About this listing
A small cosy and idyllic house among the olive trees, near the medieval borough of Cennina.
Traditional Tuscan house on two floors, surrounded by olive trees and five majestic oaks.
The upper floor consists in one living/dining room with fully equipped modern kitchen and a small fire place. A wooden staircase leads to the sleeping room downstairs, with its full modern bathroom and a big French window that opens on a nice panoramic terrace. There is a sofa bed on the upper floor for one adult or 2 children.
The furniture has been chosen with special care, in order to guarantee a pleasant and homey atmosphere.
The garden is welcoming and cosy and you can enjoy an amazing view on the village Cennina, on the Arno Valley with the Pratomagno mountains in the backgorund and on the Ambra Valley down below. Very peaceful and perfect for hiking, cycling or for relaxing.
The guests wil have access to an independent cottage with own garden and private parking.
Interaction with Guests
We'll follow our guests needs closely and with the help of our cousin Giuseppina. She'll check you in, show you the house and take care of all your needs. You can even arrange a special Tuscan dinner prepared by her, she's a special cook!
The medioeval village of Cennina is located on an airy hill (500 m high) in a strategic position, 30 minutes from Siena or Arezzo and 45 min from Florence. It's only a five minutes walk from the cottage. In the neighbourhood there are plenty of lovely typical villages and small towns, that are worth visiting, as well as extraordinary wine estates.
You can either arrange for the classic wine tasting tour in the Chianti Classico, starting from Castel Nuovo Berardenga, a 20 minutes drive from Cennina, or choose the alternative local Chianti dei Colli Aretini wine tasting tour with a choice of tens and tens of small delicious producers.
Please note that the only option to reach the cottage and to get around is by car.
Please note the €50 fee for final cleaning to be paid cash on arrival.
We expect our guest to respect the place as if it were their own, to leave it as they found it and to be honest and tell us if anything went wrong (on both sides).