About this listing
The apartment is a renovated basement flat, once used for the family production and storage of wine. It is composed of a fully equipped kitchen, a living room with tv and a double sofa bed, a bedroom with a double and a single bed and a bathroom with shower and washing machine. There's also a shared courtyard with table and chairs to enjoy your meals outside.
The flat is located approximately 30 minutes from the main Tuscan historical centres, in a village untouched by mass tourism.
The flat used to be the old family winery, which we renovated few years ago but the old structure is still visible in its vaults and stone arches and the thick walls keep it very cool during the summer months.
With its double bedroom and the double sofa bed, the flat is perfect to host a family of four/five but we can arrange to welcome more people.
You will have access to the shared courtyard, where you will find a table and chairs to enjoy your meals outside.
Interaction with guests
We will be very happy to welcome you and to show you around and we will be available at any time since we live next to the apartment.
Casciana Alta is a small town of Etruscan origin; the main square offers a great view on the hills and towns around. It is located in an area that lies between the Tyrrhenian coast From Casciana you can visit Pisa, Livorno, Volterra, Lucca (40 minutes), Florence, San Giminano (50 minutes) Siena (1h45 minutes)
There are about 4 daily bus connections to Pontedera train station, but I strongly recommend to rent a car to visit the surrounding of Casciana Alta.
Smoking Allowed (outside).
No pets allowed.
No loud music after 22 hours.
Keep the place clean and tidy.
This host has a Flexible Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of the trip and the first night is non-refundable, with the exception of fees.
A passion for travels and food; I am lucky enough to spend half the year in Strasbourg and the other half in Tuscany, in the beautiful countryside town I am from and where my husband makes wine for a living. So, if you like, you can stay at our place here in the charming and colourful city that Strasbourg is :)