Castiglione d’Orcia, Italy

Enjoy this video made by the residents of our sweet little village of Castiglione d’Orcia

Casa Castigliana was the community olive oil mill, or “frantoio,” many years ago and it still retains its vintage charm. Laid out over three levels, the townhouse is perfectly suited for one or two couples to enjoy the many pleasures of a Tuscan hill town. The house is arranged with the front entrance on the piazza, just inside the ancient “Porta di Sopra,” which is part of the original wall of the village.

You will enter into a large dining room and kitchen with soaring beamed ceilings and a cozy fireplace. The entire house was remodeled in 2016 and sports a brand new kitchen, which has state of the art appliances, but still evokes a classic Tuscan feel.  A few steps up is the first of two full bathrooms, both with walk-in showers, then a few more steps will bring you to the main level with a large living room with fireplace, a bedroom and another full bathroom. Up a few more steps is an additional large bedroom with stunning views over the garden and up to the ancient fortress.

Out the back door you’ll find the charming walled garden full of olive trees, grape vines and a dining terrace where you’ll spend many hours savoring the foods and wines of the region.

Summary: 2 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms with showers, modern kitchen, dining room with fireplace, living room with fireplace, two outdoor seating areas, garden.

2018 rates: $1,000/1 week, $1,750/2 weeks

Available April to December. Check in 3-5 p.m., check out by 10 a.m.

Longer (monthly) rentals considered on request.

Bookings run Saturday to Saturday.

Larger groups: There are three other smaller apartments within a few steps of the house that can be rented in conjunction with Casa Castigliana for groups of up to 10 people.  Please inquire for more information.