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Villa Cetinale

Siena Area

Villa Cetinale
  • Location Italy, Tuscany, Siena Area
  • Guests up to 27
  • Bedrooms 13
  • Rental period Weekly
  • Price From 25,000 EUR
  • More Prices shown per week. Friday is the changeover date.
  • Summary
    • 9 double rooms
    • 2 twin-bedded rooms
    • 1 single
    • 1 dormitory for 4 children
    • Accommodation for several extra persons (i.e. staff) at extra cost
    • 12 bathrooms
    • Famous private garden and holy wood (with carved statues and animals by Guiseppe Mazuoli)
    • Outdoor heated swimming pool (4 x13,5 m)
    • Tennis court
    • Games room in Limonaia
    • Disabled access
    • Air conditioning (on request)
    • Wi-Fi
  • Collections Art & Culture Family Food & Wine Super Lux

An aristocratic luxury villa with private swimming pool and tennis court

Villa Cetinale is a seventeenth-century villa in the Ancaiano district near Siena, Italy. Designed by the architect Carlo Fontana in the Roman baroque style, the villa was built in 1680 by Cardinal Flavio Chigi for Pope Alexander VII – Fabio Chigi. The gardens at Villa Cetinale are renowned for their beauty – reputed to be amongst the most beautiful in Italy. The property is located five kilometres from the town of Sovicille (café, restaurant, market, church, post office, pharmacy and a bank). There is a bus stop in Ancaiano, one kilometre away.

Ground Floor: Loggia with marble tables for dining and a bathroom with shower, large fully equipped kitchen (fridge, oven, two dishwashers, expresso coffee machine), a double bedroom (bed: 180 cm) with en-suite bathroom with shower and marble tub.

First Mezzanine Floor: bathroom with tub and shower, a double bedroom (bed: 160 x 170 cm) with wardrobe and access to another double bedroom (bed: 135 cm) and 1 bathroom with tub and shower.

First Floor (Piano Nobile): bathroom with shower and marble tub, three double bedrooms (beds: 185 cm, 195 cm and 145 cm), two of which have an en-suite bathroom with shower and tub. Dining room, large living room with working fireplace and access to the exterior. Kitchen (fridge, oven, dishwasher, expresso coffee machine).

Second Mezzanine Floor: (access from the ground floor and from one of the bedrooms on the first floor) 1 single bedroom (bed: 95 cm), 1 small bathroom with half tub, 1 bathroom with tub, 1 bedroom for four children (beds: 80 cm).

Second Floor (Top floor): 3 double bedrooms (beds: 180 cm) two of which have an en-suite bathroom, 2 twin-bedded rooms (beds: 95 cm) one of which has an en-suite bathroom with shower and tub, 1 bathroom with tub.

Villa Cetinale
from to Rate
04 Jan 19 Apr 25,000 EUR
19 Apr 26 Apr 30,000 EUR
26 Apr 31 May 35,000 EUR
31 May 28 Jun 48,000 EUR
28 Jun 30 Aug 55,000 EUR
30 Aug 27 Sep 45,000 EUR
27 Sep 25 Oct 35,000 EUR
25 Oct 20 Dec 25,000 EUR
20 Dec 03 Jan 30,000 EUR

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Prices shown per week. Friday is the changeover date.
Villa Cetinale

Bedrooms

Ground Floor: 1 double bedroom (bed: 180 cm) with en-suite bathroom with shower and marble tub

First Mezzanine Floor: 1 bathroom with tub and shower; 1 double bedroom (bed: 160 cm x 170 cm) with wardrobe and access to another double bedroom (bed: 135 cm) and 1 bathroom with tub and shower

First Floor (Piano Nobile): 1 bathroom with shower and marble tub; 3 double bedrooms (185 cm: 195 cm: 145 cm) two of which have an en-suite bathroom with shower and tub. 

Second Mezzanine Floor: (access from the ground floor and from one of the bedrooms on the first floor): 1 single bedroom (bed: 95 cm); 1 small bathroom with half tub; 1 bathroom with tub; 1 bedroom for 4 children (beds: 80 cm).

Second Floor (Top floor): 3 double bedrooms (beds: 180 cm) two of which have an en-suite bathroom; 2 twin-bedded rooms (beds: 95 cm) one with an en-suite bathroom with shower and tub; 1 bathroom with tub.

Features

  • 2 large TVs
  • DVD/Blu-ray players
  • Music in bedrooms
  • High-quality stereo in drawing room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hairdryers in bedrooms
  • Air conditioning on request.
  • Games room in Limonaia (just outside house) with table tennis and table football
  • Children’s TV room with PlayStation (with racing seat for Gran Turismo),
  • Practicalities: 2 washing machines, 1 tumble dryer and 3 dishwashers, ample parking.
  • Children welcome
  • Ground floor bedroom and bathroom
  • Internet and Communications: high speed wireless internet
  • Mod Cons

Outside

  • Famous private garden and holy wood with carved statues and animals by Guiseppe Mazuoli
  • Private garden equipped with loungers, parasols, tables for alfresco dining
  • Outdoor swimming pool (4 x13,5 m)
  • Pool area with loungers and parasols
  • Tennis court
  • Parking area
  • Gas BBQ
  • Local trekking
  • Horse riding nearby

Services

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Air-conditioning on request
  • Bed linen: twice a week change
  • Towels: twice a week change
  • Pool towels: daily change
  • Toiletries
  • Daily private chef for all the meals including breakfast
  • Waiters
  • Daily cleaning service
  • Laundry service
  • Porter service
  • Daily pool cleaning
  • Final cleaning

Extra Services

  • Food & beverage expenses not included
  • The food is € 80 per adult per day and € 40 per child per day
  • Drinks and wine to be paid locally upon consumption.
  • Heating cost € 2.000,00 per week.
  • Cooking lessons: Available on request, cost € 250 per lesson.
  • Extra fee to be paid for event: an event fee of €5.000 applies for up to a maximum 100 guests or €10.000 if the number of guests exceeds 100. This does not include the cost of any additional staff that may be needed.
Villa Cetinale

Area

Villa Cetinale is ideally situated for sightseeing, shopping, eating out or just relaxing in the beautiful Tuscan landscape, an area brimming with beauty, history and culture. Three examples nearby are San Gimignano, Monteriggioni and Siena. San Gimignano (44 kilometres away) is famous for its 14 towers (originally there were 72), erected as a symbol of the wealth and power of the merchant families who lived there. The city became one of the sites protected by UNESCO in 1990. Between 1212 and 1219, Monterriggioni, a tiny but exquisite medieval walled town, was built by the Sienese to guard them in their war against Florence. Monterriggioni has some of the best-preserved walls in Italy and was referred to in Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. More recently, the town featured in Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed.

Siena, just 14 kilometres away, is another popular city for tourists: see the Piazza del Campo, the Duomo, Palazzo Comunale and the Torre del Mangia, all of which attract visitors from around the world. Most famous, though, is the Palio bare-back horse race that takes place on 2 July and 16 August every year – a whirlwind event that is held in the central piazza, with packed crowds, multi-coloured flags representing the riders’ home team and the post-event celebrations – this is life at its most passionate. In the town you will find wonderful restaurants, fun shops, and beautiful architecture

Florence (1 hour away) with its incredible architecture, bridges, galleries, and museums is not to be missed.

Many fascinating local excursions can be made to places such as the little-known but beautiful Romanesque cloister at Torri, the working monastery at Monte Oliveto, or the ruined Cistercian abbey at San Galgano. Visit the unpolluted river Merse, in the hills above Brenna, with many beautiful swimming spots. The coast is about one hour away, and one can visit islands such as Elba, Giglio and Giannutri.

 

Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.

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