Il Palazzo di Chiantina has recently undergone sympathetic restoration, beams have been exposed, cotto floors smoothed out and polished and the rough plaster walls hand painted to great effect in mellow Tuscan colours. The charming owner has made every effort with the selection of the interior furnishings to ensure that they reflect local traditions whilst retain that important element of modern comfort.
Set in 2 hectares of private land, the gardens and terraces contain a variety of fruit trees, figs, walnuts, plum, almonds, olives and vines and you are welcome to help yourselves to their bounty (in season of course). The outdoor terrace is covered in vine and wisteria creating a large, shady, scented (in May) eating area. Relax and enjoy the divine views and you'll see exactly why the monks chose this spot.
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