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Villa Federico

Siena Area, Tuscany, Italy
Sleeps 13:  $1,110 - $1,777 / night
  • 7 Bedrooms

  • 7 Bathrooms

    (6 Ensuite)

  • Pool

Into the woods you'll go—to escape to this exquisite stone villa with two separate annexes (with private entrances)—tucked into the rolling, verdant hills of Tuscany and San Casciano dei Bagni. Approach the 3,000 sq. ft. property via a winding, uphill country road, and feast your eyes on the undulating countryside, lush olive trees, surrounding lavender, and quiet charm.

The rustic stone villa has an atmosphere of gracious calm and storybook magic. Step inside the entryway to a cozy foyer, sitting room and spacious living area warmed by a open-fire fireplace. The interior features exceptional tiled terracotta floors, dramatic high ceilings, soft neutral hues, eye-opening windows, and a series of never-ending French doors that open up the living space to the delightful hills and landscaping beyond. On the ground floor, the lovely dining room extends through French doors to the pool and pergola. The modern kitchen with wood-burning stove connects through French doors to an outside patio with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. And there are two ground floor bedrooms, one with a beautiful French bed and one twin bedroom, each with large French doors with access to the lawn and patio. On the first floor, you can bury yourself in a cozy study area with fax, computer, and high speed Internet—reachable via a separate front-driveway entry, up steps. The two annexes can be entered discreetly via upper and lower doorways, and offer queen/twin bedroom suites and kitchenette areas. Three of the seven varied bedrooms in the annexes and villa have soothing Jacuzzi tubs and all bedrooms in the main villa have en suite bathrooms.

Federico offers an escape from the ordinary and an entry to the sublime. While away long afternoons at the swimming pool (6 x 12 m), dine al fresco on the patio, or in the barbecue area or pergola. The property is just steps from the rolling Tuscan hills; hike daily or use complementary mountain bikes (limited number). For further pampering and relaxation, the famed therapeutic thermal spring spa is just a walk away. Later on, wander down the road to a charming local bistro that offers regular tastings of local wines. Get into the spirit and frame of mind for a satisfying sojourn of mythic proportions.

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      Into the woods you'll go—to escape to this exquisite stone villa with two separate annexes (with private entrances)—tucked into the rolling, verdant hills of Tuscany and San Casciano dei Bagni. Approach the 3,000 sq. ft. property via a winding, uphill country road, and feast your eyes on the undulating countryside, lush olive trees, surrounding lavender, and quiet charm.

      The rustic stone villa has an atmosphere of gracious calm and storybook magic. Step inside the entryway to a cozy foyer, sitting room and spacious living area warmed by a open-fire fireplace. The interior features exceptional tiled terracotta floors, dramatic high ceilings, soft neutral hues, eye-opening windows, and a series of never-ending French doors that open up the living space to the delightful hills and landscaping beyond. On the ground floor, the lovely dining room extends through French doors to the pool and pergola. The modern kitchen with wood-burning stove connects through French doors to an outside patio with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. And there are two ground floor bedrooms, one with a beautiful French bed and one twin bedroom, each with large French doors with access to the lawn and patio. On the first floor, you can bury yourself in a cozy study area with fax, computer, and high speed Internet—reachable via a separate front-driveway entry, up steps. The two annexes can be entered discreetly via upper and lower doorways, and offer queen/twin bedroom suites and kitchenette areas. Three of the seven varied bedrooms in the annexes and villa have soothing Jacuzzi tubs and all bedrooms in the main villa have en suite bathrooms.

      Federico offers an escape from the ordinary and an entry to the sublime. While away long afternoons at the swimming pool (6 x 12 m), dine al fresco on the patio, or in the barbecue area or pergola. The property is just steps from the rolling Tuscan hills; hike daily or use complementary mountain bikes (limited number). For further pampering and relaxation, the famed therapeutic thermal spring spa is just a walk away. Later on, wander down the road to a charming local bistro that offers regular tastings of local wines. Get into the spirit and frame of mind for a satisfying sojourn of mythic proportions.

      BEDROOM & BATHROOM


      Main House

      • Bedroom 1: Twin bed, En-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, Towel heater, Hair dryer
      • Bedroom 2: French bed, En-suite bathroom with shower, Towel heater, Hair dryer, Ideal for 2 children or 1 adult
      • Bedroom 3: Queen size bed, En-suite bathroom with shower and Jacuzzi tub, Towel heater, Hair dryer
      • Bedroom 4: Queen size bed, En-suite bathroom with handheld shower and tub, Towel heater, Hair dryer
      • Bedroom 5: Twin bed, En-suite bathroom with shower, Towel heater, Hair dryer 

       

      Annex

      • Bedroom 6 – Annex I: 2 Twin beds (pushed together to make Queen), En-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi and shower, Towel heater, Hair dryer, Kitchenette, Fridge, Separate entrance

      • Bedroom 7 – Annex II: 2 Twin beds (pushed together to make Queen), Private bathroom with tub and shower, Fireplace, Towel heater, Hair dryer, Kitchenette, Fridge, Separate entrance

      FEATURES & AMENITIES

      • Fireplace
      • Satellite TV
      • Study area
      • Fax machine
      • Computer
      • Wi-Fi
      • Fully equipped kitchen
      • Wood-burning stove
      • Washer/dryer

      OUTDOOR FEATURES

      • Swimming pool
      • Pergola
      • Outdoor furniture
      • Alfresco dining
      • BBQ grill
      • Private parking

      STAFF & SERVICES

      Included:

      • Electricity consumption
      • Final cleaning service
      • Water consumption
      • Breakfast service – Monday to Friday
      • Maid service – 4 hours a day, Monday to Friday
      • Bath linen change mid-week

      Extra Cost (advance notice may be required):

      • Villa pre-stocking
      • Activities and excursions
      • Air conditioning consumption
      • Heating consumption
      • Pool heating
      • Additional housekeeping service
      • Phone charges
      • Dinner service
      • Laundry service

      VILLA POLICIES

      • Maximum 13 guests
      • Children welcome
      • Non-smoking villa
      • Small pets permitted
      • Social events (upon request only, event fees may be applicable)
      • All services not included in the rates are to be paid locally
      • Villa is rented on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday
      • Check-in: Between 4 PM - 6PM
      • Check-out: 10 AM

       LOCATION

      • 5 minutes drive to:
        • Shops
        • Restaurants
        • San Casciano dei Bagni town
      • 10 miles to Cetona
      • 34 miles to Orvieto
      • 66 miles to Siena
      • 89 miles to Florence Peretola Airport (FLR)
      • 120 miles to Rome

      Additional Information What to do in the San Casciano dei Bagni region of Tuscany?

      Take a visit to the renowned thermal spa in San Casciano dei Bagni. It was the Etruscans who first discovered the healing properties of the thermal waters in Val d'Orcia. In the 17th century, the renowned Medici family built a series of baths, which have been reborn as a luxurious new spa featured in Travel & Leisure.

      The enchanting town of Cetona will charm you with its cobblestone streets and medieval architecture. This lovely village has grown in popularity as a home for international artists and socialites. Stop for an exquisite lunch or dinner at Osteria Vecchia (so good!)—you won't be disappointed.

      Definitely worth a visit are Orvieto, Assisi and Todi. Head to Deruta to shop for the renowned local ceramics. Last but not least, make sure to check out the chocolate museum in Perugia!

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