Strada dei Molini 4-6, 53041 Asciano Crete Senesi (Siena, Tuscany) Type: Country House Page visited 4080 times since 04.05.2009
Pets and small pets (dog, cat, etc.) are allowed.
The accommodation is located near the arts, museums and monuments.
The accommodation is located near the nature, flora, fauna and countryside.
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... In the heart of the Crete Senesi ... a few steps from the historic center of Asciano, thriving country of origin etrusche.alle gates of Siena. a charming and old mill, dating from the fourteenth century, laid directly on top of a waterfall. Overlooking the river valleys of Bestini, a different way to spend a vacation and live in peace ... and the only problem is to be soothed by the sound of the waters of the river that flows into waterfalls
The Molino dei Preti is located in the countryside on the banks of the river Bestini and focus on the side of the waterfall Lama, overlooks a picturesque valley just 50 meters from the center of Asciano, the heart of Crete Senesi.
Composed of 2 pretty ecaratteristici apartment, furnished in perfect Tuscan style.
Equipped with all comforts.
The Mill Apartment 4 beds and 2 bathrooms with shower
The Granaio4 flat beds 1 bathroom with shower.
The apartments are completely independent and surrounded by private outdoor courtyard and garden on the banks of the River.
Both apartments are equipped with all appliances and dishes needed for a good stay. including bed linen for the bathroom, the bedroom and kitchen.
equipped with a barbecue outside. and garden furniture.
Also equipped with private parking.
Pets small and medium size.
From Asciano magnificent start the roads: the historic Lauretana to Siena, the route of Rapolano and the splendid road to Monte Sante Marie. It 'also the ideal base to reach the Abbey of Monteoliveto Maggiore (XIV century), the most important monastic complex of Siena founded by Bernardo Tolomei. In a magnificent position between the woods and ravines are characterized by significant early Renaissance frescoes by Luca Signorelli and Sodoma. The small and rich journey into the center of Asciano begins in front of the Basilica of St. Agatha (XI sec. And amendments to the'500,'600,'800), where you can admire a Madonna and Child by Signorelli and Sodoma of Piety . Near the church is the Museum of Sacred Art which houses a collection of the fourteenth century. Corso Matteotti passes in the heart of the city overlooking the small Gothic church of San Bernardino (home of the Etruscan Museum) and the late Gothic church of St. Augustine. Very nice for the simplicity of its architecture, the church of San Francesco (XIII century). The journey ends in the Piazza del Grano, which is identified in the beautiful fountain in travertine (XV century) by Paolo Ghini and the facade of the Palazzo del Podestà. Lovers of art will not lose out on visiting the museum with the works of Amos Cassioli important interpreter of the 18th century in Siena.