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5 luxury farmhouses in Tuscany

Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort luxury farmhouse in Tuscany

Nowadays, the farm is not only synonymous with a bucolic environment, nature and animals but also with luxury. Discover with us 5 luxury farmhouses in Tuscany!

Farm holidays in the Tuscan countryside

Holidays on a farm in Tuscany are an increasingly popular destination for today’s tourists.

They are the ideal solution for families with children but also young couples looking for intimacy and relaxation immersed in a bucolic environment.

There are many reasons why you can choose to stay in a farmhouse compared to the more classic hotels. Farmhous is synonymous with nature and therefore many tourists choose it for the presence of animals, products grown on the spot and a family welcome.

We also think only of families with children, to spend holidays in contact with animals is something unique that they will always remember.

Children and adults can then have fun together in many activities normally offered by Tuscan farmhouses, such as riding lessons, cooking classes to learn how to make pasta or pizza, and participate in the harvest.

Food and wine: cooking in Tuscan farmhouses

In Tuscany, good food is at home. Restaurants and Taverns offer traditional or gourmet menus capable of satisfying even the most refined palates.

In Tuscan farmhouses the kitchen differs from the more crowded restaurants as it is generally made with products grown locally or from nearby farms.

It is a more home cooking made of a set of traditional local recipes that are handed down from generation to generation. The dishes are strictly seasonal and contain all the taste of this genuine land.

Today, however, eating on a farm does not only mean home-made cooking because many luxury holiday farms in Tuscany have enriched their offer by offering menus that revisit the Tuscan tradition thanks to the creativity of wise chefs.

5 luxury farmhouses in Tuscany

A luxury farmhouse in Tuscany can therefore combine all the bucolic charm of the most authentic nature with charm, the comfort of a level structure.

Combining these two components means being pampered with the best services in a genuine environment, where nature is the protagonist.

Staying in a luxury farmhouse in Tuscany is the right solution for those who do not want to give up those small exclusive attentions that only certain structures can guarantee, for example the presence of a swimming pool, a secular park or a panoramic terrace.

Here is a list of 5 luxury holiday farms in Tuscany that are truly top-level:

Il Borro
Nestled in the heart of Tuscany, Il Borro is just 60km from Florence.

Lupaia
Located in the Sienese countryside between Pienza and Montepulciano.

Il Borghetto
Just 4km from San Gimignano.

Pratello
Located in the green countryside in the province of Pisa.

Montelucci
Nestled in the beautiful Val di Chiana.

 

Choose the best luxury farmhouse in Tuscany

It is not always easy to find the right balance between comfort and rural dimension and sometimes you risk losing that typical bucolic aspect of the farm. At Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort our greatest commitment is precisely to offer the best services by integrating perfectly into the territory, bringing to life the Country Chic soul of our ancient Renaissance Villa.

For luxury holidays immersed in the nature of Mugello we are waiting for you at Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort!

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