Podere La Bandita
53026 Pienza, Tuscany
They designed La Bandita to function as both as a laidback B&B and as a villa rental. Renting the full property is really best for a group of friends of families traveling together.
Unlike most villa rentals in Tuscany, however, La Bandita comes with a full range of services:
-Total exclusive use of the full property and pool
-Daily maid service
-Access to a gourmet private chef
-Access to my personal wine cellar
-High speed wireless internet and Satellite TV
-Handheld GPS devices
-And daily access to English speaking concierges to help arrange any and all activities and meals.
La Bandita sleeps 16 adults comfortably as well as several small children. They do have baby cots and feeding chairs at no extra cost.
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