Farmhouse Holidays summer Residence Casa Italia Vinci
Relax and holiday in Tuscany: our farmhouse Residence Casa Italia is just a short distance from Florence, Pisa, Siena and two kilometers from the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci. We produce Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Montalbano Chianti.Two beautiful swimming pools overlooking the valley below almost seem to make you feel that you are diving into the sky. Footpaths and cycle tracks among the olive trees and vineyards around the hills bring you to the tennis court and the five-a-side football pitch.
The residence is situated in the, hills in a very quiet area and it is surrounded by a Mediterranean garden with olive-trees, vineyards and thousands of plants (aromatic plants , and shrubs which provide plenty of shade in the summer months). In each point of the residence guests can enjoy a unique panoramic view of the beautiful Tuscan landscape. In the residence there is : a heated swimming pool 7m x 15m, , Jacuzzi, tennis court, bowling green table-tennis, childrens playground , quiet areas, terrace with view, where guests.
2-rooms-apartments: about 50-60sq.mts on the ground floor and first floor, independent terrace, living-room with sofa-bed, stone kitchen in “cotto veneto”, in Tuscan rustic style, with all electric appliances included; double bedroom, ante-room and bathroom with shower, for 4 - 5 persons.
Apartments top-floor on two floors: situated on the ground floor, with independent terrace, about 60sm, composed: kitchen (as mentioned above), living-room with sofa-bed, bathroom with shower, wooden stair and on the mezzanine floor, a wonderful double bedroom and a little bedroom. for 5 persons.
3-room apartments: situated on the first floor, independent terrace, wide living-room with kitchen (as above), ante-room, 2 double bedrooms, wide bathroom with shower. For 6 persons.
Each apartment is furnished with sat-TV, stereophonic system, independent phone with direct dialling, independent heating.
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This page was last updated: 20 October 2010