Let To-Tuscany help you find an authentically restored villa from its portfolio of enchanting holiday rentals.

Tuscany has so much to offer the holiday maker, from its glorious villas with enchaning views, wonderful wine and food, you're pretty spoiled for choice when booking a holiday in the region. However, if you want to delve back further into Tuscany's history, why not book a restored villa that originally had a different use?

To-Tuscany.com are the experts in Tuscan villa rentals and they stand well apart from the crowd, offering, to our mind, an unrivalled quality of service, breadth of choice and usability. Not only does To-Tuscany offer the most exceptional villas, they find properties bound up in the region's history that have been converted into the most charming rentals hidden away in the Tuscan Hills,

Colle alla Luna

Montecatini Terme

This villa was once a stable which housed the surrounding estate's horses. It sits in its own olive grove, offering peacecful and relaxing days but is only 1km from Montecatini Alto. Couples and families find this a perfect holiday rental with its swimming pool and al fresco dining area. There are walks in the surrounding area or the fun funicular ride down to visit Montecatini Terme's thermal baths (4km by car) will appeal to all ages. For those wanting to venture further afield, the walled city of Lucca is 30km and the Florence only 40km.

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Vecchio Frantoio

Gaiole in Chianti

Vecchio Frantoio was originally the home to an olive oil production press and the original stone press is still in situ between the living room and kitchen. The building has been lovingly restored and you'll find the interiors charming with terracotta floor tiles, brick archways and plenty of space. There is a small cottage in the garden, making it appeal to large groups or a multi generational family holiday.

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Cipresso at Piettorri


The Pietorri resort is a collection of charming holiday cottages that have recently been restored and have retained their traditional Tuscan feel. The live-in service staff team offers maid service and will organise al fresco pizza/grill evenings in the communal outside dining area on request. The resort is an hour's drive away from the coast and Siena is only 45 minutes drive. Closer to home the Berignone Nature Reserve offers glorious walks and the opportunity for wild swimming.

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Pescaglia - Lucca and Viareggio

This is a faithfully restored rustic country villa that has spectacular views of the valleys and mountains, making it a tranquil and comfortable getaway. The garden has an elegant terrace set underneath a gazebo and outdoor lounge area. The interiors are authentic to the property's farmhouse origins yet guests can enjoy all the conveniences of modern day living.

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Casa all'Erta

Gaiole in Chianti - Siena and Chianti

Casa all'Erta can be found on an impressive estate that lies on a ridge between its patchwork Chianti Classico vineyards, olive groves and oak forests. The property has been beautifully restored and is a marriage of contemporary design and typical Tuscan features, perfect for escaping the heat of the summer sun.

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Casa Zaccardi at Pretaccione

Castelnuovo Berardenga - Siena and Chianti

Casa Zaccardi's history stretches back 1000 years, when it was the home of travelling priests. Pretaccione has been sympathetically restored into individually owned holiday homes, preserving its charm with original features. The small collection of cottages and apartments, each have their own furnished outdoor space where you can dine al fresco or sit back and enjoy a glass of wine from the Dievole vineyard below. The south facing views of the Tuscan hills and valley beyond are breathtaking.

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By Team GWG
August 2021

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