Our self-catering apartments, all of which are spacious and independent, are situated in different spots throughout the village or just outside its walls. They owe their names to the fact that they were the homes of the staff who lived on the estate.

Every house has been furnished mainly with  objects and furnishings  from our family of the 19th century. The colours of the walls, which are often different from room to room, and the wooden beams that have been left visible, make them warm and cosy as the Tuscan homes can be...

Our guests can enjoy wide open spaces, available for their private use, to eat and enjoy their free time in front of their house. It is possible walking in the magnificent park in the shade of age-old trees, designed with hedges and rare species of plants, with its majestic “holm-oak avenue”, vases filled with lemon trees and antique roses.

The extensive pool area is delimited by a chestnut wood fence, which surrounds a natural grassy area. There is also a huge holm-oak, which affords a natural place to seek shade from the summer sun and a picnic area where you can stop relax and enjoy the coolness.

4 (+1) pax, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 82 m2
Casa Rufini is the perfect place to stay in summer. The Rufini family were the park gardeners. This is the apartment closest to the pool, slightly decentralised with respect to the estate as a whole, and it has a large green area at the bottom of the...Read more »

7 (+1) pax, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 120 m2
La Fattoria (120 m²) is a spacious, comfortable and well-furnished apartment which used to be the home of the estate manager, Dino. It is located in the centre of the  village and has a private garden. The apartment is situated on the first...Read more »


4 (+2) pax, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 98 m2
Thanks to its position above the stables, this was the house of the coachmen (“Cocchieri”). Its big, luminous windows look out onto the horse chestnut trees in the park. It is set on two levels. On the ground floor: Living room with kitchen...Read more »