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Large farmhouse that has been transformed into a holiday home and divided into 3 apartments in addition to an outbuilding in the hills of the Arno valley, between Florence and Pisa in an elevated position rising above the surrounding countryside with a characteristic panorama of the vineyards, woods and farmed fields. The farmhouse is part of a farm specialized in making wine and is located inside a property of 400 hectares with paths ideal for going on relaxing walks through the countryside. Thanks to the farmhouse's position, it offers a particularly mild climate that is airy and breezy in the summer. It is also ideal for groups of friends who want to spend their holiday together and who love to relax as well as go on cultural trips to the many cities and towns in Tuscany. The panorama allows you to fully enjoy the beauty of the surrounding countryside. The details of the farmhouse respect the local style and natural materials such as stone and terracotta have been used. The outdoor areas are characterised by a pretty lawn where there is a swimming pool (8x15, 1.20-2.60 m deep) (01/05-30/09) equipped with deck chairs, sun umbrellas, sun cots and chairs. All of the apartments have air conditioning, central heating, hair dryer in the bathrooms, satellite TV, stereo Wi-Fi internet connection and an alarm system. To be requested when booking and to be paid for on location: extra bed and bath linen change, maid service, chef and babysitting service, mountain bike hire, wine tasting, cooking course. A shared laundry room with washing machine and dryer is available to the guests. Parking inside the property.
PLEASE NOTE: arrivals must take place between 4.00 pm and 6.30 pm.


Available apartments in the property

Tartufaia 1
Sleeps: 8 Double bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4

Tartufaia 4
Sleeps: 8 Double bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3

Tartufaia 3
Sleeps: 4 Double bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2

Tartufaia 2
Sleeps: 6 Double bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2


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