This villa, dating from the 16th century, still retains the atmosphere of a an antique Templar residence. The central part of the villa and the right wing have recently been totally restored, maintaining the cotto floors and the beamed ceilings, yet adding all modern comforts. There is a piano in the sitting room, available for guests. To the front of the villa, there is a beautiful stone courtyard where it is possibile to enjoy the meals prepared by the helpful staff, who lives on the premises. Just 100 meters away a swimming pool was installed among the olive groves. Villa di Montelopio is situated in the village it is named after, just 15 minutes drive from the medieval village of Castelfalfi, with its renowned 18 hole golf course. The famous Tuscan cities and towns of Volterra, Florence, Pisa, Lucca, San Gimignano and Siena are easily accessible from the property.
Resident guardians provide cleaning and cook service for breakfast and dinner, 5 days a week.
12m x 6m
Large living room with fireplace and piano, formal dining room both opening onto the courtyard through a staircase; library; twin bedroom; bathroom (shower); staff kitchen.
Living room with fireplace; kitchen; double bedroom; twin bedroom; single bedroom; 2 bathrooms (shower) and 1 bathroom (bathtub);
Air-conditioned suite composed of sitting room, double bedroom and en-suite bathroom (shower).
- Near Village
- Baby Bed
- Close To a Restaurant
- Price Match Guarantee
- Internet Wifi
- Enclosed Property
- Managed Directly
- Panoramic View
- Swimming Pool
- Family Friendly
- Well-equipped Kitchen
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Arrival time is on Saturday between 4 pm and 7 pm (after 8 pm a fee of € 50 is required and after 10 pm the fee is € 100. Any late arrival has to be agreed in advance).
In Villa di Montelopio a complimentary cooking service is included.
You can enjoy delicious and authentic breakfasts and dinners prepared for you by the house staff.
The service is offered everyday with the exception of Sunday which is the staff day-off and only breakfast will be prepared.
Please note that the costs of the grocery are not included in the price.
Arrival between 16:00 and 19:00
Departure within 10:00
Pool open from 1 June to 28 September
Not included in the rental price and to be paid on the spot:
Refundable Security Deposit in cash (mandatory): 1300.00€
Heating (on request): according to consumption
Included in the rental price:
Bed linen and towels (weekly changed)
High chair (on request)
Babycot (on request)
- On Request
- Not Available
Places near the property:
- Distance to Town: Peccioli 8 km
- Distance to Shops: 1 km
- Distance to Restaurant: 4.3 km
- Distance to Main City: Pisa 51 km
- Distance to Motorway: Pontedera 24.3 km
- Distance to Railway Station: Pontedera Stazione 27 km
- Distance to Airport: Galileo Galilei Pisa, Via Highway 50 km
- Distance to Sea: Castiglioncello 55 km
Guest Reviews for Villa Di Montelopio
We splurged and decided to rent the whole villa even though we were only 3 people. Having all the space to ourselves was wonderful. The onsite kitchen staff and groundskeeper were great. I had even pre-ordered a bunch of wine and had it shipped to the villa. We had cold champagne ready for us upon arrival! The fireplace is also huge. Almost 6' tall and 8' wide. We enjoyed burning fires all day, especially one day when it rained. We were warm and cozy, and Dubi made sure we had more than enough firewood.
Perfection! We stayed for three weeks and wished we could have stayed longer. The villa was a residence of the Knights Templar in the 12th century. The bedrooms were spacious as were the public rooms. We had unseasonably chilly weather and we were treated to roaring fires by the caretaker Dubi. The chef, Paola and her helpers prepared a wonderful breakfast everyday and dinner six days (Sundays off). We were a party of nine, friends and family. What a perfect destination for everyone. All the privacy one could want and also room enough to be together.
As a family staying at Villa di Montelopio, we truly enjoyed our time. We thought the villa offers guests an incomparable experience that is living in a historical building surrounded by beautiful nature. We found that the staff were very friendly and helpful. Although language was somewhat of a barrier, the housekeeper Dubi made sure our needs were all met.
This villa was beyond our expectations. The pictures in the ad are accurate and actually cannot capture the grandeur of it. The staff are superb. Friendly, helpful, and cooking was amazing. Gave us privacy, but there when we needed them. Housekeeping kept our rooms straight. It was awesome.
The villa passed our expectations - very very spacious, grand in a perfect state of dilapidation (everything worked, even the wifi, if a little slowly). The pool was about 50 m away through a fantastic olive grove, and kept spotlessly clean by Dubi, the caretaker. The rooms were likewise kept very clean each day. The living room is enormous and very imposing, although we never used it, as we always sat outside, or were eating in the equally lovely dining room. Breakfast and dinner were prepared by Paula and Laura, each meal better than the last. They also showed us how to make different sorts of pasta on two afternoons. My one complaint, in fact, is a consequence of how great it was here, I put on two kilos in seven days! The owner Vittorio also paid a visit on the second day and made us feel very welcome. Pisa and Florence are an hour or so away by car, plus San Gimignano a little closer. All worth visiting. Bar across the road was also very friendly Will definitely go again!
A little off the main tourist trail in Tuscany, this villa was amazing value. Stunning property (better than the photos!), beautiful grounds, friendly owner & staff, amazing food produced by Paula catered for a challenging combination of dietary requirements. Whilst its location provides refuge from the hordes, attractions such as San Gimignano, Montefioralle (La Castellana - lovely food & terrific staff who helped with our car breakdown), Monteriggioni (eat at Il Pozzo) etc. all only 40 mins to an hour or so away by car. Situated between Pisa & San Gimignano, so useful if you want to explore the coastal areas or spend the day on a ferry along the Cinque Terre. Any minor issues dealt with efficiently by staff. We sorted out the owner's WiFi problem by resetting the password (with his permission) to something manageable. After departure guests told me the bathroom in the very charming Tower does not get hot water - plenty of other bathrooms but great if this could be fixed. Child friendly
Loved its historicism. Food was good; Maria and her server did a great job.
We enjoyed our stay at Montelopio. The staff were excellent and prepared first class meals. The meals were traditional Tuscan and it was nice just to come back at the end of a day and not have to look for a restaurant. The building is as it was described. The location is excellent and near all the great places to visit in Tuscany. As we spoke no Italian it was a little difficult to communicate with some of the staff. The caretaker spoke several languages so we communicated through him. It was a vacation of a lifetime. We had a great time.
“Relaxing” Charming villa in a rural location, perfect for catching up with family. Maria, the cook, was wonderful and the villa has a lot of character. Favorite activity: Trips to nearby hill towns
Absolutely lovely! Villa di Montelopio lived up to all my crazy movie-inspired expectations of what a week in a villa in Tuscany should be. Maria, the cook, made us delicious dinners almost every night, taking just Sunday off. She, her helper Maria Paola and the caretaker Tubi were as friendly and helpful as could be. The villa itself is incredible, just as in the pictures. Just a few caveats: The villa staffers are wonderful, but they barely speak English; pointing and gesturing will get you only so far if no one in your group speaks Italian. Get GPS in your car; it's worth every penny. And if you go in September, buy plenty of bug spray. But those are just quibbles. Our stay was everything I hoped it would be, and I would go back in a heartbeat
We highly recommend Villa Di Montelopio it is a wondefully maintained villa that dates back as far as the 12th century. Each day a new treasure unfolds as you learn more about the villa. The staff Maria, Sig. Dubi and Maria Palo are fantastic. They are on site to help with all of your needs. Maria's cooking is fantastic and provides an authentic taste experience in Tuscan cooking.Set on beautiful grounds the villa staff has a large garden, presses their own olive oil and makes their own wine. Montelopio is a quaint small village convenient to most Tuscan towns.The accomadations are outstanding and the staff alone provide a huge plus. Five out of five stars!!! We will be back.
I just wanted to say what a fantastic time we had at Mentelopio. It was even more beautiful in real life then it looked on the internet which is saying something. We all loved it. Also, could you pass on huge thanks to Dubi (not sure how you spell this), Maria and Paola who were all brilliant. Maria's cooking was delicious and Dubi was really efficient and couldn't do enough for us. I loved the puppy Morro too. I'm sure he'll be a great guard dog when he grows up. Victorio was very kind and helped us fix up the wifi. Thanks also for all your help in organising this. If you need a testimonial or anything, don't hesitate to ask.