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Property for exclusive use
Il Bindaccio is an independent part of the castle with private swimming pool and Jacuzzi, holding up to 7 persons with 2 double bedrooms with bathroom with bathtub and shower, one bedroom with two beds, one single bedroom, one bathroom with shower and one bathroom with hydromassage tub and shower. The property has an internet connection, air conditioning and is cleaned weekly. Guests will also find a garden with panoramic, furnished terraces, barbecue and parking.

Outdoors and swimming pool
The property boasts a beautiful garden (150 sq. m.), completely fenced, where guests can admire a breathtaking view. The garden features a wonderful swimming pool, 7 metres by 5 with a depth of 1.3-1.9 m, an outdoor area with barbecue, a table for 8-10 persons, a sink, a fridge and dishes, perfect for enjoying meals in the fresh air. There are also two magnificent panoramic terraces: one on the first floor of the house complete with a small table and armchairs, the other on the second floor with a modern Jacuzzi for 6 persons with an amazing view of the Sienese Chianti area, complete with sunbeds and outdoor shower. Parking within the property for 2 cars.

The 220 sq. m. residence is on three floors and was renovated in 2017. It is furnished elegantly and with taste, maintaining the traditional aspects and style of the Tuscan aristocracy. The ground floor features the entrance hall, a living room with TV, dining room, a large, well-equipped kitchen and one small bathroom.
The first floor has a double bedroom with bathroom with hydromassage tub and shower, one double bedroom with bathroom with shower and bathtub, one bedroom with two beds, one single bedroom, one bathroom with shwoer, one bathroom with hydromassage tub and shower.

The castle is on top of a hill (about 500 m high) which offers a spectacular 360 degree view. The property is in the heart of Tuscany’s countryside and has been owned since the 10th Century by a noble family which has played an important part in Chianti’s history. 40 years ago the property also became a famous producer of excellent wine and olive oil.

The price includes: bathroom, bedroom, kitchen linen and swimming towels (changed weekly), a weekly cleaning service (2 hours a week on one day in the middle of the week), wifi, air conditioning, electricity and water, baby bed and high chair. Upon request and to be paid for at the property are cookery courses, babysitter and extra hired help.

Important information
Swimming pool and Jacuzzi available from May 1st to September 30th.

Activities and distances
The Chianti area is in the heart of Tuscany between Siena and Florence, perfect for visiting many small towns with a rich history such as Radda, Gaiole, and Panzano in Chianti, all on the unique and marvellous “strada chiantigiana” road. The location is also perfect for reaching the art towns of Siena, Florence, Volterra, Arezzo and San Gimignano. We also suggest visiting and tasting the products of the local farms and wine cellars in Chianti, going on excursions and horse riding.
1.5 km Monti in Chianti (groceries), 8 km Gaiole in Chianti (all kinds of shops), 19 km Radda in Chianti, 24 km Siena, 29 km Castellina in Chianti, 35 km Monteriggioni, 37 km Greve in Chianti, 43 km Colle di Val d’Elsa, 56 km San Gimignano, 70 km Volterra, 79 km Florence.


  • Air conditioning
  • Hair dryer
  • Ironing board
  • Built-in barbecue
  • Bath linen supplied
  • Kitchen linen supplied
  • Bed linen supplied
  • Freezer
  • Kitchen
  • Outdoor shower
  • Iron
  • Electric oven
  • Fridge
  • Blender
  • Private garden
  • Completely fenced-in garden
  • Internet free
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Baby bed
  • American coffee-making machine 4
  • Italian Moka coffee-making machine
  • Microwave
  • Beach umbrella
  • Parking on the premises
  • Sunken Pool
  • Private pool
  • Al Fresco dining
  • Central heating
  • Dining room
  • Deck chairs
  • Garden chair
  • High-chair
  • Living room
  • Juice maker
  • Garden table
  • Towels for pool supplied
  • Toaster
  • TV
  • Outdoor jacuzzi
Important Information
  • Children friendly
  • Accommodation for non-smokers
  • Car Needed
  • Horse-riding 6km
  • Golf course 50Km
  • Tennis 8Km

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  • Holiday date: 24/07/2021 Rating: 10/10 Details of the review

    We were 1 week in this marvelous piece of the castle and it was real nice to be.We also want to say a very big thank you to all the persons who're doing there work in the castle, swimming pool, gazon, ...So also thx to them we had a wonderful stay in this fabulous part of the castlethat we'llalso remember!

  • Holiday date: 14/06/2014 Rating: 9/10 Details of the review

    We were two couples staying in Tuscany for a week in June 2014 at this property. We had opted for the larger of the two areas of the villa because we wanted exclusive access to the pool. The villa had enough space to sleep about four families - it was huge! The pool is not heated, so if you are big swimmers, don't go to Tuscany in Spring - the weather was wonderful, but the pool was too cold to use. I imagine it would be glorious in the heat of the summer though. Our favourite spots were in the roof top hot tub at night, and the little bistro table look-out spot beside the pool in the morning. On a clear day, you can see all the way to Siena. The bathrooms were all modern and updated - a delightful treat to have in a 300 year old property. The beds were ok - typical Italian beds - a bit too short for us tall folks, and no "king size" beds. For us, that wasn't the reason we were there, but it could be a deal breaker for some.You would need a vehicle to get there, or take a cab from the Siena train station. It's pretty easy to find using the directions the property provides to you. We saw there was one bus route close by that ran once daily to Siena in the morning, and back again in the evening, so if you were relying on trains and busses, it is possible to stay there and still tour around. There are vineyards with wine tastings within a short drive or longer walk (but still do-able for the avid walker). The property is known in the region for it's olive oil, and I recommend bringing some back - it really is the best tasting olive oil I've ever had.I really want to take my extended family and live there for the summer one day. It's amazingly beautiful, and the property management is very accommodating and helpful.

  • Holiday date: 06/10/2018 Rating: 9/10 Details of the review

    I am reviewing CdC as a winery, not as accommodation but if there is somewhere to stay at the castle it would be worth looking into simply for the views. The view left and right as you approach up the gravel driveway are among the best we saw in Tuscany.We arrived unannounced at the end of the day whilst the winery was processing its freshly picked grapes so not the best time but we were made most welcome. We tried a coupe of wines, bought a bottle, had a little look around then left happy. It was a very nice place indeed.

  • Holiday date: 08/08/2020 Rating: 10/10 Details of the review

    There is nothing but wonderful things to say about out stay at Castello Di Cacchiano. We had seven beautiful days here and can’t wait to go back. The view, accommodation kitchen every bit of it was absolutely spectacular. A great location to travel to near by Sienna, Montepulcianio, Pisa which is a longer drive for a day trip but well worth it and even Florence.

  • Holiday date: 22/08/2022 Rating: 10/10 Details of the review

    We can't say enough about how amazing this place is, from top to bottom. A truly lovely and practical and roomy villa in a castle, with a private pool and a view that never tires. It was hot while we were there and so we used the pool and took advantage of the air conditioning (there's a unit in every room in the house), and then there's the jacuzzi on the top deck, which was especially great at night when the temperature dropped a bit and the sky was as clear as you've ever seen for star-gazing. Of course this being a working winery there was never an issue finding a variety of bottles, and a nearby store in a town down the hill provided enough provisions (larger groceries are a little further away, but not a lot). Our host was both accessible and gracious , and check-in and check-out was a breeze. You definitely need a car - anywhere in Tuscany really requires one - but you may not feel the need to leave this place every day because of how wonderful it is.

  • Holiday date: 13/09/2022 Rating: 10/10 Details of the review

    Stunning property.

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