Stone Farmhouse Apartments in Chianti near Siena
The Cellese is a small country village located in the charming Chianti wine region.
The farmhouse offers 7 apartments with independent entrances and built with typical Tuscan materials, having Tuscan terracotta floors and chestnut beamed ceilings. All accommodation have modern-style furnishings and high-quality modern equipment.
Guests at the farmhouse have a large, open-air swimming pool and restaurant (open evenings) at their disposal.
Top 3 reasons you'll love Il Cellese
The farm is located in the Chianti Classico region, immersed in the countryside and with magnificent views over the vineyards
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Cellese offers an enviable location, all the best facilities and a friendly atmosphere at great prices
If you prefer to not cook, you can enjoy the farm’s restaurant where you’ll be able to sample tasty Tuscan dishes
The Cellese farmhouse, situated in the heart of Chianti area, the most renowned wine region in Tuscany, offers 7 independent apartments and a marvellous villa located on a hilltop, dominating over wonderful rolling hills. The welcoming atmosphere, together with the location and the services are the jewels on Il Cellese's crown!
The apartments and the villa
The farmhouse offers 7 self catering apartments, fully equipped and provided with all comforts guests may need. Modern furnishings create a stunning contrast with the stone houses, which remind of the typical Tuscan rural style. All accommodation overlook the green hills and vineyards of the surrounding countryside, thus offering a breathtaking and unique view.
Villa La Ginestra, instead, is an independent building located on a hilltop, that can accommodate up to 8 people and has a nice private external pool.
The garden and the swimming pool
Surrounding the main building, which houses the restaurant of the agriturismo, is a beautiful garden with outdoor tables and chairs where guests can meet up to chat and relax.
Behind the apartments, a large, open-air salt water swimming pool is available to the farm's guests from May to September. The pool is situated in a higher position, giving it a priviledged view over the surrounding Chianti countryside. Along the border of the pool, guests will find pool chairs and umbrellas for a relaxing solarium area.
The apartments have separate entrances and offer a well-equipped kitchen, flat screen TV, DVD and CD players.The bathrooms have hair dryers.
All of the apartments have centralized heating, to be paid by consumption.
A common laundry room, with washing machine and dryer, is available to the farm's guests.
Wi-fi Internet connection available.
During the evenings, guests can dine at the farm's restaurant.
Guests can play tennis at the courts in Castelling in Chianti, about 6 km from the farmhouse. Guided tours are usually organized for guests to experience some of the most amazing adventure that a vacation in Tuscany may offer, like the renowned white truffle hunting and the red tuna fishing on Elba Island.
By the restaurant of the farmhouse, moreover, guests may taste the Chianti red wine produced in the farm that houses the holiday apartments.
The small village of Il Cellese is in Castellina in Chianti, in the heart of the famous Chianti wine region also known for its wonderful landscape.
From Castellina in Chianti it is easy and quick to reach other splendid Tuscan cities such as San Gimignano, Florence and Siena.
The farmhouse is open year-round.
During the high season, the apartments are rented on a weekly basis, from Saturday to Saturday.
During other periods, guests can lodge at Il Cellese for shorter stays but a 3-night minimum is required. In these cases, guests will be responsibile for the cost of the final cleaning (50 euro per apartment).
Check-in is between 4-7 p.m. on the day of arrival, while check-out has to be completed by 10 a.m. on the day of departure.
Meet Sergio Sardelli, the Owner of Il Cellese
Today, I am the owner of Il Cellese, a beautiful farmhouse in the hills of Chianti, but I want to go back a little in time and tell you how I got here. Born in Italy to an Italian couple that loved one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, Seville, I ended up living and growing up there. Once I turned 18, I traveled extensively, visiting many countries around the world in search of my future. My roots, however, called me back to Italy.
I ended up in Castellina in Chianti helping my aunt who was one of the first women to produce Chianti Classico wine in the area. So ever since I turned 20, I've been here learning how to work the fields and everything on soil and grapes necessary to produce excellent wines, such as the ones you will enjoy during your visit at Il Cellese.