The house is part of a historic building from the late 19th century and is made up of these apartments:
Our guests will have the opportunity to enjoy exclusive use of the terrace. This recently renovated apartment is part of a traditional Tuscan residence, and the modern decoration and amenities allow you to enjoy the comfort of the new while appreciating the architectural style of the preserved facade.
The quiet corner behind the bookshelf with desk and table lamp offers appropriate space for working, studying or writing, which can be alternated with the private balcony table for the outdoor lovers, and the fully equipped kitchen provides all the amenities you need to extend your stay and enjoy the Tuscan life in Montepulciano
You can use the large shared garden for both work, sunbathing or tasting the delicious wines of Montepulciano – or simply relaxing and enjoying yourself.
You are surrounded by excellent restaurants, wine bars, the beautiful Civic Museum and the historic cellars where the Nobile di Montepulciano wine is produced – a red wine made to be appreciated gently and slowly, alone or in good company. The churches, alleys, historical cafés with gorgeous views are all at your reach.
Montepulciano has for centuries been considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Famous for its great food and wine tradition, its historical and cultural importance and breathtaking landscapes, it remains today the masterpiece of Tuscan culture. Located in the middle of the iconic Tuscan countryside, yet easy to reach via motorways and railways, it offers the perfect combination for extended stays.
A large co-working space is available for SmartWay guests in the old town fortress (Fortezza), at the top of Montepulciano old town, with beautiful landscape views, free wifi access and coffee shops, restaurants and wineries underneath on the ground floor.
Getting around the area
The historic center of Montepulciano can be easily visited on foot but due to its location on a hill of over 600 meters, the walk up to the top can be challenging. There is a minibus service at the medieval town entrance gate (Porta al Prato) which can take you up to the Piazza Grande – where I recommend you start your visit, comfortably walking down the streets back to the base of the Poliziano hill.
If you would like to explore the surroundings, there are convenient bus routes from the central bus station bringing you to Siena, Firenze, Arezzo, Perugia and to all the small yet iconic towns nearby such as Pienza, Montalcino, Bagno Vignoni. E-bike rental services are a great option to explore more distant wineries while enjoying the panoramic views.
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