The Limonaia Residence

siena, tuscany
3 bedroom - 2 bath
(1 review)
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€192 per night (EUR)
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Deep in the Chianti countryside a few kilometers south of Siena, this traditional Tuscan stone villa sleeps up to 6 + 1 and is part of a complex with a shared swimming pool. Surrounded by vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees, there’s plenty of space to play and a private shaded garden to relax in together too. Enjoy the countryside, explore the pretty local villages and stock up on local wine to enjoy in the sunshine. The kids will love running and playing in and around the villa not to mention chasing the pigeons in Siena’s Piazza del Campo. There are plenty of playgrounds for them in the town itself if the Renaissance art isn’t to their taste. We love the views and the villa’s outdoor terrace and barbecue, promising relaxed family meals.

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  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
Bedding
SLEEPS 5
1 full / double
3 twin / single
Crib
sleeps 1
1 baby crib

What we love

  • Traditional Tuscan stone villa surrounded by olive groves, vineyards and fruit trees
  • Large open air shared swimming pool (8x15m, unheated)
  • Open plan living space with tiled floor, sofas, small TV and dining area for 4-6
  • Compact kitchen with oven, stove, dishwasher, fridge and washing machine
  • Bedrooms are traditional and rustic in style
  • One double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, 1 twin bedroom and 1 single bedroom
  • There is also a small extra bed in a convertible cupboard suitable for a child
  • One bathroom has a bathtub, the other has a shower
  • Outdoor terrace and private garden shaded by trees with dining table and chairs
  • A nearby tennis court can be used by guests
  • A crib, baby bath and baby monitor are available

Things to know

  • The closest airport is in Firenze, an hour away; other international airports are in Rome (3 hours 10 minutes away) and Pisa (1 hour 45 minutes away)
  • Car hire is recommended, allowing you to explore the beautiful countryside
  • 10 minutes’ drive from Siena with a bus stop nearby
  • Parking onsite
  • Stores and restaurants within walking distance
  • Stays are typically weekly, running Saturday-Saturday. Shorter stays may be available on request
  • Check in from 3pm
  • Pets welcome
  • No books, toys or games for children provided
  • WiFi throughout

Property perks

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Maura M.
Member since April 22, 2014
Hi! My Name Is Maura.

1 review

malcolm n.
Visited in June 2016
This place is unbearable for kids in summer, no air flow, air conditioning or fans. They lacked many utensils that made it hard. However the pool and outlook were nice. We had to leave a night early and leave the funds behind.

Siena, Tuscany

Crazy horses and cobbled squares

Siena’s ravishing medieval architecture is usually lost on children. Pique their interest with an adventure up the bell tower, a gallop through the narrow streets and a gelato at half time. Jazz drifts through the air from the local jazz school and twice a year, ten men race around the square bareback on horses in a wild race called the Palio.