Describe your accommodation An ancient medieval hostel, once entrusted to the “pigione” (ant. For “host”) to welcome pilgrims and merchants passing through on the way to Arezzo. House on two floors with a beautiful vine on the door that gives shade to the terrace on the hottest summer days. Stone walls, wooden beams, the old hearth are just some of the features that make this ancient tower a special place to rest, work and enjoy the simplicity of Tuscan living.
Your space An external terrace leads to the private entrance, with a strawberry grape vine pergola to welcome you with its luxuriant undulate. On the entrance, the kitchen with dining room, well equipped for any home-cooked meal, and a double bedroom with full bathroom obtained from the basement! On the first floor, climbing the original stone stairs, a living room with TV (Netflix, Prime Video) and a beautiful antique game table, also suitable as a work station. On the same floor, a bedroom with two single beds, and a bathroom with shower. Large windows give light to the rooms, the soft colors of the sunset in front of the house will give you moments of peace in the heart of this small Tuscan village, in the hills. Life in the village flows quietly … everything is on a human scale with essential services such as bars, shops and restaurants within walking distance from home.
The district The Valdarno welcomes the flow of the Arno river towards Florence. South of Florence, north of Arezzo, we have the Chianti hills on one side and the imposing Pratomagno chain on the other. This is an area rich in history and unique natural beauties, such as Le Balze. An area of recent industrial development which, however, has its roots in ancient peasant and mountain traditions thanks to a rich and varied territory and a very fertile soil. Many small companies and small producers and artisans make this area very interesting from a tourist, eno-gastronomic and productive point of view, it will be a pleasure to welcome you and introduce you to our territory, whose beauties are still mostly unknown to travelers, and thanks to our local knowledge network at km0 you cannot leave without sitting down to taste dishes and excellence of Tuscan culture and tradition!
Getting around the area Think of public transport stops nearby, driving tips or walking routes you would recommend to your guests. There are bus connections to Arezzo, Montevarchi and the Valdarno in general, Siena, Florence but we recommend having a car as the number of rides is very limited, especially on weekends and during the summer season. If you are unable to drive, we have proposals for transfers that we can propose to you.
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