tower is visible from afar. Next to the church is a small shop which sells local linens (towels, bedspreads) and materials in pure linen. They use traditional methods and patterns and the results are extremely attractive. Visit the abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore and the semi-derelict monastery of Sant'Anna in Camprena - a very romantic setting which served as location for the film 'The English Patient'. Sant'Antimo is surely one of the loveliest Romanesque buildings in all of Italy. It is hard to imagine a more sympathetic combination of architectural grace and natural setting. And last but not least the landscape in this region of Tuscany is spectacular: The Crete Senesi are the eroded clay hills in the Orcia valley. These strange, pale, barren looking slopes, with their bare cliffs, broken gullies and white Jurassic limestone, look altogehter more lunar than terrestial. Pool in winter ? Tuscany is famous for its Hot springs, belonging to a geothermical system that more or less encircles Monte Amiata, the most spectacular being Saturnia in the south west of the region. Steaming water collects in a number of white limestone basins - a rare natural spectacle and great fun to bathe in! Swimming possible both in the natural basins and in smart thermal baths. Saturnia offers a wide range of comforts and even a sauna. Close to the property is Bagno Vignoni which has been popular since Etruscan times. St. Catherine of Siena is said to have appreciated its thearpeutic qualities, as is Lorenzo the Magnificent, whose family built the splendid arcaded pool - a kind of flooded, bubbling piazza, famously used by Tarkowsky for some of the more surreal passages of his film 'Nolstalgia'. Not far from this antique piazza there is a hotel with a lovely open air swimming pool, fed from hot springs. This is also available to external guests. Bagni San Filippo may go into the books as the world's smallest thermal spa - a telephone booth, a few old houses, outdoor spring in the middle of the woods with glistening limestone formations and one small hotel with a public pool. The Montepulciano thermal springs can also be enjoyed in an indoor thermal swimming pool. Have yourself thoroughly pampered! In the nearby Rapolano Terme there are two wonderful thermal spas - particulary beautiful are the San Giovanni Terme. Just relax here! Additional amenities include: lawn, 150 m from the house, electric kettle, italian mocha machines (not electrical like in a bar, cd-stereo/radio, iron and ironing board, cooker with oven, air conditioning in 5 double bedrooms/ceiling fans or standing fans in the other bedrooms, parking approx, hair dryer in each bathroom, formal garden, but the one you screw together and put on the stove).  …see more

from £715 / night

£5000 / week

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Province of Siena / San Giovanni d'Asso

Villa / 6 Bedrooms / sleeps 12

7 Nights min stay

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£5000 / week

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  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
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