Montespertoli, Chianti | Tuscany
Pricing Notes- Security deposit: EUR 500.
- Tourist tax: EUR 1 per person per night, only for the first six nights, not applicable for children below 14 years old.
- Utilities consumption costs are not included. Please contact for details.
Villa Layout Details
Entrance floor: open plan fully equipped kitchen with breakfast table [6 seats] and fireplace, living room with fireplace, and piano, 2 indoor dining areas [12 seats][4 seats], living room with satellite TV & fireplace, office room with sofa and desk, panoramic pool & sea view through large windows, laundry room, guest WC
Bedroom 1: queen-size bed, extra single bed, walking closet and ensuite bathroom with shower - window view...
First floor: storage
Bedroom 2: queen-size bed, [A/C], and ensuite bathroom with bath - window view
Bedroom 3: 2 twin beds - can be turn into a double bed-, [A/C], extra single bed, and ensuite bathroom with bath - window view
Bedroom 4: double bed, [A/C], and ensuite bathroom with bath - window view
Bedroom 5: 2 twin beds - can be turn into a double bed-, [A/C], and ensuite bathroom with bath - window view
Entrance level: private pool [6m x 12m] with loungers, umbrellas, lounge sitting area [6seats] under pergola, outdoor dining area [12 seats], hammock, pool shower, gas BBQ
Guest house 1: double bed, lounge area with panoramic valley view and sat. TV, [A/C], and ensuite bathroom with bath - window view| individual entrance
Sitting gracefully in the laps of glorious and exuberantly lush terrain of the Montespertoli area, in wine-making famous Chianti region, Villa Albero welcomes guests with a spellbinding verdant scenery featuring well-clipped lawns, olive groves, Mediterranean bushes, and palm trees. As you take your first steps inside one of the most magnificent villas in Tuscany, one can instantly feel the distinctive Old-World vibes being exuded from every corner. Arched interior walls and partitions, rustic furniture, metal beds with intricately designed headboards, beamed ceilings, terracotta floor tiles, and Renaissance-inspired artwork invite you to a travel back in time, at an era when eclectic style, elegance, and refined luxury were all must-haves at any Tuscan home.
Why rent Villa Albero...
No more than a 45-minute drive from both Florence and iconic Greve in Chianti, Villa Albera is where you feel your heart fill with the rejuvenating air of the magnetic Tuscan countryside as the sun’s rays shower every room and exterior space. Reading enthusiasts can also enjoy all the privacy and peacefulness they desire under the pergola, with sweeping views of the rolling hills surrounding the villa. As you take a rest at the hammock, another guest (or your private chef) can prepare a delicious breakfast or lunch at the fully equipped kitchen. The private pool and cosy lounge area right next to it also provide a relaxing and fun option for those warmer summer days. And, as the little ones play happily around the garden, you can dive into a refreshing cocktail or cup of espresso knowing that their safety is totally ensured.
In the evenings, you can all gather around the fireplace or the piano and share amusing and pleasurable moments, creating long-lasting memories with your loved ones. And, if the sea views from the Entrance floor are not enough for you and wish to dip your toes in the sandy shores of Tuscany, Livorno coast is just 26 kilometres away!
Nearby amenities and things to do
Montespertoli is the nearest town to Villa Albero and is a great base for day trips to Siena, Volterra, and Florence. The Middle Ages settlement attracts thousands of wine lovers every year, during the Chianti Exhibition, perhaps the most highly anticipated wine-related event of the summer, which includes wine tastings, shows, meetings, lectures, and samplings of local specialties, such as bruschetta with extra virgin Tuscan oil.
As for the town itself as a sight, it greets visitors with mediaeval buildings and iconic landmarks, such as the 16th-century Church of Sant’Andrea, the Parish Church of San Pietro in Mercato, Piazza Machiavelli, the 16th-century Sanctuary of Santa Maria della Pace and its amazing frescoes, and heart-stopping artefacts of ancient architecture exhibited at places like the Museum of Sacred Art.
Nearby also lies the birthplace of Giovanni Boccaccio (the village of Certaldo), which you may also visit if you need to augment your experiences, although Montespertoli is perfectly capable of covering all tourist needs for excellent dining, entertainment, and sightseeing options.