Description

Private Villa
Chianciano Terme
5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
Sleeps 10

€4,100 – €5,650/week

This beautiful and spacious house is of a traditional Tuscan style but was lovingly renovated in 2006. It contains antique furniture, local pottery, terracotta floors and an ancient stone fireplace. With its comfortable common areas and well-equipped kitchen, Casa di Viti Rossi is the perfect escape for a family or group of friends seeking both seclusion and easy access to day trips and activities. The English-speaking owner is available to welcome you and help you enjoy your stay.

Ground Floor:
The ground floor has been beautifully converted from its original form (stables) into an open-plan kitchen, dining and living area. There are 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom on this level. The rooms on the ground floor surround the outdoor courtyard, perfect for al fresco dining.

Upper Floor:
The upper level has 3 additional bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Grounds:
Casa di Viti Rossi is quietly nestled in the countryside among woods and fields, with breathtaking views of the nearby hills and a medieval church only yards away. There is a large private pool, built in 2006, on a terrace below the house, which enjoys views of the nearby cypresses and distant mountains. The pool is protected by a gate, making this a safe villa rental for families with small children. The garden offers several spaces to enjoy, including 2 outdoor dining areas, a barbecue terrace and many quiet spots for reading and enjoying the view.

Amenities

  • BBQ
  • Dishwasher
  • Electricity included
  • Pool
  • Stereo
  • TV
  • Washer
  • WiFi

Additional perks

  • Private terrace for al fresco dining
  • Reception with helpful information
  • 2 hours cleaning per day
  • Add-on Services

  • Extra cleaning services
  • Chef services
  • Please note that location is approximate

    Surrounding Area

    Casa di Viti Rossi is in close proximity to three other villas represented by Tuscan Travel Group- Casa dei Giardini, Casa Azzurra and Casa del Cortile. They rest in the hills overlooking the miraculously unspoiled Val d’Orcia region of Southern Tuscany located midway between Florence and Rome. Medieval gems such as Pienza, Montepulciano and Montalcino are within easy reach a few miles away, while Siena, Arezzo and several stunning Umbrian towns are also within easy day-tripping distance. Nearby sits a beautifully renovated restaurant, perfect for a quick snack or meal. The countryside offers spectacular views, hikes and biking opportunities, and the food and wine of this part of Tuscany are among the best Italy has to offer.

    Southern Tuscany

    Southern TuscanyMany travelers planning to go to Tuscany end up staying in Florence or in the nearby Chianti region. But venture just a little further south, where the rolling hills of olives and grapes become more dramatic and where the Medieval hilltop towns are a little less discovered, and you are in the paradise of Southern

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    Testimonials

    Nathan (San Jose, California) stayed at Casa dell’Arte and Casa di Viti Rossi during Summer 2014

    "3 generations of our family made the journey to Italy this past summer, and it was truly one of the most memorable few weeks of our lives! 7 of us – ranging in age from 5 to 70 – spent 2 amazing weeks in Tuscany, and we couldn’t have asked for a better trip. Brandy and Laura truly created a spectacular experience – the two villas we stayed at were incredible, but it was really all of the other special touches, recommendations, and simple knowledge of the area that turned our trip into something truly remarkable. Our first villa was Casa dell’Arte, a beautiful villa in Impruneta, just outside of Florence. This was the perfect suburb for us to stay at – a beautiful town and a quiet villa nestled amid vineyards and olive groves, and yet just an easy 20 minute drive to Florence. We loved being able to get to the city easily to explore all the sights, but when it was time to head back to the villa, we could relax with a glass of chianti on the deck and enjoy the sunset. The villa was well stocked with everything we needed, and we had a great time learning to use the antique shutters and doors that made the place truly feel like “a castle” to our boys.

    One of our favorite parts of the trip took place a few days in, at another villa that Tuscan Travel represents – Casa di Lusso. We didn’t stay here, but took a pasta making class with two wonderful women at the villa. My boys love pasta and, in fact, love to cook – so this was great. The women were amazing to cook with and just great with the boys – they were smiling from ear to ear as they helped roll out the dough and make ravioli! After the class and a tour of the grounds, we all sat down together to eat our home cooked meal and heard about their lives in Chianti – such a unique and fun experience for all of us.

    Our second villa was at Casa di Viti Rossi in southern Tuscany. We chose this villa because it was a relatively short train ride to Rome (1.5 hours) but honestly once we got there, we almost couldn’t leave! Casa di Viti Rossi is more remote from the big cities than Casa dell’Arte, but you have access to amazing medieval towns that were just spectacular. Montepulciano, Montalcino, Monteriggioni, and more were an easy drive – and we all loved these towns even more than Rome or Florence. The people were so welcoming, the food seemed even better than in the city, and certainly the sights of these towns perched on the Tuscan hillsides were nothing short of breathtaking.

    Overall we could not have been happier with our trip, and we owe that all to Brandy & Laura. It was their expert recommendations, after listening to the details of what we were hoping to experience, that guided us to this memorable journey. If you’re looking for your own unforgettable experience in Tuscany, look no further – Tuscan Travel Group is absolutely the right team to work with!"