Tuscany wine break at a Chianti villa
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A sophisticated Tuscany wine-tasting holiday at a stylish villa in Chianti, with breakfast, a bottle of wine, a wine tasting, wine perks, car hire and flights
- On a hillside among peaceful pine groves, Villa Cassia di Baccano is named after Bacchus the wine god and oozes character from every pore. Having once produced olives and wine, the 17th-century villa and striking red mill have been exquisitely renovated with stone fireplaces, wood-beamed ceilings and stepped terraces.
- In the grounds you'll find a tranquil pool surrounded by trees where you can take a dip to the sound of birdsong. Immerse yourself in a variety of authentic local experiences - a wine tasting is included in your stay and you could also go quad-biking, or visit the nearby organic farm.
- With an open, airy design, suites have a separate entrance from the garden, colour-washed walls in cream and marbled pistachio and billowing muslin curtains over canopied beds. You'll find a separate kitchen and a living area with fireplace.
- Outdoor pool (seasonal)
- Breakfast room
- Restaurant (only available with reservation from February 2 to March 30 and from September 16 to January 7)
- Parking (no charge)
- Wi-Fi access
- Babysitting service (surcharge)
- Pet-friendly (up to eight kilograms in weight, at a cost of €50)
How to get there
Florence Airport is 72 kilometres away. Take the A1 motorway and exit at the A1 exit - Valdarno. Proceed east on road 11 for about one kilometre and then continue on road Arno River. Keep left and head towards Via Valdarno Casentino. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Viale Europa and continue on road Valdarno Casentino. After about seven kilometres, take the SP 85. Continue for about five kilometres, before turning left into Via Venezia.
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