Apartment on the 1st floor of a villa dating back to the start of the 20th century, set in hilly position. Guests can make use of a small room with billiard on the gr. fl., next to the outside staircase that leads up to the apartment as well as of an equipped courtyard and of the lawn adjoining the house where there is a swimming-pool (shared with the house owner). Private and equipped outdoor area. Ideal for walks in the surrounding grounds. It is set 500 m from the old city walls of Siena. The nearby medieval town of Siena is waiting to be discovered! Made famous by the Palio, held every year in July and August in the fascinating scenery of Piazza del Campo, it offers to its visitors numerous ideas for cultural itineraries and for pleasant walks focusing on food and wine or shopping. It will be fascinating to plunge yourself into its historical center, divided into 17 Contrade (town districts), and try to reconstruct its history, to recast a fascinating picture of alliances and rivalries, still today particularly felt by its citizens. Here you can visit the Palazzo Pubblico and the tower Torre del Mangia, which adorn the beautiful Piazza del Campo, the Cathedral with its facetone, from which you can admire an enchanting view of the city and the surrounding countryside, the Museo del Opera Duomo and the National Art Gallery. Baby-beds available upon request (payment on site) . Sleeping room 1 is a study with a single bed. Free wi-fi with password available on request.
- House1506 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs0
- Min. Stay7 nights
- English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Polish
- Calendar last updated:
- 21 Jul 2018
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Siena was great
Location allows you to spend time by the magnificent pool - with diving board - and walk up the hill into town in the evening for dinner and wine (although there is apparently a bus that runs every 15 minutes). Large gardens with wonderful owners. Siena is far nicer than Florence (and Pisa obviously). Easy to reach chianti villages or San Gimignano for lunch and explore medieval villages and towns and the hilly countryside.
We would return to the same property.