Stay. Relax. Explore.
Tuscany stole our hearts! Inspired to share our love of Italy, we spent the last two years searching for the right property to share with our clients.
We are thrilled to now offer our Tuscan apartment as a vacation rental for honeymoons, vacations, and longer term stays. Join us in experiencing Italy!
Imagine waking up to warm, golden sunshine streaming in the window of your spacious, comfortable bedroom, peering over the terra-cotta tiled roofs of an immaculately maintained medieval hilltop village as you sip your cappuccino, then walking around the corner to the main square to shop for fresh produce at the farmers market, before strolling down the narrow, winding ancient streets, to the 2,000 year old city wall, where a post-card worthy view of Tuscany's rolling hills dotted with olive trees and vineyards opens up before you.
This isn't a dream, this is real life in the darling town of Chiusi, Italy, and what you can expect when you stay in our newly renovated Tuscan apartment.
Location, Location, Location
Chiusi is nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany, an easy hour and a half drive or train ride to both Florence and Rome. The Chiusi train station, located 1 mile from the historic center, has hourly trains to Florence, Rome, and the rest of Italy and Europe. Rome's International airport is an easy 90 min drive or train ride, and the smaller airports of Florence and Pisa offer frequent and inexpensive flights to all over Europe.
Explore then Relax
After a day of exploring the hill towns of Tuscany, sampling wine at one of the area's many wineries, or learning the art of cheesemaking from a local farm, imagine returning to your bright and airy apartment where you can spread out, relax, and recharge, and get ready for another day of enjoying the Tuscan sun.
Away from busy roads and noisy tourist traps, the tranquility of Chiusi is what makes it particularly appealing. An immaculately preserved medieval village, Chiusi was one of the most important Etruscan cities, and the pre-Roman riches are evident in the town's famous Etruscan museum, extensive underground tunnel system (open for tours), and 2,000 year old underground tombs.
Food and Wine
Italy is known around the world for its excellent food and wine. Tuscany is renowned for its wine and is home to the most famous Italian wine regions: Chianti, Montepulciano, and Montalcino. Fresh, local food is a way of life here, and the area is renowned for its truffles, pecorino cheese, handmade pasta, and bistecca alla fiorentina. Immerse yourself in the Tuscan lifestyle and discover the region’s passion for exceptional food and wine.
After a day of sightseeing, nothing is better than wandering the gardens along the ancient city wall, sipping local wine while discovering each view is better than the last.