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Dear Lori and James, Thank you very much for arranging our fabulous vacation at Villa Amiata. Villa Amiata is exquisite. The service we received was amazing. The driver we had was wonderful and we added lunch in a nearby village and a visit to Pienza which was fabulous. The drivers you recommended we're wonderful, we used their services for a tour of the Amalfi coast. Your service is excellent! I will contact you to arrange our next vacation in Positano, one day there was not enough.
Best regards,Jan D Modesto, CA
High above the magical landscape of the Val d'Orcia, south of Siena, sits a charming collection of stone villas that are part of an ancient hilltop hamlet.
Villa Amaita is one of the stone villas that has been transformed into a haven of repose for the mind and body. Located equidistant between Rome and Florence, each villa's individual beauty is a blend of the breathtaking Tuscan countryside with 21st-century style and amenities, reflecting the uncompromising passion of the owners.
The private residences are stone structures built on foundations that date back to the 11th Century. The well-appointed bedrooms have generously sized private, spa-like baths, wine cellars, living rooms with handcrafted bookshelves and state-of-the-art kitchens.
The amenities of each villa are unmatched. A private concierge will assist in customizing a full-service experience, including private shopping excursions, cooking classes, private meals prepared in your villa by the hamlet's executive chef, private tours of local villages and vineyards and ground transportation details.
Experience this inspirational concept in Tuscan living for yourself ï¿½ this lost-in-time retreat dedicated to nourishing the body and mind.
Villa Amiata is a three-bedroom villa, each bedroom has a king-bed, and is spaciously spread over three floors. Having been meticulously restored, this ancient stone dwelling has been made compellingly contemporary through the addition of state-of-the-art sound systems and the latest European style appliances.
As you walk in the entrance, two of the bedrooms are located on this floor. Each bedroom contains a king bed with luxurious cotton sheets and down pillows, a separate sitting area and ensuite bathroom with a relaxing rain shower and marble tub.
The balcony off the large salon offers panoramic views of the Val d'Orcia and Monte Amiata. This well-appointed living room has a beamed ceiling and a soothing color palette. The wood burning fireplace and comfortable sofas make this room a cozy haven to read, listen to music or watch television. A long dining table is situated nearby; perfect for gathering with friends or family. The modern and well-equipped kitchen and a bath are also located on this level.
An extraordinary bathroom in both size and finish boasts an open waterfall shower, spectacular whirlpool bath, rain shower over the whirlpool, and a steam room. It is like your own personal spa retreat. After your delightful spa experience, you will easily fall asleep in the luxurious king-size bed also located on this level. A separate sitting area completes this floor.
Amiata is in a uniquely private setting for sumptuous living. Part of a medieval masterpiece, the perfectly preserved village is perched on a rustic hillside, above the cypress-dotted fields of the Val d'Orcia. Once completely walled to defend against intruders, it is accessed by original gravel roads that wind through the picturesque countryside. An artful Sienese gate marks the front entry, where villagers still walk along ancient pathways to reach their homes today. Meander through these maze-like paths separating medieval stone dwellings and happen upon the historic Romanesque church of Sant'Andrea, whose piazza is a wonderful spot from which to reflect.
Gather with friends for meals in ageless gardens offering delightfully panoramic views of Monte Amiata. The beautiful lavender garden is an enticing spot to relax with a book or a glass of wine.
Just steps from the lavender garden you can explore one of the most interesting features in the hamlet, an on-going archaeological dig sponsored by the owner in collaboration with scholars at the University of Siena. This work-in-progress has unearthed an Etruscan figurine as well as the foundation of a castle which dates back to the 12th century.
"You have only to raise your eyes and Art and Beauty come to meet you" --Franco Zeffierelli
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The Tuscan countryside includes a myriad of Medieval and Renaissance hilltowns that extend from Florence in the north, Mt. Amiata and Pitigliano in the south, Cortona and Arezzo in the east and Lucca and Pisa to the west.
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