Type: Farmhouse accommodation Geographical Location: Hill Accommodations:
n°2 Apartment , n°6 Double bed room, n°2 Suite. Total Guests 24
A highly sophisticated and elegant area of Tuscany is unveiled to visitors who come to discover Agriturismo Cantagrillo, an ancient farmhouse located on the Chianti hills overlooking Montalbano and Vinci, the hometown of the renowned Leonardo.
Recently restored with passion and charm, the holiday farm is the perfect place for a relaxing stay, distinguished by a modern and thoughtful mood: lighting, furniture, textiles and details have personally being supervised by the owner, to create a graceful and classy ensemble, where everyone will naturally feel at ease.
Perfect for a short staying or for a holiday allowing to explore the wonderful surroundings.
Accommodations and Services in Agriturismo Cantagrillo
The houses, divided in apartments full of light and in spacious rooms with panoramic view on the surrounding countryside, combines elegance and comfort with the enchantment of the relaxing Tuscan panorama, revealing itself in all its peculiarity thanks to the large windows.
Internal Services: Acces Internet, Air conditioning, Communal telephone, Communal television, TV in room, TV sat, Heating, Daily cleaning, Final cleaning
External services: Barbecue, Rental Bikes, Car park, Park
The swimming-pool and the three nearby golf camps will contribute to make your staying even more relaxing and will please also sport-lovers.
Agriturismo Cantagrillo has chosen to sustain the environment and has installed solar panels to produce hot water and a system to save water.
For heating and air-conditioning, it uses environment-friendly heat-pumps and it complies with the recyclable-waste collection and of phytodepuration
Where we areOur holiday farm is located in a particularly privileged position from a historic and cultural point of view, starting with our town of Vinci, Leonardo’s hometown with the museum with his inventions.Our guests can reach in a short time the city of Florence (35 km away), the cities of Pisa and Lucca (40 km away) and Siena (60 km away).
In the surroundings, there are also smaller towns with as much history and culture such as San Miniato, ancient village retreated up a hill, nationally renowned also for the “Truffle Feast” which is held every year in November; San Gimignano the medieval town of the hundred towers; Volterra the Etruscan town where alabaster is produced and Certaldo the medieval village where Boccaccio was born.
Furthermore, if you want to go to the seaside, in less than an hour you can reach Versilia, the famous Tuscan coast with its renowned beach resorts: the fashionable Forte dei Marmi and the more popular Viareggio, famous all over Italy for its Carnival.