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Description from the manager
With a location just outside Cortona, you and your family will be able to experience all the fun and culture whenever you’d like while still having a quiet and comfortable vacation accommodation away from the crowds. Dating back to the 1800’s, this farmhouse in Tuscany is authentic and rustic. Plus you’ll be able to take day trips to Arezzo and Siena!
This farmhouse dates back to the 1800’s and is situated in an elevated position surrounded by woods. There are beautiful views of the Valdichiana, Lake Trasimeno, Montepulciano, and MT Amiata. There are also many walking and biking trails nearby. There is a patio wi...Read more
Cortona, Tuscany, Italy
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|Rate Summary||$0||$3,950 - $5,925||$0||7 nights|
|Mar. 23 2013 - Jun. 22 2013||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
|Jun. 22 2013 - Aug. 31 2013||-||$5,925||-||7 nights|
|Aug. 31 2013 - Sep. 28 2013||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
|Sep. 28 2013 - Dec. 14 2013||-||$3,950||-||7 nights|
|Dec. 14 2013 - Jan. 11 2014||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
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|Jan. 11 2014 - Apr. 12 2014||-||$3,950||-||7 nights|
|Apr. 12 2014 - Jun. 21 2014||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
|Jun. 21 2014 - Aug. 30 2014||-||$5,925||-||7 nights|
|Aug. 30 2014 - Sep. 27 2014||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
|Sep. 27 2014 - Dec. 13 2014||-||$3,950||-||7 nights|
|Dec. 13 2014 - Jan. 10 2015||-||$4,938||-||7 nights|
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What Past Guests Are Saying
Nancy's review of Villa Valdichiana
The villa was FANTASTIC!!! The view was breathtaking. The property was tremendous. Everyone in our group praised me for finding such a wonderful villa. The sunsets were gorgeous.
The view--a two million Euro view!
Didn't like that we saw 2 snakes.
We loved visiting the nearby hill towns. We liked the convenience of the train station. We took the train to Florence, instead of driving to the city.
Bill's review of Villa Valdichiana
Enjoyed our stay and opportunity to tour several hill towns in the area. The food was to die for.
View was outstanding and got several great shots of fabulous sunsets. The house is situated on a large hill overlooking the small town of Torontola and we could hear the church bell ringing. The vinelard and olive trees added much.
Villa is very isolated and is 2 miles from town on a dirt road, so dust makes car look terrible. View makes up for this problem!
All hill towns were charming. Closest place to us was Castiglione del Lago with lots of nice shops and a restuarant on the main street with outside seating. Cortona, Pienza and Arezzo were favorites.
Lilly's review of Villa Valdichiana
We had a very nice stay. I think the house was more than big enough for us. The owner was really sweet and came to clean the pool everyday.
We loved the view.
Didn't like the sheets. A featherbed would have done wonders for the beds.
We loved the nearest hilltown, Cortona. It was so close and really quaint.
Carole's review of Villa Valdichiana
The villa was wonderful in all ways. The cleanliness, the spaciousness, the view, and the privacy were great.
The magnificent view was my favorite aspect of staying at Villa Valdichiana. Each morning, I would sit with my coffee and watch the panoramic view of Tuscany and Umbria. Ahhh....how peaceful.
Perhaps the water pressure could have been stronger, but I realize that we are in a foreign country and this is part of the experience.
We loved the town of Cortona. Several in our group rated Cortona as more memorable than Siena and even Pisa.