FARM HOUSE ON HILLS OF PESCIA ( ONLY FOR ONE FAMILY OR GROUP) encircled from the nature and far away from the chaos of the modern city.
In Tuscany, in the hillis of Pescia, near Vellano, we have available for rental a completely restructured farmhouse ideal for holidays far from the chaos of the big city. The house has 2 double bedrooms and another room with a double sofa bed + large fully equipped kitchen + bathroom with shower + external covered terrace. (bath + kitchen + bedroom linen supplied)
The famous beaches of Versilia (Viareggio-Forte dei Marmi etc.)can be reached, from Pescia, in 40/50 minutes by car or by train.
The house can be rented to a single family or to a group of no more than 7 persons
For small single necessities at two kilometers the typical Vellano small village there is, and there still it is pleasant to be to chats with the inhabitants.
The owners are living in the yellow house on the large photography.
Internet connection is possible.
Availability-The house is always available for one sigle family or group for time.
A few kilometers from Pescia, there is the healing waters of Montecatini Terme and the city of Monsummamo Spa with thermal caves.
Collodi at only 5 km from Pescia, is the country where he was born the writer of the book of the puppet Pinocchio and for children there is a park with the depiction of the events of the story
A wonderful week in Tuscany. The setting is very tranquil, with fabulous views of the surroundîng hillside villages. The owners were very helpful and friendly. The house if very comfortable and it is easy to feel at home. Our dog was also made welcome and enjoyed it!
Joelle from Ellicott City
Stayed 10 Apr 2009
Our stay at the farmhouse was wonderful for me and my three children. There was plenty of space for them to play inside and out. The kitchen is large and has good pots and pans. It was also spotlessly clean and everything is in excellent repair. The view is beautiful. The house is in a great location for exploring northern Tuscany. You are far enough from Pescia to feel like you are in the country, but close enough to easily get everything you need. Trains run regularly from Pescia to Florence and Pisa. You can also take the train to Sienna and the beaches at Viareggio. Mr. and Mrs. Michelotti were wonderful hostswed love to return some day.
Sue from Bury St Edmunds
Stayed 07 Jun 2008
The farm house is in an idyllic location with views over several hill-top towns. Ivo and his wife were very welcoming and on our first evening greeted us with a delicious home-made mushroom sauce made from mushrooms just picked. The were many lovely places to visit nearby with Lucca being our favourite. The only surprise we received was the steep gravel track down to the property After being there a couple of days, it was no longer an issue but the first few journies were a little hairy. Our advice would be to rent a small car if possible. Please dont be put off by this because once you are there it is so peaceful and relaxing you wont want to leave!
Thanks and I will be always at your disposition.
Lee from Chippenham
Stayed 03 Jun 2006
Fantastic location in the hills, very secluded (although the single track byway down to the farmhouse is a bit hairy!). The vendors, Ivo and Adriana are very friendly and welcoming, and are always on hand to help with advice or assistance should it be needed. The accommodation is very comfortable and well equipped, with a microwave, oven and hob, dishwasher and washing machine. This is the ideal base for touring, being within easy reach of Lucca, Florence and the east coast. The local town of Pescia offers most of the every day requirements and also has a train station (I'd strongly advise using the train when travelling to Florence and further flung destinations). The whole family enjoyed themselves and I would definitely recommend it.
When looking for our holiday I wanted somewhere private and relaxing to take my family and I wasn't disappointed. The farmhouse was wonderful and the location and views exceeded all my expectations. Pescia is a wonderful market town with a lovely relaxed atmoshphere and great restaurants which offer excellent value for money. The owners of the farm couldn't have been more delightful and had even gone to the trouble of making a reservation for us at the museum in Florence as there is a waiting list. Although you do need a car it is perfectly positioned for both Pisa and Florence which can be reached easily by Train if you want a break from driving. If you are wanting to book a great holiday home in Tuscany you need look no furhter, you've found it!