Holiday Rentals in Caprese Michelangelo, Tuscany

A romantic and idyllic corner of Tuscany

★★★★★
5 5 1
The warm welcome from Jenny was a lovely start to our holiday in Simonicchi. Sunglasses are a must when taking breakfast on the roof terrace, with stunning views across the valley to the tree covered mountains beyond. The Villa is clean, tidy, well equipped and with many books available to choose from. The beds are very comfortable and the shower is such a blessing in the heat! Excellent restaurants in Lama and Caprese a few minutes down the road in the car. There are wonderful walks nearby, so get the guide maps from the helpful lady in the Tourist Information in Chiusi. See Michelangelo's birthplace in Caprese and St Francis' sanctuary at La Verna. Beautiful old town of Anghiari is not too far and further afield make time to visit Poppi, Assisi and Arezzo. Florence is 2 hours away but suggest parking at Arezzo and taking the (fast) train on to Florence. We would recommend the Villa to friends and family, and hope to return ourselves. Thank you Jenny for a wonderful and relaxing honeymoon in this romantic and idyllic corner of Tuscany.

Stunning Holiday

★★★★★
5 5 1
I stayed here with my two children (11 and 14) as I really needed a get away from it all holiday with peace and quiet, great wine and good food. I chose wisely! Stunning place, my host was thoughtful and approachable, it is a place to experience the real Italy.

Full immersion relaxation

★★★★★
5 5 1
The house is delightful, beautifully restored while maintaining its historical character. The views are fantastic, stretching across the valley to the wooded mountains. A painter is spoiled for choice, but probably, like me, won't need to go beyond the terraced garden to find inspiration. The owner is happy to advise visitors about venues and is always ready to help solve any problems that arise.

Self-catering apartments in Simonicchi hamlet. 

This tiny hamlet is hidden from the  mountain road that leads up to the Franciscan Sanctuary of La Verna,  and down to the medieval  hilltown of Anghiari. At every point there is a vast, perfect panorama. It is part of an ancient community known for its  family restaurants,  traditional recipes and abundant regional wine. The hospitality is generous and warm-hearted.

Villa Simonicchi provides peace, relaxation and healing, especially on the roof terrace with its inspiring views, where away from all eyes you make yourself a private world of your own.

 

Set deep in the beautiful countryside that gave birth to the Renaissance, it is surprisingly central for the great cities of Arezzo, Siena, Perugia, and Assisi and for Florence and its designer outlets.

 

Relax, eat and drink well, explore the mountains on the the old village footpaths, sightsee in the great cities of the Renaissance, and you will have a feast for body, mind and soul.