Serravalle Farmhouse

An ancient building, with a middle age tower at side. The entrance is through a pretty arch which lead in the sitting room. The rest of the apartment is upstairs: large kitchen/living room with traditional fireplace, two bedrooms and one bathroom. It is a combination of traditional character and modern comfort.
Private spaces with garden furniture in provided outside.
Il Colombaio is across field from the main Villa, and there is a path that guests can use to come over the Villa’s gardens.
Siena is about 10 minutes by car, 30 minutes by bus (the stop is at 50 meters from the house).

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WI-FI

Wi-fi is available for free inside and outisde the house

Clima

Heating in all the rooms; Roof Fans in the bedrooms

Swimming Pool

We have both a natural swimming pool and a conventional one.

Pets allowed

Polite pets are very welcome

Washing machine

Pubblic means

Bus takes 30 minutes to get to Siena's center

Welcome and Languages

The owners will usually welcome you at the arrival. We speak fluent English and French.

Barbecue available

You can use the barbecues that are located in the green spaces around the house

Free parking

You can park nearby the house

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Mansion of Cavaglioni – B&B in an ancient villa

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The Tower of the Colombaio

The Tower of the Colombaio

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