Italy villas > Tuscany > Montalcino Area
from EUR 428 to 535|
4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sleeps 8 and seating for 8
Luxury 4 bedrooms villa in Montalcino Area
Mulino is a private luxury holiday villa located in Montalcino Area, Tuscany, Italy. With 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms it is perfect to accommodate 8 persons.
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|Season||Dates||Daily Rental||Weekly Rental||Monthly Rental||Minimum Stay|
|Low Season||06 Jan to 29 Mar|
07 Apr to 12 Apr
28 Sep to 20 Dec
|EUR 428||-||-||7 nights|
|High Season||13 Apr to 28 Jun|
31 Aug to 27 Sep
|EUR 535||-||-||7 nights|
|Peak Season||30 Mar to 06 Apr|
29 Jun to 30 Aug
21 Dec to 04 Jan
|EUR 707||-||-||7 nights|
- flexibility on number of nights may be possible depending on seasons and will be advised during the enquiry
- services and taxes included in rates will be advised upon formal rental offer
- Additional taxes and/or security deposit may apply and will be advised upon formal rental offer
- Reservations for this villa may be quoted in another currency than the one shown
- All other inclusions will be advised upon rental offer
- Security Deposit EUR 250
6 miles to Montalcino
10 minute drive to Internet Café
19 miles to Pienza
34 miles to Siena
80 miles to Florance airport
136 miles to Rome
Mulino, the Mill, is an independent house crafted from a converted and restored ancient water mill located near Montalcino. During the restoration, great care was taken to maintain the original structure while updating the villa to a level of complete modern comfort. The house is furnished with original high-end Tuscan furniture that reflects the beautiful combination of modern craftsmanship and historical ambience. Wood beamed ceilings, whitewashed walls, stone and cotto floors all contribute to the atmosphere of this quiet Tuscan haven.
The main floor of the villa features a spacious living and dining room with a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with shower. The first floor features a sitting room with fireplace, a study/TV room, a large bathroom with shower, and two queen bedrooms each with a bathroom with shower (one is private, one is en-suite). On the second floor, there is a queen bedroom and a bedroom with two single beds—perfect for children. Outdoors, a private porch awaits al fresco dining and gardens as well as an equipped pool area offer plenty of opportunity for relaxation. A pretty stream runs by the villa, adding even more charm to this already picturesque country retreat.
Mulino is near a prestigious winery where tours and tastings can be arranged. Horseback riding can also be done nearby.
Bedroom / Bathroom Description
Bedroom 1Queen size bed, En-suite bathroom with shower
Bedroom 2Queen size bed, Private bathroom with shower
Bedroom 3 Queen size bed
Bedroom 4 2 Single beds, Ideal for children
Washer / Dryer
Private swimming pool
At Extra Cost – advance notice may be required:
All services payable onsite
Maximum 8 guests
No pets allowed
Security deposit required
Check-in: Between 4pm – 7pm
Check-out: Before 10am
Original Tuscan high-end furniture, wood beamed ceilings, white washed walls, many stonewalls and cotto floors. Through a strategically-placed small window in the living room floor, guests can watch water run through a section of the old mill that has been preserved. A stream with small waterfall is located just a few feet from the house and guests can walk to village and abbey. Privacy and silence are the distinguishing features of this house located in a picturesque valley. Tennis court is 9 miles away.
What to do in Tuscany?
While visiting the famous wine producing town of Montalcino and the artistic jewel of Pienza, you will be fascinated by their charm and history. In 1555 Montalcino became the last bastion of the proud Sienese Republic before it succumbed to the Florentines and was absorbed into the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. This accounts for its imposing fortress and the wealth of superb paintings and sculptures that make its beautifully renovated museum such a remarkable attraction. Pienza was built between 1458 and 1462 at the behest of Enea Silvio Piccolomini, who decided to turn his hometown into a jewel of Renaissance architecture when he became Pope Pius II (hence the name Pienza).
While other parts of Tuscany have developed industries that have done much for the economy but little for the landscape, the Crete Senesi area and the neighboring Val d'Orcia have largely remained true to their early agricultural vocation. Today this means local products of outstanding quality, made with traditional methods and skills that are handed down from father to son. The best-known of these are doubtless Montalcino's distinguished Brunello red wine and the Vino Nobile of Montepulciano, both of which are the perfect complement to dishes based on the wild game of the area: pheasant, quail, hare, and wild boar. Likewise, the Pecorino cheeses made with ewe's milk from the Pienza pastures are now in great demand.