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Description from manager

Bedrooms 6 / Bathrooms 2 / Sleeps 10 / Villa
Bedrooms: 6  Bathrooms: 2  Sleeps: 10  Type: Villa
Camporempoli
TripAdvisor property ID 2026236

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Book this 6 bedroom villa in Lucarelli today! A total of 10 people can sleep here comfortably.

Guests can enjoy a pool, internet access, and dishwasher among other amenities offered by this rental.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4.5/5 thanks to an average of 12 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $3538 to as high as $9456, depending on travel dates.

The manager responds to 95% of inquiries and last updated the property’s calendar Aug 23, 2017.

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About the manager

About the manager

Salogi Srl
Response rate:
95%
Calendar last updated:
23 Aug 2017
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English, French, German, Italian

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Lucarelli Attractions

Amenities

Amenities

General


  • Fireplace
  • Washing machine

Phone / Internet


  • Internet access

Pool / Spa


  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)

Kitchen


  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Stove

Entertainment


  • TV

Outdoor


  • Balcony or terrace

Suitability


  • Children
  • Pets
  • Smoking allowed

Reviews

Reviews (12)

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“Un havre de paix”

Reviewed 15 Feb 2014

Nous avons passé une semaine inoubliable a Camporempoli, lors des vacances scolaires de mai. La maison est très belle, grande et meublée avec beaucoup de goût (un mélange italo-anglais). Bien que nombreux (8 adultes et 3 enfants,entre 6 mois et 4 ans), chaque famille a pu trouver son intimité dans les très grandes chambres avec salle de bain individuelle. Mon mari a beaucoup apprécié la cuisine, très bien équipée, avec vue sur les collines du Chianti, où il a pu laisser libre cours à son inspiration culinaire! Les extérieurs sont très bien entretenus et une jolie promenade est à faire dans les sous bois à l'arrière de la maison. Les enfants ont été ravis de profiter de tout cet espace! On est impatient de pouvoir y retourner...

“Charme, saveurs et coleurs de la Bell'Italia”

Reviewed 22 Jan 2014

La vue du Jardin de Camporempoli domine à 180 dégrée la vallée du Chianti avec ses collines, ses bourgs médiévaux et ses étendues de vignes et d'oliviers. Charme, authenticité et gout raffinée rustique caractérisent cette villa qui vous laisse deviner, par les objects, les photos et la bibliothèque, l'histoire de ses propriétaires. Nous nous sommes retrouvés en team pour une semaine de travail qui, entre un vin excellent, rdv au bord de la piscine ou encore grillades avec la meilleure viande de Toscane, nous a inspirés dans notre projet. A part le relax total on peut choisir de faire des magnifiques promendes à cheval ou des visites cultures entre Siena et Florence. Fortement conseillé aussi en famille.

“Best view in Tuscany”

Reviewed 26 Dec 2013

We studied the Salogi catalog for our first foray at renting in Italy. It came down to six "finalists". We gambled on Camporempoli as it was featured as "the best view in Tuscany". Salogi had it right. A decade on, we have not missed a year. The country style house has a wonderful pool with a panorama to die for, fully functional kitchen, lots of space for family or guests, and a decor that blends the gardens, rustic stone and creature comforts in perfect balance. Dawn to dusk, we are transfixed by the play of light on the vineyards and ancient villas across the valley. A spot you'll never forget.

“A truly incredible experience: a much loved family home with out”

Reviewed 16 Dec 2013

It did take us a while to find the villa. However, it soon became apparent that this perfect location offered tranquility and a really peaceful, relaxing holiday; with fabulous local markets a few minutes drive away. The local produce was delicious and we found probably the best bakery and butcher ever in the village of Rada in Chianti. The proximity to the beautiful towns of Sienna and Florence meant everyday we were spoilt for choice on things to do and see. The view from the villa is amazing, when you look out from the infinity pool you feel so at peace. There was a very sweet maid that came in often to keep the place clean and help prepare food. The many large rooms offered pleasure and comfort for everyone in my family. I would certainly recommend this to any family looking for a fantastic holiday, a week never to be forgotten.

“A charming house on an idyllic site”

Reviewed 6 Dec 2013

Our stay in this lovely house together with another couple was a blissfully peaceful week, marked by great meals cooked in the very well-equipped kitchen, walks in the hills and reading by the fire in the evening. The bedrooms are large and comfortable, and the whole house beautifully decorated. There was not an abundance of hot water, but as long as only one person showered at a time it was fine. The drive is steep, but the newly-cemented corners made it more than possible for our rented Fiat Punto. And autumn in Tuscany is brilliant!

“Unbelievably beautiful”

Reviewed 5 Dec 2013

This beautiful house and area are incomparable. The lovely stone house has six bedrooms including a wonderful turret with 360 degree views perfect for children. We had my husband's extended family and all were happily accommodated. Bedrooms are each individually and tastefully decorated. The staff keeps the house and grounds beautifully. The infinity pool looks over an amazing view of the vineyards, forests, and medieval town on the hill opposite. Dining can be alfresco or inside. A lovely Tuscan fireplace makes for romantic warmth even on chilly nights. The driveway that gets you up to this spectacular setting is paved at any steep areas making it easily driven. The surrounding area is dotted with numerous medieval towns, each with at least one outstanding restaurant, Coop shopping, and arts and craft shops. Greve hosts an authentic and comprehensive market of local goods and produce on Saturdays. With Sienna only 1/2 hour away and Florence 55 minutes (Italian bus system is amazing) one never runs out of things to do. Cooking schools, wine tours, sightseeing tours are all available in the area. My personal preference is sitting at the house soaking in the amazing beauty.

“Delightful November stay at Camporempoli”

Reviewed 2 Dec 2013

We have just had the most lovely autumn visit to Camporempoli very near the lovely town of Radda in Chianti on the road towards Florence - turn left and up and up you go over the brand-newly cemented steeper bits of the private road to arrive almost on the top of a hill at Camporempoli and you are rewarded with what must be the most sensational view of any villa in Tuscany...vineyards and olive groves with little villages perched on their crests all the way to the horizon. Amazing views from every window and the terrace along the house with a sweet snug piazza surrounded by flowers behind the property, both with tables and chairs for al fresco eating. - Every room is beautifully and tastefully decorated making it a pleasure to stay there and just not move, even out of the summer season. Having said that there are some delightful places to explore nearby, like San Sano and Volpaia and perfect walks through the countryside with fine restaurants open even in November. We felt well looked after and spoiled by the staff, we couldn't be happier with the property and hope to come back next year for another restful and delightful holiday.

“Beauté Volée”

Reviewed 30 Nov 2013

Propriété idyllique perchée sur une colline verdoyante avec vue imprenable sur la campagne Toscane et ses villages pittoresques. Discrète, élégante, calme et chaleureuse, cette maison semble tout droit issue d'un film de Bertolucci ou de Kenneth Brannagh. En été, difficile de choisir entre les différents espaces extérieurs qu'offre le jardin... le bord de la piscine ou encore un des multiples canapés fort confortables sous les voutes accueillantes et fraiches du salon. La cuisine est belle et fonctionnelle, (ce qui tombe bien étant donné la qualité de la cuisine du Chianti !). Les chambres sont toutes plus charmantes les unes que les autres, les salles de bains ont de grandes baignoires très agréables et sont spacieuses. Martha, gardienne du lieu charismatique (avec elle on se sent en sécurité), est à disposition pour n'importe quelle demande. J'ai adoré séjourner à Camporempoli au mois d'août et aimerais désormais le découvrir en hiver car on y trouve aussi de grandes bibliothèques remplies de romans français et étrangers qui donnent envie de s'allonger au coin du feu (très belle cheminée) tout en regardant le paysage à travers les immenses baies vitrées.

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