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La Favilletta Holdiday House

Via di Torri 65, 50067, Rignano sull'Arno Italy
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#6 of 21 Speciality lodging in Rignano sull'Arno
Holiday House La Favilletta is divided into three independent apartments just 20 km far from Florence. Apartment La Favilla is for 7 people with the possibility to add an extra bed. It has 2 double bedrooms, a double with separated beds, a single room, two bathroom with shower, a large living room with fireplace, a well equipped kitchen. All the window have beutiful panoramic views.Apartment Il Portico is for 4 people: is made up with a living room, a big kitchen, one double bedroom, another double with separated beds (that can be joyned), one batroom with shower.Il Fienile is an apartment for 2 in a converted barn. There is a small kitchen, a bathroom with shower and a very big first floor (like a loft space) with panoramic windows.Each apartment is independent, with a private terrace and there is a free wifi connection everywhere.There is a very huge shared garden with outdoor furnitures, a barbecue and a play ground for kids.There is also a shared garden with an outdoor pool (8 x 4,5 mt) in a very countryside location.There is also a vegetable garden. We give our host vegetables, honey, olive oil and other products that we produce.There are olive trees and vineyards all around. The house is seclude and isolated but close to villages with restaurants, shops, supermarkets,In the village of Pontassieve you have the train station with many connections (every 20 minutes) with Florence central station 5 min walking from the duomo (it takes more or less 20 minutes to reach the Florence stations).
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Gemmathecat wrote a review Sep 2016
Portsmouth, United Kingdom2 contributions
We spent two glorious weeks at La Favilletta enjoying the amazing views, hot sunshine and the wonderful cities of Florence and Siena. Florence is a short train journey away and we visited the stunning city twice, especially enjoying thel Uffitzi art gallery. It is also very interesting to visit some of the beautiful villages in the Chianti countryside, where you can taste the wine or visit one of the many little restaurants. Bernardo was often to be found at La Faviletta tending the garden and pool, he was very friendly and helpful. Although there are three properties at La Faviletta which share the garden and pool, we found that it was a very sociable time meeting new people from different countries and sharing a drink at the pool side together in the evening. La Faviletta is approached by quite a long, rough and rocky road as mentioned in other reviews but if you drive slowly this is fine. There are also three well maintained bikes at the house which were great fun to use to explore the surrounding countryside. Thank you Bernardo for a great holiday.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
uolo wrote a review Jun 2016
Pitea, Sweden21 contributions1 helpful vote
Bernardo as a host, must recommend! Friendly, helpful and relaxed. Everything as promised. Rooms large and clean. Stunning views from all windows. Fantastic house and garden. Extra plus goes to pool area, even though the water is chilly in mid may.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Vinzent K wrote a review Jul 2015
Halberstadt, Germany334 contributions134 helpful votes
We spend the past two weeks at La Favilletta and it was as nice as we had hoped and dreamed of. Secluded, in total silence, no traffic, awesome views, but still not too far away from Florence, Pontassieve, Rignano for shopping and culture. The apartment had basically everything that we needed and was, especially in regards to kitchen tools, much better equipped than any other rental apartment we visited. (Only a couple of big drinking glasses would be nice, the ones that are available, where small and it was hot, so you need to drink a lot. :-)) There were also tons of books in different languages, games and movies! Bernardo, the keeper of the grounds was very kind, helpful and involved. Thank you for that! Of course, as already mentioned in other reviews, for the last two kilometers to La Favilletta the road was very rough and rocky, but our Golf, fully loaded with 4 persons and luggage for two weeks could handle it. No problem, just go slow. I can definitely recommend staying there! The only thing that you need to be aware of are the neighbors from the other two apartments, some may be nicer, some may be not. :-)
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Skittykitty wrote a review Apr 2015
UK25 contributions10 helpful votes
We booked this property through homeaway.co.uk and unfortunately hadn't read the reviews here before we booked. Whilst the location is stunning, and the farmhouse a lovely example of type found across hillsides in Tuscany, it had some major drawbacks for us. We didn't realise that it was a shared property and the description on the homeaway site didn't make this explicit. We were lucky that our downstairs neighbours were fairly quiet but when they were more animated in the evenings we could hear them. With 3 properties on the site, if it had been warm enough to use the gardens and pool (it isn't available until May, which we didn't know in advance) we'd have needed to make friends with our neighbours. Our holiday was in early April when we had hoped to have good weather. Unfortunately the first 4 days of our week brought strong winds and rain. We had to pay extra for heating and despite not being in the apartment for much of the day still got through 80 Euros of gas. The heating really wasn't up to the job though and we couldn't get the apartment warm, other than the small kitchen which is where we spent most evenings, which was a shame given the huge living room. We also found that rain came through the roof and window shutters. Including through the electric extractor fan over the cooker. We reported this to the owner who was aware of the problem. What neither the homeaway nor TripAdvisor descriptions make clear though is that the house can only be reached by driving along a 1 mile track. We had to drive extremely carefully to avoid damaging our hire car. It also meant that whilst the village of Torri with its shop/cafe was in theory close enough to walk, in reality I don't think anyone would. So, a stunning location with breathtaking views, but I wouldn't go out of season, make sure you hire a car that can cope with rough terrain and make friends with the neighbours!
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Date of stay: April 2015
Philip918 wrote a review Jan 2015
Singapore, Singapore48 contributions14 helpful votes
Getting to La Favilletta was a topographical experience, it is miles away from town. we drove over unpaved country roads through olive groves and vineyards. Luckily we were given precise instructions by the proprietor Bernado . We were able to easily navigate our way to this very charming solitary house situated on rolling Tuscan hills. The scenery around us was beautifully stunning. We could see mists enveloping the lower hill slopes, the olive groves seemed like a tapestry designed onto the rolling hills. We stayed at the larger apartment which had 3 bedrooms, a large living & dining room. The furniture was old and quaint and reflected the character and age of the house well. The house had a nice fire place, which was very helpful considering that we visited in December. Bernado showed us where the wood shed was, soon we had a roaring fire to combat the chilly weather. La Favilletta is a restored old stone building, I think it is more than 200 years old. It does not have very good insulation properties. Unfortunately during our stay our heater did not function very well. We had to rely on our sweaters to keep warm. We would have enjoyed our stay more if we visited in Summer. Nonetheless Bernado was a good and concerned host, he dropped on us often to ensure we were OK, and to handle our issues with the heating. La Favilletta is right for city dwellers who want to escape the hustle of city life. Here you can discover the joys of quiet , self reflection & exploring the beautiful Tuscan countryside.
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Date of stay: December 2014Trip type: Travelled with family
US$83 - US$137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalyTuscanyProvince of FlorenceRignano sull'Arno
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Frequently Asked Questions about La Favilletta Holdiday House
Which popular attractions are close to La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Nearby attractions include Castello di Sammezzano (3.3 miles), The Mall (3.1 miles), and Parco del Castello di Sammezzano (3.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and a flat screen TV.
Is parking available at La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante Al 588, A Pancia Piena, and Trattoria I' Pepolino.
Are there opportunities to exercise at La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at La Favilletta Holdiday House?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Polish.
Are there any historical sites close to La Favilletta Holdiday House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Castello di Sammezzano (3.3 miles), Torre a Cona (3.5 miles), and Torre del Pian dell'Isola (2.1 miles).