The farmhouse is immersed in an olive grove. A two-story structure, the house was probably a stage post on the ancient road that linked Lucca and Pistoia, and Leonardo da Vinci might even have stayed here.
Guests may choose from seven apartments, each one with a comfortable lounge area with a couch and a fully-equipped kitchen corner; the bedrooms all have en suite bathrooms.
The apartments have been organized in a way that not only respects the ancient structure of the house, but also reveals a little bit of its history.
Stone walls, terra-cotta and wood floors, exposed wooden-beamed ceilings with the original handmade bricks, traditional furniture and beds made from wrought iron will take you back to earlier times, without sacrificing any of today’s modern comforts. Each apartment, in fact, is equipped with an independent air-conditioning unit for the hottest days of the year.
Outside, guests can cool down in the swimming pool after dozing for a couple of hours on one of the sun beds provided, or after coming back form the visit of one of the wonderful art towns in the surroundings.
Facebook Agriturismo I Pitti