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This apartment is located up a flight of stairs on the second floor. It can accommodate four guests in two double bedrooms, one bathroom with shower, one bathroom with tub, a cozy living room and a kitchen blessed with a small antique fireplace. Amiata is furnished in warm Mediterranean tones, and one of the bedrooms features an intricate wrought-iron headboard typical of the Florentine iron craftsmanship dating back to the Renaissance.
Also located on the second floor, this apartment has two double bedrooms, two bathrooms with shower, living room and kitchen with marble countertops. The living room is the gem of Chiostro which has been fully restored in a manner that showcases the original brick archways and vaulted ceilings. It opens onto a lush courtyard fragrant with rosemary and climbing roses, furnished with chairs and tables allowing guests to enjoy their meals alfresco.
The Fienile room is a communal space where you can enjoy your meals inside or out on the shaded terrace. Here you can chat with the owners and the other guests of the agriturismo, enjoy a cup of coffee or watch a video. The Fienile room also features an original 17th-century wood-burning oven typical of the rustic charm of Tuscan farmhouses, perfect for making pizza and other delights.
Located on the ground floor of the farmhouse, this apartment features two luminous double bedrooms, one bathroom with tub, one bathroom with shower, a spacious dine-in kitchen and a comfortable living room. Orcia retains an old-world charm with antique mahogany furniture and newly restored terracotta floors.
An eclectic, intimate, two-room apartment perfect for couples, the original farmhouse brickwork around the windows create a fascinating pattern of light in the apartment according to the time of day. The kitchen features antique periwinkle furniture and original wood-beamed ceiling.
This apartment, located on the second floor, features a stunning original stone fireplace in the spacious, sun-drenched living room. The kitchen includes an eat-in lunch room. Pienza has two double bedrooms, one with canopy, and a pristine, newly restored bathroom with shower.
A romantic hideaway just for two, located on the ground floor, this apartment opens onto a covered terrace for private meals outside amidst the breathtaking scenery. With eat-in kitchen, bathroom and large matrimonial bedroom with an elegant four-poster canopy bed. Ripa offers guests the antique furniture, terracotta floors and modern comforts of all the apartments at Le Sorbelle.
Unique 1950s-style vintage furniture sets this location apart from Le Sorbelle's other offerings. Located on the second floor, Rocca features two double bedrooms and two bathrooms with shower, a kitchenette and a cozy living room with stone fireplace.
The immense living room of this second-floor retreat features an antique marble wash basin and an old-fashioned hearth made of pietra serena, a stone typical of Tuscany, where you can sit and warm yourselves by the fireplace. Vignoni has two double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The historic 13th-century farmhouse estate in the Orcia Valley is located on an expanse of landscaped grounds which offers guests an awe-inspiring vista of gently sloping hills and grain fields. The Orcia Valley and its natural park is known for its clay gullies (called the Crete Senese for their proximity to Siena), and the contrast of these arid gullies and the multicoloured sunflower fields makes a stunning display of natural beauty.
The Val D'Orcia is situated kilometres southwest of Siena and encompasses the medieval hill towns of Pienza, Montepulciano and Montalcino. The villages of Assisi, Orvieto, Pisa, Lucca, Arezzo and Perugia are also easily accessible for daytrips. On the hilltop nearby lies Bagno Vignoni, a suburb of breathtaking scenery that has been built around thermal baths whose soothing powers have been used since the Roman Empire. Le Sorbelle was first given recognition in the 18th-century Ospedale della Scala Book of Records for its sheep farming tradition and also the grains it produced.
The farmers who presided over Le Sorbelle were widely recognized for the wealth of their land even then, enjoying a life of privilege among the townspeople and a reputation for high quality. The buildings of this estate date back to the 13th century. Each of the apartments for rent have been renovated, with great care and respect to the original medieval design, in a rustic style typical of The Val d'Orcia. Each unit can accomodate parties of 2 to 5 persons.
The owner, Manuela, is a member of a large family that has dedicated itself to the local cultivation and production of Tuscan grain for many generations. The spacious swimming pool (20 x 6 sqm) is made entirely of travertine, the typical local stone from the quarries of nearby Bagno Vignoni. It harmoniously fits into the landscape with a superb view of the expanse of grain fields, bringing back to memory the old basins which centuries ago collected the thermal waters in the Roman settlement of Bagno Vignoni.
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