Converted Barn Vacation Rental in Tuscany

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

Converted Barn Vacation Rental in Tuscany

This charming country cottage was recently converted from a traditional Tuscan barn. It is surrounded by a garden set in 5 hectares of olive grove and has a sun terrace and private pool affording breathtaking views over the Elsa valley, with San Gimignano in the distance. The owners produce their own extra-virgin olive oil.

The accommodation consists of two double bedrooms (15 m2 and 12 m2), a bathroom with shower and an open-plan living-dining area and kitchen (30 m2). The house is constructed and finished with traditional local materials and is tastefully decorated and furnished in a rustic style perfectly matched to the building. Solar panels ...Read more

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Giacomo A.

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Converted Barn Vacation Rental in Tuscany
Certaldo, Tuscany, Italy

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The hamlet of San Donnino is a small, secluded but cosmopolitan community. The nearest shops and restaurants are a five-minute drive away in Barberino val d'Elsa.
Larger shops and other amenities are to be found in Tavarnelle val di Pesa (10 min), Certaldo (15 min) and Poggibonsi (20 min).
It is a perfect starting point for visits to Tuscany's Unesco heritage sites and other nearby historic centres and market towns, and affords plenty of opportunities for discovering and enjoying the stunningly beautiful surrounding countryside. Distances: Florence (35km), Siena (35km), San Gimignano (18km), Certaldo Alto, birthplace of Boccaccio (10km).
The property is within the conservation area of Semifonte, the fortified city that was razed to the ground in 1202 by the Florentines, and it features a mediaeval spring, Font'alloro, which supplied water to the city.

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