Via della Vittoria, 114 - , Pienza 53026 Pienza (Siena)
The farmhouse was built in the 1930s by Marquis Origo on the site of an ancient inn. Today, this farmhouse, located at the center of the natural reserve of Lucciola Bella, belongs to the Az. Agr. Nardi Enzo.
The farmhouse consists in around 200 hectares, where grains are grown which are then used for farmyard animals, especially the highly valued Chianina cattle. This is the farmhouse’s most important activity.
The vineyards produce an excellent red wine DOC Orcia that guests can savor during their stay. They can also visit the Chianina stables and see where these cows are raised, along with other farmyard animals: chickens, ducks, rabbits.
The four apartments that compose the farmhouse are:
"Bellarmino": for the physically challenged and consists in a spacious living room with kitchen and fireplace, two spacious bedrooms, and two bathrooms with showers.
"Pio II": consists in a portico with oven, living room with kitchen, a bedroom with bath with shower and whirlpool.
"Pio III": consists in a spacious kitchen, a living room with fireplace, three bedrooms, and two baths.
“Pio IV”: consists in a spacious living room with kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
For some years now, a pool is also available, and here guests may relax and spend some quality time. At the farm, at around 500 meters away, you may also taste typical Tuscan products.
The farmhouse is located in Pienza, in magical Val d'Orcia and close to the fertile Valdichiana. The structure offers many opportunities for those looking for a vacation that combines wellness with excursions to art cities, churches, museums, and timeless landscapes. This region also offers excellent food and wine, with its extra virgin olive oil, wines like Chianti, Nobile di Montepulciano, Brunello di Montalcino, and food like Florentine steaks and sheep’s milk cheese.
This is the ideal place for day trips and pilgrimages, with visits to some of the most famous cities in central Italy: San Gimignano, Pisa, Orvieto, Todi, Assisi, Abbazie di San Galgano, Sant'Antimo, and Monte Oliveto Maggiore.
Impressive cities like Pienza, Radicofani, Monticchiello, San Casciano dei Bagni, Bagno Vignoni, Bagni San Filippo, and Trequanda can also be reached and they express in the best way possible a virtuous panorama of territorial policies aimed at preserving the historical-linguistic uniqueness of this area.
Present in this area is the Via Francigena, and more precisely the stretch of road from South Siena that crosses the Val d'Arbia and Val d'Orcia, following the current course of the Via Cassia.
This valley, characterized by its evocative furrows created by the erosion of the earth due to specific weather conditions, is the ideal place for trekking, horseback or bike riding, across the roads and paths lined with centuries-old cypress trees and pines, admiring the typical hilled landscape of the Tuscan countryside covered with olive trees, vineyards, brush, woods, and farms.
Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.
Owners will be held responsible for damage to property and persons.
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