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Casa Dario 2

PROPERTY FEATURES

Property Details
  • Location Italy Toscana
  • City Castellina in Chianti
  • Price Per Night From€ 200
  • Min Nights3
  • Cleaning Fee€ 120
  • Security Deposit -
  • Property TypeApartment
  • Sleeps5
  • Bedrooms2
  • Beds4
  • Bathrooms2

Rental Rates
Start date End date Per Night  
01 May 2020 11 Jun 2020 250 EUR
12 Jun 2020 16 Jul 2020 300 EUR
17 Jul 2020 15 Aug 2020 350 EUR
16 Aug 2020 22 Aug 2020 300 EUR
23 Aug 2020 01 Oct 2020 250 EUR
02 Oct 2020 04 Oct 2020 300 EUR
05 Oct 2020 10 Oct 2020 250 EUR
11 Oct 2020 29 Dec 2020 200 EUR
30 Dec 2020 06 Jan 2021 250 EUR
07 Jan 2021 31 Mar 2021 200 EUR
01 Apr 2021 04 Apr 2021 250 EUR
05 Apr 2021 29 Apr 2021 200 EUR
30 Apr 2021 10 Jun 2021 250 EUR
11 Jun 2021 15 Jul 2021 300 EUR
16 Jul 2021 14 Aug 2021 350 EUR
15 Aug 2021 21 Aug 2021 300 EUR
22 Aug 2021 29 Sep 2021 250 EUR
30 Sep 2021 03 Oct 2021 300 EUR
04 Oct 2021 09 Oct 2021 250 EUR
10 Oct 2021 28 Dec 2021 200 EUR
29 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 250 EUR
Casa Dario (2) is a large and spacious ground floor, 2 bedroom apartment, ideal for those looking to enjoy a family holiday in Tuscany, Italy. The apartment has been renovated to a good standard. There is a private garden with table and chairs, perfect for al fresco dining. Guests staying here also enjoy use of a shared infinity swimming pool surrounded by loungers. For those looking for something more active, a table tennis table is on hand and bike rental is also available.

Inside, there is an extremely large living and dining area. The living area has a comfortable sofa and chairs arranged around a central focal fireplace. There is a sofa bed for those needing to accommodate an extra person. There is a fully equipped kitchen. Guests have use of a fridge with ice machine, oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine. Doors lead from the kitchen to the garden. The property also has 2 lovely bedrooms, one with kingsize bed and the other with vintage bunk beds. There are 3 bathrooms. if required, a cot can also be provided on request for no additional charge.
Outside, guests have a private garden with outdoor furniture. It is also adjacent to a large grass field, an ideal place for children to play.
The apartment is located just 5 minutes from Castellina in Chianti where there is a good selection of shops. It is also easy to access Italy's public transport network from here allowing you to easily reach Tuscany's main towns and cities such as Florence, Siena, Arezzo, Pisa, Montepulciano and Montalcino.
For those who want the freedom that self catering accommodation offers but who also want some of the perks that hotels offer, it's important to note that breakfast can be provided within the lovely breakfast room within the village. We can recommend you try this at least once during your stay! We can also provide a 'chef chez toi' service where a qualified chef will come to your villa and serve dinner in the comfort and privacy of your villa.
Cookery courses, wine and olive oil tastings can also be arranged on request. Or, if you are looking for the ultimate in relaxation, massages can also be organised in the comfort of your own apartment. Please ask for further information.

Owner Approved

Childfriendly
Child Friendly
Childfriendly
Pet Friendly
Childfriendly
Events Allowed


AMENITIES

  • Wireless Internet
  • Swimming Pool
  • Free Parking On Premises
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Washer
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron
  • Dishwasher
  • BBQ Grill
  • Garden Or Backyard

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Average Customer Review Stars For This Property 5

WHAT OUR GUESTS SAY

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    • J Mckenna

    • -Posted 10 months ago

    However, if you are looking for total privacy this is not the type of villa you should book. The “”resort”” is a medieval village that has been restored into 12 villas and a manor house with 9 B&B bedrooms. This did mean that the pool could get busy and there was often a real mix of people at the pool, from younger couples and older couples who often made us feel uncomfortable making any kind of noise, to a few big families with teenagers playing rough in the pool. Also the pool was extremely cold and our boys could not play in it any longer that 15 minutes without having to get out and warm up in a towel.\nThe on site staff were very helpful, spoke excellent English, and I would recommend the wine tasting on offer, they also introduce you to some local cheeses and cold cuts. However the check in was very rushed and I did not feel we had a good enough introduction to our villa, meaning we missed some key points of the villa, e.g. The bunk beds are very high, 6 foot for the top and the floor is a hard terracotta stone, so we spent the first 10 days religiously placing the sofa cushions on the bedroom floor in case our son fell out, on our 11th day I found a bar that went across the top bunk making it safe. The staff simply opened the door and showed us the kitchen and then left.\nThe villa itself was of a high standard with a fantastic living/dining room, and a kitchen leading directly out to our semi private outside eating area. I did manage it see inside many of the other villas, as the staff let me see during their switch over cleans, and felt the other villas had smaller darker living rooms. The living room had fabulous bi folding doors out onto another garden shared by several other villas, the views and sun sets from this garden were spectacular. We felt that this villa was the best for our needs a good sized master bedroom with great bathroom, and our sons shared a set if bunk beds and had this own en suite also. We also has a handy third bathroom by the main entrance. Lots of wardrobe space, and hangars. The kitchen was well arranged and I was delighted with the array of dishes, glasses and cutlery, the dishwasher and washing machine came with powder for both, and the coffee maker had filters available too. The weren’t many down sides to this villa, but some visitors may have found them intolerable. The main living space was single story with huge vaulted ceilings, but the bedrooms had another villa above them, during our first week we had a rather large and noisy french family upstairs who woke us up most mornings at around 7 am with kids running around and moving furniture. Also disappointing was the TV had no DVD player and only one English Channel, even though they advertised that they had sat TV, often after a busy day we like the kids to wind down with a movie, but we played some games instead. Our outside dinning area was quite private, but not totally, and we could not enjoy the beautiful sun sets from this side, but breakfast was delightful, I would suggest that the management trim back the hedge by our fence as our view over the other hill and valley was somewhat obscured. \nWe found the location excellent, 5 minute drive into the lovely village of Castellina with some great restaraunts and 2 fabulous ice cream shops, one in the tunnels and our favourite on the main road. We visited Sienna, San Gimignano, Greve, and Radda from here all easy distances and made for some delightful days out. At the bottom of the drive way of the Borgo Pietrafitta is the restaraunt Nv.ari which I will do a separate review on, but suffice to say we had several excellent meals here, and it was great to be able to walk to it, as every other trip needed a car.\nAll in all a lovely family holiday, we’ve never done a villa holiday before in a “resort” and not sure we will again, but I would recommend this particular villa to families as long as they are fully prepared for the fact that this is not private.

    Rating 5

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