Villa Amiata is a charming vacation villa set in one of the most evocative spots of Val d’Orcia, in a tiny town on the top of a hill at 900 meters, surrounded by rolling hills and Tuscany’s unique atmosphere.
Accommodating up to 6/7 guests in its spacious deluxe bedrooms, Villa Amiata is part of the splendid, extensive, Monteverdi estate. Once an ancient hamlet, this superb property includes 2 other luxury vacation villas, a boutique hotel, a restaurant, a cafè, high-standard facilities and an exquisite private Church. Set in an outstanding location and offering a variety of services, the property allows guests of Villa Amiata to experience the pleasures and privacy of a private vacation home with the convenience of top-notch hotel services and facilities available nearby.
Boasting a perfectly preserved original structure and charming ancient stone walls, all dating back to the Middle Ages, the villa was exquisitely restored and decorated by designer Ilaria and architect Giorgio Miani, a famed talented couple, with great taste and elegance. An authentic , stylish Tuscan countryside villa with splendid furnishings and charming luxurious ambiance, ideal for unforgettable vacations.
Antique and modern materials blend harmoniously, creating an overall fascinating atmosphere: ceilings and staircases have been restored using local wood and stone and the villa is tastefully furnished and enhanced by warm textiles.
The 3 double bedrooms feature king-size beds with custom-built furniture, sophisticated touches, carefully devised lighting and luxury linens. Bathrooms are ensuite, beautiful and spacious. One of the bathrooms is equipped with a deluxe steamroom.
The communal areas are welcoming, offering elegance and comfort. There is a spacious living room, which leads to a small balcony with an amazing view, a cozy TV room, a charming dining area and delightful kitchen, perfectly equipped with the latest facilities, ensure total comfort and well-being throughout the stay. Villa Amiata also offers an outdoor barbecue, ideal for informal parties and fun get-togethers.
Villa rental includes several services: Use of property’s fitness area, a state of the art private gym, with aerobic equipment and weights, shared with guests of all villas. Use of property’s swimming pool, shared with guests of hotel and villas. Laundry service provided free of charge (guests may leave items to be washed in the laundry bag provided and staff will collect and return within 24 hours). Complimentary breakfast at the hotel restaurant from 8:00 to 11:30AM.
Magnificently set in one of Val d’Orcia’s most evocative spots, at the top of a hill, the villa is part of the ancient Monteverdi hamlet, a luxurious carefully restored estate which includes two other villas, a boutique hotel, and state-of-the-art facilities. Villa Amiata is an ideal starting point to discover the surroundings, and to enjoy excursions and cultural visits. Some of Tuscany’s most spectacular ancient towns are at a 30 to 50-minute drive through breathtakingly beautiful landscapes.
San Quirico d’Orcia (with its splendidly preserved Medieval walls and turrets) and Montepulciano (boasting magnificent Renaissance palaces, imposing 15th century walls and home to the famed “vino nobile” wine) are both just half an hour away from the villa. Montalcino (45 minutes from the villa) is on the top of a hill surrounded by the majestic 13th century fortress and is known as the birthplace of the prized Brunello wine. This delightful town offers gorgeous palaces, precious artwork and fascinating alleys full of quaint workshops and gastronomic specialty shops. And the lovely Trasimeno lake, with its shimmering waters and banks dotted by quaint ancient villages, ideal for lovely walks and boat excursions, is located at a pleasant 40 minutes drive.
The villa is surrounded by the property’s large private park
Use of the property’s fitness room (shared with guests staying in the other 2 villas) and of the property’s swimming pool (shared with guests staying in the other 2 villas and in the hotel)
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