Agriturismo Podere Poggetto - Barberino Val d'Elsa, Firenze
Strada di Magliano, 10
50021 Barberino Val d'Elsa (Firenze)
Type: Farmhouse accommodation Geographical Location: Hill Accommodations:
n°2 Apartment , n°3 Two-roomed flat . Total Guests 26
The Farmhouse Podere Poggetto stretches on a vast surface of about 24 hectares on which typical cultivations of grapewine and olive trees, merge in the beutiful landscape of the Chianti scrub. Since the estate is part of a protected area, several species of animals can be found on the property.
Accommodations and Services in Agriturismo Podere Poggetto
The Farmhouse itself, stands in the middle of the property and it is divided in two big appartments:
The first appartement, on ground floor, streches on 80 square meters and can accomodate from 4 to 6 guests. It is composed of two double bedded spacious rooms, a bathroom with bath tub and a very confortable living room in which a fireplace and a new extra furnished kitchen can be found.
The second appartement, situated on the first floor, can accomodate from 6 to 8 guests and has a surface of 120 square meters. It is composed of 3 double bedded rooms, two bathrooms, one with bath tub, the other with a shower, a spacious living room in which a new extra furnished kitchen and a fireplace can be found and a beautiful solarium from which a unique view of the hills can be seen. Both appartments have been finely renewed and furnished keeping the same old Chianti country style.
Sport: Bowling green, Fishing, Ping-Pong, Tennis
Wellness: Thermal baths nearby, Massages
Internal Services: Acces Internet, Communal television, TV in room, TV sat, Wifi, Heating, Daily cleaning, Final cleaning
Educational activities: Educational activities, Farming museum, Nature studies, Guided tour of the farm
External services: Barbecue, Rental Bikes, Car park, Park
Experiences: Cycle tourism, Trekking, Art and Culture
Where we are
At the border between the Chianti area and Valdelsa lies Barberino and its sourroundings. Gentle hills covered by vineyards, olive trees, centuries old cypresses and oaks merge in a beautiful and unique landscape. the peculiarity of Barberino is also given by many medieval villages that dominate the valleys all around and kept unsullied their charme and their store of history.
Barberino. Its center, dating back to the Middle Ages, has the typical structure of the villages of that historical period: at both ends of the main road the ancient doors can still be found. They were the only access to the fortified village and led to Florence and Siena.
Sant'Appiano. Village dating back to the Etruscan and Roman age. Petrognano. it is what is left of Semifonte, a village pillaged and destroyed by Florence back in 1202 A.D.
Tignano, founded in 1000 A.D. is one of the few totally fortified villages still intact.
Vico is famous for its noble buildings and Linari a still fortified ancient village.