Chianti and South of Siena, Tuscany, Italy
- Historic towns nearby
- Generous proportions
- Fabulous views
About the villa
Medieval towns, Maremma Natural Park and the shores of Monte Argentario are all within easy reach of this gorgeous old farmhouse, though its welcoming comfort and wonderful ambience make it tempting to just stay-put. Blissfully peaceful and beautifully restored, it is a relaxing haven of understated elegance, tucked away on a private estate, close to an imposing Castello. With splendid panoramic views, the villa stands in informal gardens, where a generously sized swimming pool is encircled by swathes of lavender and sword-leafed cactus plants. A broad terrace hems the length of the house, with a comfortable corner for sundowners and a chunky rustic table for leisurely lunches under pergola shade. Brimming with character, the villa’s interiors include big arches and brick vaulted ceilings; a large living room, flooded with light from four French windows; a well-equipped country kitchen with dining table; and six very spacious bedrooms, simply styled with fresh-toned fabrics, and rugs on cool tiled floors. The staff at Sant'Antonio are on hand to help make your stay as enjoyable and menorable as possible and offer a very flexible cook service (further details on request). The enchanting Sant’ Antonio is 3km from restaurants in Paganico, 25km from Grosseto, and 45km from Siena.
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- Entrance hall
- Sitting room
- Shower room
- Utility room
- Twin bedroom
- Kitchen/dining room
- Sitting room
First Floor - Left Wing
- Master double bedroom with bathroom en suite
- Twin bedroom
- Twin bedroom (queen size bed) with shower room en suite
First Floor - Right Wing
- Shower room
- Double bedroom
- Double bedroom with shower room en suite
- Portable barbecue
- Pizza oven
- Italian Sky satellite T V with sport/cinema
- Apple TV
- DVD Player
- Bluetooth speaker
- CD player
GAMES & SPORTS
- Table tennis
- Ceiling fans in all bedrooms
- American fridge/freezer
Please note that there is a European tourist tax payable on arrival to the House Manager. This only applies to guests over 12 years and the amount varies from €1 .5 to €6 per person and is set by the local council. Further details will be advised prior to arrival.
Having a barbecue in Italy is one of the best ways to cook your food but you may find that due to long drought periods in high season barbecuing may be restricted in some areas. You will be informed if this happens by your house staff or local representative.
An English speaking CV representative in Italy will be available by phone during your stay. Contact details will be sent with your travel documents.
Arrival from 16:00 - 19:00. Departure by 10:00.
Please refer to the Health & Safety pages on this website.
CV Villas is delighted to offer our own allocation of scheduled seats on British Airways from London Heathrow to Pisa. Please see the Flights page or contact us for more details.
Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport.
Can be arranged for an additional cost and service charge payable locally. Please ask for details.
CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special. You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page or simply send us an enquiry.
- Tennis 3km Paganico
- Golf (18 holes) 70km Punta Ala and Castelfalfi
- All amenities 25km Grosseto
- Shops and restaurants 3km Paganico
Places of Interest
- Petriolo (thermal spa) 17km
- Montalcino 28km
- Siena 45km
- Pienza 50km
- Scansano 55km
- San Gimignano 70km
- Saturnia (thermal baths) 75km
- Pitigliano 73km
- Massa Marittima 77km
- Porto Ercole 80km
- Tarquinia 90km
- Volterra 103km
- Orvieto 125km
- Parco Naturale della Maremma 44km Alberese
- Castiglione della Pescaia 53km
- Florence 129km
- Pisa 168km
- Rome 201km
- Grosseto 25km
The hills south of Florence, known as the Chianti, look like most people’s idea of ‘classic Tuscany’. Fortress towns such as Castellina and Radda look out over mile after mile of rolling, vine-clad fields, spotted with Tuscany villas. The region’s major annual festival, September’s Rassegna del Chianti Classico in Greve, celebrates the grape harvest, and signs inviting anyone on a Chianti holiday to a roadside enoteca (wine tasting canteen or shop) are a common sight. The Gothic city of Siena, south of Chianti, is the biggest hill-town of all, with a stash of Medieval art and architecture unmatched in Italy.
But Tuscany still has surprises to offer, and unknown even to many Italians. Maremma, only a two-hour drive southwest of the city of Florence is an extensive and largely undeveloped territory in stark contrast to the compact, ordered Chianti hillsides around Florence and Siena that have, until now, been the major draw for visiting wine lovers.The Maremma has great restaurants, and a treasure trove of new wineries.
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