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'Il Gelsomino' Cottage is located on a hill in the countryside with stunning views over the hills a few kilometers from San Gimignano. Ideal place for those who love to spend their free time in the quiet countryside in close contact with nature and with the main artistic attractions at hand.
Villa in rustic style with exposed beams and cotto.
It consists of a bright living-dining room with garden access and fully equipped kitchenette (4 burner stove, refrigerator, microwave, etc.). Large double bedroom, shower room / wc and mezzanine with the second bedroom with twin beds or double.
Large furnished private garden with table, chairs and deck chairs. Park and panoramic swimming pool for the exclusive use of guests of the village.
Car parking inside the fenced village. Extra service: heating (Depends consumption).
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R 523 / stay
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About the neighbourhood
We are in the heart of Tuscany a few km. from San Gimignano and Gambassi Terme where it passes the famous Via Francigena, a place of pilgrimage in search of spectacular and unspoiled landscapes can visit the Franciscan convent of San Vivaldo with its chapels is called 'Little Jerusalem'.
In less than one hour from the art cities of Florence, Siena, Pisa, Lucca, Pistoia, Arezzo.
The Medieval village of Certaldo, Boccaccio's birthplace where he lived and died at his home in Via Boccaccio, is 12 km away. of distance. In this village, in summer, they are held numerous cultural and artistic interest, and in the second of July the spectacular festival 'Mercantia' with companies of street artists and craftsmen from all parts of the world enliven