Quarto privado em alojamento na natureza hospedado por Sergio

2 hóspedes, 1 quarto, 1 cama, 1 casa de banho privada
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Located between Florence and Siena, its undulating hills evoke the refined country life of antiquity while maintaining its beauty and balance.The country estate of il Cellese occupies one of the most privileged locations of the Chianti. From its spacious apartments, perched upon a hilltop, you can contemplate an invaluable historic heritage and simultaneously enjoy the hospitality of the estate.Its geographic situation offers the possibility of traveling, in little time, to most of the cities .

O espaço
Located between Florence and Siena, its undulating hills evoke the refined country life of antiquity while maintaining its beauty and balance. Along its extensive terrain, oak forests alternate with cypress, vineyards and centennial olive trees. Here, the best Tuscan wines and olive oils are produced.
The Chianti is a lifestyle marked by the rhythm of the land and having a fascination With its tradition. Its prosperity still endures at present, as do the images that the great Renaissance masters permeated their canvases with; a piece of the Italian 'belle country' that embraces centuries of history and has miraculously remained intact since the Middle Ages.The country estate of il Cellese occupies one of the most privileged locations of the Chianti. But, it’s the fusion of its landscape, agriculture, its wines, its healthy climate, its history and its proximity to the most beautiful cities that make Il Cellese unique. From its spacious apartments, perched upon a hilltop, you can contemplate an invaluable historic heritage and simultaneously enjoy the hospitality of the estate.Its geographic situation offers the possibility of traveling, in little time, to cities such as: Siena, Florence, Pisa, Arezzo or Lucca, most of them less than an hour away.
We can offer you two options for the restaurant one onsite located in the Farmhouse il Cellese and one in our winery boutique 10km far from the Hotel .

1- At the Hotel:The restaurant of the “Il Cellese” holiday farm is the place to become acquainted with the traditional Tuscan cuisine and enjoy the simple flavours of our region’s ingredients.
In the summer, we serve dinner by candlelight on the wonderful outdoor terrace that offers an awesome view over the hills and vineyards of the Chianti area, whereas the intimate and warm atmosphere of the inner dining room welcomes diners in the winter season.
The restaurant is open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8.00 p.m., and on Sundays from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm for brunch: a varied sweet and savoury buffet that will let you discover our wholesome dishes.
Silvia, Sergio’s cousin and chef of the holiday farm, will be happy to suggest her dishes (also gluten-free), and offer different menus created to meet your children’s needs.
The price of the four-course dinner (starters, first course, main course with side dish and dessert) is 35.00 Euro per person, excluding drinks and wines. The latter can be selected directly from those produced by us.
Brunch at the all-inclusive price of 30.00 Euro.
On request, we can organise customised service packages for groups: breakfasts, barbecues, fish and seafood dinners, and buffet dinners.

2- At the Winery Boutique :Located very close to the motorway that connects Florence and Siena, it is easily reachable by those seeking to discover the heart of Tuscany.After a guided tour, visitors can stop for lunch and taste in an incredibly beautiful environment the wines produced in the adjacent winery.
Choose either the "Light Lunch" based on sliced crispy bread, slices of cured meats and cheeses accompanied by wines €25 per person or the four-course tasting Menu (starter, first course, second course and dessert) with wine combinations €50 per person.
You can buy on site the products tasted that can be shipped all over the world.
Opening hours :
from March 15th to the end of October from 11.30 to 17.00
From November 1st to March 15th on reservation

Onde irá dormir

Quarto 1
1 cama de casal
Quarto 2
2 camas de solteiro

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Estacionamento gratuito nas instalações
Permitido animais
TV com cabo normal
Máquina de lavar
Indisponível: Alarme de monóxido de carbono
Indisponível: Detetor de fumo

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Castellina in Chianti, Tuscany, Itália

The city's origins go back to Etruscan times of which there are many visible remains to explore both in the excavations at the well marked archeological sites and in the Archeological museum in the city center.
Salingolpe, as it was known in the early Middle Ages, was given as a fief by Matilda of Tuscany in the 11th century to the powerful Count Guidi family.
In the mid 1200's the "Lega of Chianti" was formed as a governing body and Castellina, Radda and Gaiole were the sole participants. Eventually, the Florentines turned it into an important stronghold due to its strategic position between Florence and Siena, of which today the Rocca still remains.
The town was destroyed and rebuilt many times during the battles between the two poweful cities from the north and south, and every time the town was reconstructed, they made bigger defensive walls.
Legend has it that even Brunelleschi was asked to work on the project of new walls for the town.
The City Center:
The borgo still preserves the quadrilateral shape of the ancient medieval fortification and reminders of the many towers that once protected it from invasion during the period of conflict between Florence and Siena can be seen incorporated into some of the modern architecture. The main fortification, called the Rocca and its huge 14th-century tower, has a magnificent view over the town and the surrounding countryside. It is a stunning venue for civil wedding ceremonies or events.Along the ancient walls there lies an impressive underground tunnel now called Via della Volte which is lined with shops, artisans and restaurants. The tunnel itself goes around the city, enclosing the city center from below and it makes for a cool and refreshing escape from the summer sun. It was once an open air road and as the city felt the need to expand, it built over the road creating a “tunnel”. This unique formation is divided by the main street, Via Ferruccio which houses more boutiques, workshops, cafes and important buildings.

Churches and Museums:
The Church of San Salvatore deserves a visit. It was rebuilt in 1945 after the devastation of WWII, but still displays a valuable fresco by Lorenzo Bicci depicting the Virgin Mary with Child and a wooden statue from the Renaissance.
Inside the Rocca is the headquarters for the local commune or Municipality and the Archeological Museum of Chianti, displaying important archeological findings from the surroundings that testify to the ancient origins of the Chianti region. The museum is divided into three themes, and the artifacts focuses on the Bronze age finds, those of the nearby Etruscan excavations and the medieval structure of the city. There are also several exhibits of pieces from neighboring digs and is suitable for all ages, with interactive learning tools.

According to the legendary tale of how the borders in Chianti were created, it seems that the race between the Florentine and Siena horseman, ended right here in this area between Fonterutoli and Castellina: Crocefiorentina.
The estate has been in the Mazzei family since 1435, and very little has changed in its appearance since then except for the family villa and the production of excellent wines. Located just ten minutes south in the direction of Siena, this area is often included in biking and hiking itineraries. In addition to great views and wine, you will also find the archeological dig of Poggino di Fonterultoli, and 5 tombs dating in the 6th century. The museum displays the artifacts found here.
Within walking distance of the city center, this Etruscan tomb is open to the public. The tomb dates from the sixth century BC and has four burial chambers oriented north, south, east, west, and each consisting of a main burial room and lateral cells. The tomb was discovered in the 16th century but since it was not properly excavated in the early 1900’s much of the valuable artifacts were looted. Perhaps the most exciting find, are the remnants of the “carro” or Etruscan carriage which has been reconstructed and visible in the Museum in Castellina.

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