|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This luxurious and historical castle is located amidst the beauty of southern Tuscany not far from the Maremma coastline. A wonderful option for family reunions and weddings, this large castle has antiques and grand entrance halls. There a personal assistant available 24 hours a day… and is walking distance to a small historic town!
The castle’s enclosed private swimming pool is open from mid-May through the end of September. It overlooks a split-level olive grove and during the hot daytime hours is shaded by historic pine trees. There is a rose garden and lawn in the castle's rear garden, equipped with comfortable lounge chairs. There is also a small outdoor bar as well as a patio for al fresco dining. Parking is available on the grounds.
Ground Floor: The entrance leads into a hall graced by oil paintings and important 18th century antiques. To the left of the entrance is a small sitting room furnished with an antique wooden writing table and bookcase. Another sitting room is situated at the end of the entrance hall; it includes a bar and fireplace. There is also a living room with comfortable couches, satellite TV, and Internet access. The dining room is situated to the right of the entrance hall; a door leads to an additional, smaller dining room and to the kitchen. There are staircases leading to the first floor on both sides of the entrance hall. First floor: The staircase on the left leads to a suite with a “matrimoniale” bed (composed of 2 twin-beds pushed together), bathroom with shower, and terrace. There is an additional suite, without terrace access, with bathroom with tub and overhead shower. There are two additional bedrooms with “matrimoniale” beds (composed of twin-beds pushed together) and en suite bathrooms, one with tub and overhead shower, the other with shower only. The tower, which houses a small bedroom, can be accessed via this wing. The staircase on the right of the entrance hall is furnished with two antique suits of armor. This wing includes the Grand Duke's bedroom, painted in cardinal red, has a king-size bed and ensuite bathroom with tub and overhead shower. It is furnished with 17th Century antiques and it overlooks the gardens. There are two additional suites in this wing, both with matrimoniale beds (composed of twin-beds pushed together) and en suite bathrooms with tub and overhead shower. One suite overlooks the southern garden, while the other overlooks the northern garden. Mezzanine: The mezzanine level, located between the first and ground floors, includes two double bedrooms with queen-size beds and en suite bathroom with tub and overhead shower. A staircase leads to an attic, with a junior suite with exposed wooden beams and a countryside view. There is a “matrimoniale” antique iron bed and en suite bathroom with tub and overhead shower.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash. Vineyard Tours Available: Upon Request Coastline Cruises: Upon Request Chef Available: Upon Request Golf Excursions: Upon Request Horseback Riding: Upon Request Additional Housekeeping Available: 15 Euro per hour Please Note: Air Conditioning: Available only in the bedrooms.
Situated just opposite the island of Elba this castle, once the home of the Grand Duke of Tuscany, is located halfway between Lucca and Siena. The castle overlooks an olive grove and the Maremma coastline beyond. The castle is within walking distance of the small town of Campiglia Marittima, an historical town with some small shops and cafes. It is within easy driving distance of Venturina, a more modern town with a larger selection of shops and cafes. The Maremma coastline has 160 km of shoreline, composed of sandy and rocky beaches, and many popular towns including Castiglione della Pescaia, Marina di Grosseto, Marina di Alberese, Follonica and Punt’Ala. Additional day trips from this castle include Volterra and Pisa. Nearby Attractions: The coast of Maremma is a natural paradise of southern Tuscany. There are several areas worth exploring including the Argentario peninsula, the village of Talamone and the Tuscan Archipelago which can be reached by boat from any of the local harbors and ports. Water sport enthusiasts should visit the area of Argentario for diving and snorkeling or for excursions on land, go the Nature Park of Maremma and go horseback riding. Remnants of the Etruscan and Roman areas are visible in many towns including Talamone, with a 15th century castle, Capalbio, which boasts a fortress and medieval city center, and Magliano in Toscana, where visitors can hike or bike among the remains of the 12th century Romanesque chuch of San Bruzio. Florence: 150 km/93 mi Pisa: 70 km/43.5 mi Volterra: 50 km/31 mi Massa Marittima: 30 km/18.5 mi Punta Ala: 20 km/12.5 mi Castagneto Carducci vineyards: 10 km/6 mi Baratti: 10 km/6 mi Etruscan tombs of Populonia: 10 km/6 mi San Vincenzo: 7 km/4 mi Campiglia Marittima: Walking Distance
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Dec 20 2014 - Jan 3 2015
7 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.