Your holiday in a charming 14th century Villa near Florence
Agriturismo La Topaia, situated in the 14th century Villa of the same name located 3 km from Borgo San Lorenzo and just 25 km north of Florence, is an excellent base for enchanting visits to the main artiustic towns and cities in Tuscany and beyond, while the surrounding countryside provides the opportunityto engage in all sorts of outdoor sports, leisure facilities and nature trails, making La Topaia an excellent choice for a regenerating holiday in the notably harmonious Tuscan countryside.
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The villa and its location
Villa La Topaia, which is celebrated for having provided the backdrop to the tempestuous love story between novelist Sibilla Aleramo and poet Dino Campana in 1916, stands at the top of a gently rolling hill overlooking a small valley of cultivated fields splendidly alternated by extensive woods.
Our location in the green heart of the Mugello valley at the foot of the Tuscan Apennines offers an enchanting view of a charming corner of Tuscan countryside, marked on the right by the historic Romanesque church of San Giovanni Maggiore and on the left by the stately Villa di Corte and the century-old park of the Marquis Frescobaldi.
Tireless shoppers will be equally delighted by the choice of shops in the nearby Barberino fashion outlet or the numerous period 'botteghe' offering traditional crafts and local produce.
Rooms and outdoors
Inside the Villa La Topaia, after a recent attentive restoration, there are now 6 comfortable double rooms with bathroom, a suite with a queen size bed, bathroom, and a suite with a double room, a single room, bathroom and for a total of 8 rooms in the villa.
Altogether we can, therefore, welcome up to 17 guests.
During the summer, our guests can enjoy and relax by the outdoor swimming pool.
The farmland covers 36 hectares, mostly planted with cereals and grape vines. Our guests are welcome to taste and purchase our home grown products.
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