Accommodation List


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Southern Marche

The perfect place to make the most of the most dramatic stretch of the Apennines.

Handsome pale brick villa, dating from 1879, reached along a short avenue of cypress trees.

200-year-old farmhouse, sits on a hillside offering magnificent views of the Sibillini mountains.

Charming villa built as a hunting lodge in the 1500s.

A traditional farmhouse in a splendid panoramic position, it has breathtaking views of of the Sibillini mountains. 

Steeped in the tranquillity of the Marche countryside, with panoramic views of medieval hilltop towns and the majestic Sibillini mountains, Casa della Marchesa and Casa Luisa are two large dream villas in a unique setting.
[Sleeps 9]

Steeped in the tranquillity of the Marche countryside, with panoramic views of medieval hilltop towns and the majestic Sibillini mountains, Casa della Marchesa and Casa Luisa are two large dream villas in a unique setting.
[Sleeps 8]

Northern Marche

Immersed in eighty acres of hazelnut and walnut trees, yet only four kilometres from Urbino.

Ca Mangano This imposing villa, secluded in the woods outside Urbania, has been the home of a local land-owning family for all of its four-hundred-year history.

Casale Torre del Sasso Set in verdant countryside just outside the lovely little town of Cagli.

La Maestade Tucked away in the hills above the village of Smirra, which lies between the historic town of Cagli and Acqualagna, la Maestade is an oasis of rural tranquillity.
Ca Cirigiolo This lovely old sandstone house is thought to have been built by Benedictine monks in the seventeenth century, although records show that there was a house on this spot two hundred years earlier.
Casa Ribechi The views alone make Casa Ribechi, a neat garden apartment attached to an old Marchigiani farmhouse, well worth the stay.
Chignoni Set in a remote woodland spot high in the Apennines, Chignoni, an eighteenth-century borgo, or hamlet, is a veritable oasis of peace and tranquility.
Val d’Orcia
Sant’ Alberto Less then 1km off the ‘Vecchia Cassia’ road which connects Siena and Rome.
Casa di Terra This handsome eighteenth century farmhouse was immaculately restored to create a house which combines elegance with traditional rustic features.
Palazzo Conti These lovely early seventeenth century farmhouses offer superb views of the rolling chalk hills that sweep up towards Montalcino and Pienza in the distance.
Poggio Covili Poggio Covili stands in the heart of the Val d’Orcia, among some of the finest scenery in Central Tuscany.
Tenuta di Spineto The magnificent abbey of Spineto, set in the wooded heart of southeastern Tuscany, was founded in 1085 by Benedictine monks who devoted their lives to study, meditation and farming.

Casa San Giuliano For guests who prefer a more personal and hospitable version of Tuscan country living, Casa San Giuliano offers bed & breakfast in an old farmhouse halfway between the villages of Sarteano and Radicófani.

Podere Pereti This newly restored country house is beautifully situated on a tranquil olive-clad ridge immediately outside the town of San Quirico, with superb views across Val d’Orcia…
Cosona The original castle of Cosona was destroyed in 1234, and the present fortified country house, still a noteable landmark among the picturesque Sienese hills around Pienza, dates back to 1400.
Giglianello There can hardly be a more beautifully furnished house in Tuscany than Giglianello. One half of an elegant old farmhouse on a hillside close to the village of Castiglione d’Orcia
Casa degli Horti Casa degli Horti is a delightful apartment on two floors within one of the medieval towers of the town walls of San Quirico.
[Sleeps: 3]
La Fraternita Stands at the end of a quiet ridge, looking out over a wide natural amphitheatre flanked by the towns of Montepulciano and Montefollonico. Its position guarantees absolute peace and tranquillity yet it stands on the doorstep of such historic towns as Montepulciano and Pienza.
[Sleeps 4 or 6]
Il Colle Set on a small hill just outside San Quirico d’Orcia, Il Colle combines the peace and tranquillity of the countryside with easy access to the amenities of a small town.
Casa Collegiata The apartment takes its name from the splendid Romanesque church directly opposite, whose ornate portals can be admired through the three lunette windows in the living room.
Casa di Mollie This delightful apartment, refurbished in 2002, is set into the medieval walls surrounding San Quirico d’Orcia.
La Rocca This cosy house is perched on the edge of Rocca D’Orcia, one of the most photogenic medieval villages in southern Tuscany.
Terra Rossa Compared to the rustic farmhouses which lend the countryside of southern Tuscany much of its charm, the red-brick building of Terra Rossa stands out immediately for the authority and symmetry of its Florentine design.
The Village House The Village House is on the edge of the little hilltop village of Castiglioncello. It is an old stone property all on one floor and to the front has panoramic, bird’s eye views of the whole of the Val d’Orcia.
Pieve di Caminino Pieve di Caminino is a unique property which is deeply rooted in the history of its locality.

The Tower House When the Tower House at Roccatederighi was restored by its architect owner, the entire interior, including huge wooden beams and an enormous Tuscan fireplace, had to be wheeled in along the narrow cobbled streets of the little medieval town.

Chianti & Florence
La Canigiana La Canigiana has an enviable position in peaceful countryside just a stone’s throw from Florence.

Fattoria di Bagnolo On a hillside a few miles southwest of Florence, near the little village of Impruneta, surrounded by its own vineyards and olive groves…

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Santa Maria Santa Maria is a superb villa standing in its own grounds on a hillside in the Umbrian countryside. A house of great character once owned by a choreographer, it still has the huge dance room with polished wooden floor.

Il Mulinaccino The Veschitelli family converted this Umbrian farmhouse into four exquisite apartments in 2003. Each apartment is uniquely styled and all have a warm country ambience, are well-equipped, and share the wonderful view to the south.