La Casa di San Donato in Perano
Chianti Accommodations: Vineyards, Olives & Stunning Views
La Casa di San Donato in Perano is a farmhouse in the Chianti Classico wine region dating back to the 11th century but its roots can perhaps be traced further back to the times of the Romans and Etruscans that lived in the area. Today, it is a vacation rental offering accommodation in over half of the main villa perfect for families and friends on an adventure in Tuscany.
Surrounded by a beautiful garden, a green olive grove and a large pool, the main villa offers self-catering lodging in a picturesque environment that can host from 6 to 10 people. You can relax in the silence of the countryside, eat outside on the scenic terraces and enjoy an authentic Tuscan holiday.
The countryside position offers the best of Tuscany, while providing easy access to many major sites and cities. From La Casa di San Doanto in Perano you can set off to explore Siena and Florence, go wine tasting in Chianti, explore the Val d'Orcia and visit Arezzo as well as enjoy the many small towns with their weekly markets in the Chianti Classico area.
Top 3 reasons you'll love La Casa di San Donato in Perano
The essence of Chianti means finding yourself in the center of scenic vistas with vineyards, olive groves & cypress lined lanes
The Tuscan holiday accommodations reside in fully restored farm estate homes with origins back to the XI century
La Casa di San Donato in Perano offers a tranquil environment where you will find all modern comforts, as if you were in your own home
Chianti Holiday Villa Accommodations
The evocative setting of Chianti Classico and the beautifully restored ancient farmhouse in Gaiole offers an enticing invitation to explore the beauty of the landscape, the culture and the wines of Tuscany at La Casa di San Donato in Perano. The family run villa rentals provide a tranquil base for exploring the legends, Etruscan tombs and medieval villages that abound in the area.
By capturing special details during the restoration of the main villa, the owner has created an atmosphere of comfort with studied pieces of the past. The massive wooden beams, the smooth terracotta tiles, and the classical rustic furnishings are accented by neutral colors mirroring the landscape and sculptured stone walls. La Casa di San Donato in Perano represents a typical Tuscan setting featuring many modern accessories and comforts. It can host from 6 to 10 people in over half of the portion (200sm) of the main farmhouse with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a large spacious kitchen, a dining room, living with fireplace and small office area. A panoramic terrace offers gorgeous views of the surrounding gardens and vineyards. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, the living room satellite TV and internet Wi-Fi. If you need to host up to 10 people, two more bedrooms and two bathrooms can be accessed from the adjoining smaller apartment that usually hosts 4 guests (for a total of 280sm).
While each lodging has its own external areas, they share the large swimming pool and general garden areas.
The Scents of Chianti
The spectacular views from the many terraces, well maintained garden and panoramic pool will encourage you to both stay and enjoy the estate as well as set off and explore the many wonders of Tuscany. Stay close and visit local vineyards for wine tasting, stroll the small villages of Gaiole or San Gusmè or grab a bike and follow the white dirt roads of the Eroica race that passes through the white gravel rounds nearby. There are a million photo opportunities, small restaurants offering the best of homestyle Tuscan cuisine and local markets with fresh ingredients to create your favorite pasta dish at the holiday villa.
If you are looking to admire the architectural and artistic wonders of the area, go no further than Siena with its amazing Piazza del Campo, tall brick towers and marble churches. The roads are easy to navigate, taking you to Arezzo with its nationally acclaimed antique market and Cortona, with is many boutiques, coffee shops, museums and busy cultural scene. Head north to Florence to visit its internationally renowned masterpieces or south to Montepulciano and Montalcino to visit wineries and taste its award-winning wines.