Rooms and Suites
The Farmhouse: It is the heart of the farm, at the top of the Poggio. Everything revolves around this country house, built in the second half of the 18th century. Until 2005 it was inhabited by Francesca's family. The verandas, fireplaces, breath-taking views, books, and old kitchen give it a unique atmosphere. Rooms located on the first floor enjoy the view and all amenities within walking distance. We left the house as it was, as it was lived in for years by our family. The feeling is that of arriving at your own country house, to be lived in and enjoyed simply and with sharing, as if it had been in the family since forever....
The Garden: This outbuilding a stone's throw from the farm was originally the stables, then it was converted into the caretakers' quarters, and in 1996 it was transformed into three units, each enjoying their own garden space.
The Villa dates back to 2005, and it took two years of searching to recover original materials, beams, doors, gates and old stone stairs to be integrated into a totally bio-architectural construction. The building is a mix of wooden, cork and kenaf (Hibiscus Cannabinus) fibre bricks, complemented by classic Tuscan ceilings with chestnut beams and handmade terracotta bricks. All rooms have beautiful terraces to enjoy. Its southwest-facing exposure gives it a view of the Gulf of Baratti and 80 metres behind it is the pine forest in the parkland.
The Nature Suites: They are the most recently created. Our donkeys are the ones who chose the locations of these rooms. That is, they were placed in the three spots where the donkeys had chosen to sleep. Definitely a protected, healthy place with lots of energy. They are designed to be integrated into the beautiful Mediterranean scrubland surrounding our parkland, where towering oaks, centuries-old olive trees, huge myrtle and mastic bushes, and wild herbs such as helichrysum, catmint, and rosemary perfume the air. Not a branch was cut to build them. The building, made of local chestnut wood, glass, and travertine from Rapolano Terme (SI), was built by local craftsmen totally on site, precisely to respect and protect the beauty of the place. The view from the bed and from the large wooden platforms is incomparable.