Chiesanuova Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Three properties sleep 20, 11 and 4.
Nestled in the heart of Chianti winemaking region, just 6 miles South of Florence and within easy reach of most popular tourist attractions in Tuscany, Le Montanine estate offers convenient and warmth accommodations for those seeking an unforgettable holiday amidst amazing views of Florence and its surroundings hills.
Visit Florence in the morning and bask on one of the relaxing and panoramic swimming-pools while tasting a glass of our Chianti wine and later give in to the inviting water and bathe in the sun rays. Possibility to visit some of the most idyllic hidden locations in Tuscany: enjoy a refreshing swim in an enchanted Pliocene landscape river or an Indiana Jones adventure at an ancient castle submerged by a wild forest.
The owners, Cristiana and Carla, along with their sons Enrico, Costantino and Irene and their grand-daughters will always be here to help you with planning your sightseeing tours.
New activity: archery range
Things to do in the property: If you have kids that you need to keep amused, don't worry! There is plenty to do in this area. There is plenty of inside and outside room to have fun and play at the two swimming-pools, gardens and forests. If you are interested we'll be glad to show you the vineyards and our wine cellar and tell you how our famous Chianti wines are made.
Don't forget to challenge your friends on a game at our table football!
Things to do In the local area: Florence, birthplace of Italian Renaissance, crammed full of wonderful museums, historical monuments and buildings dating back many hundred of years is just a 6 miles drive away.
Other nearby attractions include historic towns like Greve or Vinci, the birthplace of Leonardo, various town street markets, excellent restaurants, large shopping centres and fashion outlets, 18 holes golf courses, horse riding, biking, hiking and treetop adventure parks.
Things to do within 1 hr drive: Siena (don't miss the suggestive Palio, held twice a year on July 2nd and August 16th). Pisa, known throughout the world for its famous Leaning Tower. Lucca and its intact Renaissance era city walls. The small walled medieval hill town of San Gimignano with its towers which may be seen from several miles outside the town. The typical Etruscan cities of Volterra and Arezzo and nearby Cortona. The nice little town of Pienza, touchstone of Renaissance urbanism. The Tyrrenian sea with its white or rocky beaches. You'll also have many natural reserves to visit in the Apennines mountains, the famous Cave of the wind to explore, a couple of zoo. Medieval and Renaissance era reenactment events are held throughout the year in many Tuscan towns.
Details for La Sugherina 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered