Siena Farmhouses

Siena, besides being an utterly beautiful city, renowned worldwide for its Palio (the horse race which annualy takes place in Piazza del Campo), is also one of the most visited province of Tuscany for the rare beauty of its landscape. That’s why a farmhouse is probably the best holiday lodging to stay in for best appreciating nature, culture and rural traditions of this part of Tuscany.

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Villa CambiOnline
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  • Rooms: 6
  • Location: Siena (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 108 to € 520

Offering both rooms and apartments, this nice accommodation is located on the hills of Siena in the Chianti region. Part of a winery it offers free parking, outdoor pool and pleasant views over the countryside.

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Agriturismo San GiorgioOnline
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  • Rooms: 6
  • Location: Monteroni d'Arbia (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 93 to € 129

Agriturismo San Giorgio is located within few miles from Siena. It has a large living rooms that is perfect for events, children's playground and swimming pool.

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Relais Borgo Di ToianoOnline
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  • Rooms: 10
  • Location: Sovicille (City)
  • Daily price: From € 70 to € 150

Conveniently located in the surroundings of Siena, just 6 miles from the center, it is surrounded by the beautiful Tuscan countryside. It offers rustic-style rooms with air-conditioning and sat-TV. It has a relaxing outdoor pool.

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Borgo GallinaioOnline
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  • Rooms: 10
  • Location: Monteriggioni (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 128 to € 226

This hotel, situated in the countryside near Siena, is a typical rural accommodation of Tuscany: all stone made, it's immersed in a wide garden and offers a relaxing stay surrounded by Tuscan nature. The restaurant serves tasty local specialities.

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Hotel Belvedere Di San LeoninoOnline
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  • Rooms: 28
  • Location: Castellina in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 93 to € 173

Surrounded by green hills near Castellina in Chianti, this farm house is characterized by the relaxing atmosphere of Chianti countryside. It offers wine tasting and open air swimming pool.

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LivernanoOnline
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  • Rooms: 7
  • Location: Radda in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 150 to € 250

Located in a stunning location in the Chianti region, near Radda in Chianti it is an elegant farmhouse. Set in a great estate producing wine and oil it offers elegant rooms furnished with antiques. The restaurant serves local products.

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Colombaio di CencioOnline
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  • Apartments: 6
  • Sleeps: 30
  • Location: Gaiole in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 111

Nestle in the corner of a wine producing estate in the heart of Chianti Classico, the farmhouse offers a combination of self catering holiday apartments and a large Tuscany villa rental. Private pools, wine tastings & stunning views!

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Borgo CasatoOnline
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  • Rooms: 13
  • Location: Castelnuovo Berardenga (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 59 to € 149

Located in Chianti near Siena, that is just 15 miles away, the farmhouse has both apartments and rooms. It features a large outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, parking and a Tuscan restaurant specialized in the Sienese cuisine.

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Podere PalazzoloOnline
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  • Rooms: 13
  • Location: Castellina in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 95 to € 140

Nice farmhouse located in Castellina in Chianti in the heart of the Sienese Chianti. It offers cozy and colored rooms with mini bar and air-conditioning. It has a large garden, a pool and a good Tuscan restaurant.

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CDH Hotel RaddaOnline
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  • Rooms: 60
  • Location: Radda in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 85 to € 350

Relaxing atmosphere and warm hospitality characterized My One Hotel in Radda. Located in the heart of Chianti has swimming pools and business services.

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Hotel Colle Etrusco SalivolpiOnline
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  • Rooms: 19
  • Location: Castellina in Chianti (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 87 to € 129

This 3 star hotel was a farmhouse turned into a welcoming hotel accommodation located few minutes walking from Castellina. It offers outdoor pool, free Internet connection and parking.

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Tenuta Di MensanelloOnline
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  • Rooms: 13
  • Location: Colle di Val d'Elsa (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 75 to € 220

Great wine estate located on top of a hill near Colle Val D’Elsa. Siena is 30 minutes drive away. It offers great views over the countryside, a large pool and a good restaurant. Apartments have been renovated and all have private entrance and a yard.

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Agriturismo Pieve SprennaOnline
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  • Apartments: 10
  • Rooms: 20
  • Sleeps: 30
  • Location: Buonconvento (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 120 to € 100
  • Weekly price: From € 362 to € 1430

Quaint farmhouse in the quiet of the Tuscan countryside between Siena and the Val d'Orcia. The farmhouse offers guests comfortable rooms and apartments, a large swimming pool and a good Tuscan restaurant.

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Albergo da AnnitaOnline
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  • Rooms: 10
  • Location: Rapolano Terme (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 89 to € 120

Located in the countryside near San Giovanni spa center, this hotel is the perfect place for relaxing and tasting local food and wines. It offers bright coloured rooms with breakfast, all overlooking the huge garden and provided with free wi-fi.

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Fattoria Pieve A SaltiOnline
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  • Rooms: 39
  • Location: Buonconvento (Countryside)
  • Daily price: From € 50 to € 168

This farmhouse, producing its own products such as the excellent extra virgin olive oil, is surrounded by Val d'Orcia and Crete Senesi breathtaking landscape. It offers apartments with Tuscan rural design, outdoor and indoor pools and wellness center.

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Siena, city of food and traditions

There’s no need to tell you about the city of Siena and its marvellous art and cultural treasures, there’s plenty of explanations everywhere; we’d rather prefer telling you what you may enjoy if you choose to spend your vacation in a farmhouse in the province of Siena (farmhouses are usually the best locations for appreciating local specialities).

Almost everyone knows that Siena is the home to many DOC and DOCG wines of Tuscany, being part of Chianti territory (just bear in mind that Montalcino, where the famous Brunello is produced, is located in the province of Siena), and food specialities, but do you know why this city is so rich in food traditions? Well, most of its typical dishes date back to ancient times, to Middle Age to be more precise, when Siena was one of the most important stops along the Via Francigena, the route that pilgrims headed to Rome or Canterbury used to travel. Going back to that times, there are pici, typical handmade pasta, usually eaten with ragù sauce, ribollita, a Tuscan soup made with bread and vegetables, so called beacuse people used to reboil and reboil the leftover soup from previous days. All those typical dishes are poor, according to the Tuscan rural tradition, and so easily prepared for all those pilgrims stopping in Siena during their travel.

And what about Siena typical cakes? You’ve surely already tried (or, at least, heard about) panforte, panpepato, ricciarelli and cavallucci, commonly consumed during Christmas times all over Tuscany... If you still don’t have tried those traditional cakes... What are you waiting for?

 

And finally...the dessert! Is tiramisù from Veneto or...Tuscany?

Do you know anything about the origin of tiramisù, an Italian delicious cake? There’re some debates, it’s creation is commonly attributed to some confectioners from Veneto, but it is also said that it may have originated in the city of Siena, claiming the invention in honour of Cosimo III and his visit to the city. Anyhow, it’s utterly tasty!!


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