Charming apartment located in a building created on an ancient convent of Poppi, one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. The house is located under the typical arcades of the medieval Tuscan villages and every morning sipping your coffee you can admire the imposing Castle of the Counts Guidi that overlooks the Casentino valley and the apartment.
The apartment covers 110 square meters, harmonized by a vintage and rustic style thanks to the exposed beams, consisting of two rooms that can accommodate up to six people. The typical environment of the Tuscan countryside offers a comfortable refuge for families or groups of friends from the stress of everyday life.
The house is equipped with all the comforts, heating, linen, WI-FI, kitchen, to spend some nice moments together in the kitchen or all around the fireplace. Two rooms formed by double beds offer the right privacy also seen the presence of two bathrooms adjacent to the rooms. Near the apartment there are all the necessary services, from transport to food and bars.
From the terrace of the house you can admire the Castle of the Counts Guidi which maintains all the charm that has characterized it for centuries; preserved, perfectly, offers a nice audio guide that will accompany you to the rooms experienced by great actors of our culture such as Dante Alighieri who spent a year during his period of exile from Florence. The Casentino valley is surrounded by greenery and nature, presents on the territory innumerable churches and castles such as Romena, Porciano, Valenzano and others, all open to visitors.
The village of Poppi is in a strategic position as only 59 km away is the Tuscan capital, Florence, the pearl of Tuscany and just over an hour there is the Adriatic coast and wonderful cities of art such as Siena and Perugia. Nearby you can enjoy golf, tennis and swimming pools, there are organized excursions on foot, by bike or horse, throughout the year on the paths of the wonderful National Park of Casentino Forests and the magnificent meadows of Pratomagno.
Also a few minutes by car you can admire the majestic Franciscan Sanctuary of La Verna that hosted St. Francis of Assisi during the miracle of the stigmata. Finally, how not to give an audience to the Hermitage of Camaldoli, founded a thousand years ago by San Romualdo and which still today houses a Benedictine community.