Borgo Tranquilitta

Tuscany

Peaceful cottages with pool in the Tuscan hills

Ideal for

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Borgo Tranquillita (or “Quiet Village”) is the perfect place for a peaceful Tuscan family holiday. The estate offers just 3 charming detached cottages surrounded by olive groves and hills, making you feel as if you really are away from it all. Enjoy amazing views from the beautiful pool, dine al fresco on your private terrace or tear yourself away and explore some of the nearby beautiful Tuscan towns, cities, lakes and countryside.

  • Units

    3

  • Sleeps

    2-5

  • Bedrooms

    2-3

  • Pets

    Yes

  • Mobility

    No

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About this place

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What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Swimming pool Swimming pool
  • Wifi Wifi

Rooms

Eating at Borgo Tranquilitta

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Eating at Borgo Tranquilitta

Activities

Eating at Borgo Tranquilitta

Accessibility

Each cottage is arranged over two floors and are therefore not wheelchair accessible.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By road

The cottages are approximately 30 minutes drive south of Arezzo, along the SR71, and around 1hr from both Siena and Perugia.

By air

Perugia airport is just over an hours drive from the cottages, or alternatively Peretola airport (Florence) is around 90 minutes away.

By rail

The local station in Castiglion Fiorentino has trains to many major towns and cities including Florence, Siena and Arezzo.

About the owners

Terry

2020

Borgo Tranquillita is managed by a co-operative of local villa owners who have been welcoming guests to the region since 1996.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • For wonderful wine tasting head to the Chianti area, Montepulciano and Montalcino (Brunello).

  • For some pampering book a day at one of the many local spas, including the thermal resort of Rapolano near Siena.

  • Visit the medieval town of Anghiari for a real taste of Tuscany with fairs, theatre and open air shows.

  • Markets are held on most days around the region so you’ll be sure to find one to suit.