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Choose from two ways to stay in Tuscany

Spend the week at a traditional agriturismo immersed in the vineyards,

or a charming hotel in a medieval village.   

All stays include breakfast and Wi-fi, heating, and air conditioning











Tenuta Il Palazzo,  Antria, Tuscany

A relaxing stay just a few minutes from the art and culture of the city of Arezzo, Tenuta Il Palazzo

is a restored medieval hamlet, situated on a working vineyard and olive grove.  Apartments can accommodate between 2-4 guests each, making this property a great choice for groups of friends or family.  Each room has been restored to include modern conveniences without sacrificing the structure's original charm and architecture.  


Your stay at Tenuta Il Palazzo includes continental breakfast daily inside what was once a chapel or on the patio under a vine covered pergola, use of swimming pool on premise, and Wi-fi.  Cooking classes can be scheduled for your group at the agriturismo if you prefer, and of course there is always wine tasting with Lorenzo, Il Palazzo's winemaker and owner.   A stay at this property will require renting a car or hiring a driver to reach the surrounding cities, which we can help organize for you.


Hotel Villa Marsili, Cortona, Tuscany

On a hilltop in the heart of medieval Cortona, Hotel Villa Marsili is an elegant property within walking distance to shops and restaurants in the village.  A 10 minute bus or taxi ride from the train station of Camucia-Cortona, a stop that conveniently connects you to cities like Rome, Spello, Perugia, Orvieto, and Florence for day trips.       

Guest rooms are spacious and all rooms have a view of the Val di Chiana below.  Rooms range from single, doubles, and suites, all with en-suite bath or shower. Hotel villa Marsili is known for their savory and sweet breakfast buffet, (oftentimes difficult to find in Italy), as the Italians usually favor a light and sweet breakfast.  The lobby also offers an nightly aperitivo hour and complimentary house made biscotti and Vin Santo before retiring for the night.  

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