Locanda del Viandante - The old stone farmhouse

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  • Cottage
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 17

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 17

Type: Cottage

Locanda del Viandante - The old stone farmhouse

Surrounded by nature in the atmosphere of peace and harmony, there is a beautiful old stone farmhouse in Valle di Mezzo - Anghiari. The recent restoration resulted in four apartments, all charmingly furnished with local traditional furniture and linen in Tuscan style.

Inspired by the scents of the plants in the area of Monti Rognosi nature park , Biancospino hawthorn , Erica heather, Ginepro juniper and Timo thyme are the four apartments (2 to 5 beds) waiting for you in Valle di Mezzo-Anghiari, all with separate entrance and fascinating views of nature and the surrounding hills. Characterized by wood-beamed ceilings and stone slabs, private bathroom, ...Read more

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Locanda del Viandante - The old stone farmhouse
Anghiari, Tuscany, Italy

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-Nature ParK of Monti Rognosi and Sovara Valley-
There is a handful of rocks that rises in the hills. Above Anghiari. A dark handful. Shady rocks. As high as mountains. They arise right in the middle of the fields oh hay, poppies and olie trees. Detached from the Tuscan sweetness. Unique. Tough as the us, the people of tuscan Apennines Rough on the surface and delicate on the inside, that is what Monti Rognosi are like. Bare rocks full of mystery.
Frightening. But come closer, look closely. The menacing fist will then open and offer its gems. Precious minerals of amazing colours which change in the sun, in the rain, in the moonlight. They are called Ophiolites, or Snake Stones: flakes with geen glints and yellow flashes, shades of copper, and, here and there, strands of silver and traces of gold. Explore the Monti Rognosi, as did the Etruscans and the Romans. From the middle Ages until the nineteenth century. Collected, sorted, merged stones. Caves, crevices, holes. Treasures and mysteries protected by pine trees and courageous unique vegetation. Even stubborn, at times, offering flowers and scents season after season to that handful of hostile nature turning its hostility into a caress.

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats



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