The farmhouses are located no more than 2,5 km from the medieval town of San Gimignano in the district of Siena. Are surrounded by 70 acres of vinyards and olive trees.
They were erected in the 17th century at the bottom of the hill where is located the ancient Roman church “Pieve di Cellole” which inspired Giacomo Puccini to compose the opera “Suor Angelica”.
The buildings were restored with full respect to their centennial history and special care has been taken selecting antique furniture characteristic of the Tuscan tradition.
During the cold season breakfast is served in the hall where in past times the owner’s friends used to meet before the hunting. In good weather the guests may sit in the century-old garden enjoying the beautiful panorama of Tuscany’s rolling hills.