Siena Villa 9130
This villa is located in: San Casciano dei Bagni, Siena, ItalyClick to see bigger map
- Air Conditioning
- Maid Service
- Personal Chef
A 14 night minimum rental applies. See short stay exceptions below the description.
About the property
This spectacular property, located near the San Casciano dei Bagni area, offers elegance, comfort, and panoramic views beyond compare. The villa combines the best of sophisticated country living with the advantages of easy access to Florence and Rome.
Ground Floor: 1 guest bathroom.
First Floor: 2 queen bedrooms, each with spacious walk-in closet, flat-screen TV, and en-suite bathroom (1 with tub and hand held shower, plus separate shower area and scenic views; the other with special jet tub and phone). 1 queen bedroom with en-suite bathroom with tub with shower. 1 twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with tub and hand held shower, walk-in closets, desk, and flat-screen TV.
Guesthouse: 1 double bedroom with bathroom.
Ground Floor: 1 double bedroom with bathroom.
First Floor: 1 twin bedroom.
Ground Floor: Large foyer leads into kitchen with sitting area with flat-screen TV and cozy fireplace. Inviting dining room. Study with desk. Large living room with soft lighting, alcoves, cozy fireplace, and breathtaking views of landscaping and surrounding hills through French doors.
First Floor: Living room with fireplace and TV and desk area with phone.
Ground Floor: Large living room with fireplace and a fully- equipped kitchen.
This villa is set back from the main road by a winding dirt road. From its veranda, graduated steps lead down to a beautiful swimming pool (20x40m). The pergola off the kitchen offers a relaxing space for dining al fresco.
A/C in all bedrooms except Guesthouse bedroom, fireplaces, Wifi Internet, flat-screen Satellite TV, washer and dryer, dishwasher, hair dryers, private parking.
The grand architectural details of this villa make a stay here a majestic experience. Set far back from the road, the front columns, graduated steps and pergola add a sophisticated grandeur that complements the soft lighting and curved arches inside the spacious interiors.
- Electricity, A/C, heating, water and final cleaning included
- Housekeeping service included (2 housekeepers) for 3 hours 5 days per week (except Sunday)
- Mid-week change of bed linen included
- Welcome dinner: included, with 2 bottles of wine
- Wi-Fi connection available
- Extra housekeeping on request: €14 per hour
- Personal laundry and ironing service extra: €14 per hour
- Change of bath and linens: €50 for main villa
- Cook service on request: €14 per hour + €14 per hour for helper—full-time cook service on request, price to be negotiated ad hoc
- Telephone charges extra
- Security deposit: €2,000 due upon arrival in cash
- Pets allowed —two quiet dogs on the property (inside a fence, away from the villa)
Average Distances by Car
San Casciano dei Bagni - 15 minute walk
Siena - 1 hour
Florence - 2 hours
Rome - 2.5 hours
What To Do
While other parts of Tuscany have developed industries that have done much for the economy but little for the landscape, the "Crete Senesi" area and the neighboring "Val d'Orcia" have largely remained true to their early agricultural vocation. Today this means local products of outstanding quality, made with traditional methods and skills that are handed down from generation to generation. The best-known of these are Montalcino's distinguished Brunello red wine and the Vino Nobile of Montepulciano, both of which are the perfect complement to dishes based on the wild game of the area: pheasant, quail, hare,
and wild boar. Likewise, the Pecorino cheeses made with ewe's milk from the Pienza pastures are now in great demand. One of the best food stores in the Pienza area is La Cornucopia (2 Piazza Martiri della Liberta) where you can find sweets, honey and cheeses.
While visiting the famous wine producing town of Montalcino and the artistic jewel of Pienza, you will be fascinated by their charm and history. Montalcino has a wealth of superb paintings and sculptures that make its beautifully renovated museum such a remarkable attraction. Pienza's beauty was used as a backdrop to Franco Zeffirelli's masterpiece: "Romeo and Juliet."
Taverna del Grappolo Blu Tasty home made pastas and excellent meats to accompany the warm, rustic interior and friendly service. English speaking staff.
Ristorante il Moro Home-style cooking, popular with the locals.
Latte di Luna Excellent local cooking: homemade pasta and meats. Popular with the locals for the roasted pig.
Ristorante Daniela Tuscan cuisine at its best and a favorite to locals.
Pizzeria La Fornarina Great pizzeria and bakery for groups traveling with children.
Mondo X, Ristorante La Frateria, at Convento di St. Francesco One of the most elegant restaurants in the area with prix fix and a la carte menus. Beautifully set in a historical convent. Easily €100 per person.
Osteria Vecchia Excellent Tuscan cooking and local favorite. Nice variety of fresh seasonal and regional dishes, superb homemade pastas, great value for the money. Closed Tuesdays in low season
La Grotta A classic restaurant with refined foods and a great selection of Vino Nobile wines.
Osteria Da Gagliano Excellent Tuscan cooking in a classic small Osteria.
Short stay exceptions: Rentals relating to Corporate events/wedding/films please contact the relevant Villa Getaways agent to ask the suitability of this property.