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Reviewed 19 July 2011

We have had an amazing week at Casa Carbonaia together with nice people from England, Ireland and Scotland. Simone and his crew took always professional good care of us. The torcana surroundings and the old farm just did the rest for a pleasant stay in the heart of Toscana.. Thanks for a great week and we hope to be back...

1Thank tjejensen
Reviewed 10 February 2011

We have been staying in Casa Carbonaia on holidays for the past six years, It offers everything you want for a great holiday, You have a great train service within ten minutes, Visit all the the major citys, or just stay in this lovely setting It sure is a little piece of heaven.

1Thank Shelliewellysmelly
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 August 2010

Just spent 2 weeks staying in casa carbonaia a beautiful estate in the Tuscan hills overlooking vinci. we stayed in an apartment converted from a traditional Tuscan farmhouse which although rustic met our requirements. A beautiful spring water pool in an idyllic hillside setting was just what we needed after a morning cycle ride amongst the many local Italian cyclists....

2Thank Eddy90
Stocksfield, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 March 2010

Casa Carbonaia is a beautiful old Tuscan farm that has been converted into 6 appartments. The location is spectacular, nestled on a beautiful hillside, it is a perfect spot to watch a sunset and it's only a short train journey from nearby Empoli to the cultural cities of Florence and Pisa. However, the best part of staying at Casa Carbonaia...

2Thank lorrazza
Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Reviewed 16 March 2010

We stayed in Anchiano and it met all our expectations. The ancient farmhouse is beautiful as are the views. We were slightly nervous travelling with a nine month old but Luigi and Simone had organised a cot and a high chair. The apartment was very clean and the kitchen supplies (pots and pans etc) sufficient. With the hot weather we...

Thank cathviola
Cambridgeshire, UK
Reviewed 29 May 2009

The appartments are lovely old farm buidlings converted into appartments. We stayed in appartment anchiano. The appartments themselves are rustic, quite basic and the furnishings are a number of years old and a bit faded. The shower rooms are ridiculously small and very cramped. If you aren't spending much time inside the appartment it wouldn't be a problem but if...

1Thank Padfink
Reviewed 26 October 2007

This is our second stay at Casa Carbonaia and it won't be our last. We had one of the rustic flats in a converted farmhouse perched on the hillside with fantastic panoramic views. Quiet location wonderful sunsets as it gets sun all day and faces west. Accommodation has everything you need towels, linen, but as it's self catering you buy...

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Casa Carbonaia: a peaceful place, where you can really plunge into nature, walking along unbeaten paths in natural oak and chestnut forest or rather swimming in the big 7x14 meters pool or riding our professional mountain bikes. Our walking or biking guided-tours will allow you to discover the birthplace of the world-wide known genius Leonardo da Vinci. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa Carbonaia

Address: Via Santa Lucia 11, 50059 Vinci, Italy
Region: Italy > Tuscany > Province of Florence > Vinci
Number of rooms: 7
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“Can be closed off into smaller apartments or available for larger parties as a whole house. My room didn't have A/C but ceiling was high with tiled floor and small window so felt cool.”
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“Ask for a house with air conditioning if travelling in August.”
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