Tuscany, Grosseto, Cinigiano

    • Sleeps 9+1 Guests
    • Bedrooms 5 Bedrooms
    • Bathrooms 4 Bathrooms
    • Floor area sq m 220 m2
    • Pool
    • WiFi
    • Terrace
    • Fireplace
    • Airport distance:
      Rome 212 km
      Pisa 184 km
      Florence 140 km

    € 3220 - 4520 per week

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    Gorgeous views over the Tuscan landscape

    Poderino is located in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by ancient olive groves, meadows, forests and maquis. It is a 300 year old, typically Tuscan farm, set on a hill, surrounded by an seemingly endless succession of hills with olive groves, meadows and small splashes of dark green woods. The restoration of the large farmhouse took nearly four years, lead by the passion of the owner for authenticity. He worked with local craftsmen, using the best materials such as hand made terracotta tiles and plaster tinted with natural pigments. In contrast, the decoration of the house is refreshingly modern and unconventional for Italian standards.

    The ground floor is characterised by a large open space with a modern kitchen area, cosy dining area and comfortable living space with TV and fireplace. French windows lead onto the terraces and into the garden. From the kitchen area a side door leads onto a terrace with pergola equipped with a table and chairs for al fresco meals.

    The well-tended garden offers not only privacy (no neighbours to be seen) but also large lawns for games and sports. The pool lies one terrace below the house, and is surrounded by more lawns.

    Poderino is a holiday rental of high standard with tasteful furnishing and a great pool. It is an ideal place to refuel yourself, while discovering an new part of Tuscany which has a lot to go for itself.

    Please note: This house is not adapted to small children, mainly because of the staircase which has no reiling and the high walls between the different levels in the garden.


    Poderino lies on the southern Tuscan coast, also known as Maremma, not far from the provincial capital of Grosseto. It belongs to the municipality of Cinigiano. The small village of Cinigiano lies at a distance of 8 km. It has a grocery shop, bakery, butcher, bar, restaurants and a post office. Sparsely populated and firmly attached to its peasant roots, the Maremma has remained a treasure chest of pristine beaches, bright green hillsides, olive groves and vineyards, strange fairytale animals, old medieval towns, and good, real good homemade food and wine.

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    • Pool: 5 x 10m / salt water pool 
    • Internet WIFI connection for house and garden
    • Fireplace
    • Satellite-TV (Apple TV)
    • Bluetooth station (Marshall)
    • Fully equipped kitchen with built-in 4 burner gas stove
    • 1 fridge-freezer combination
    • 1 fridge with freezer
    • Toaster
    • Orange press
    • Breadmaker
    • Blender
    • Ice maker
    • Espresso machine
    • Italian Bialetti espresso machine
    • Electric kettle
    • Dishwasher
    • Washing machine
    • Iron and ironing board
    • 2 hair dryers
    • Fans in all bedrooms
    • Mosquito repellers in all bedrooms 
    • Some games (cards, backgammon)
    • Badminton game for the garden
    • Modern gas barbecue in the garden
    • Terrace
    • Parking on the grounds for 4 or 5 cars
    Touring ideas

    Cinigiano next village 8 km
    Grosseto next town 21 km 
    Montalcino 36 km 
    Marina di Grosseto beach 41 km 
    Wild beach of Alberese 44 km 
    Saturnia 48 km
    Porto Ercole 73 km 
    Siena 74 km
    Massa Marittima 88 km
    Porto Ercole 90 km
    Florence 140 km
    Pisa 184 km
    Rome 212 km



    Beaches: Generally the water is warm enough to swim from mid May to mid October. Marina di Grosseto beach is a stretch of fine golden sand, lots of facilities and beach clubs (41 km - 50 minutes). Le Marze beach: beautiful beach located between the town of Castiglione della Pescaia and Marina di Grosseto with the wonderful Pineta del Tombolo behind. Beautiful wild beach of Marina di Alberese: part of the Maremma park (44 km - 50 minutes).

    The islands and hiring a boat: In Porto Santo Stefano, you can hire boat which will take you to te islands of Giglio and Giannutri off the Tuscan coast. Giglio has a charming main village and castle, and many creeks hidden between the cliffs. Giannutri, its bare coastline dominated by the ruins of a Roman villa overlooking the sea, recalls some of the Greek islands, which deep-sea divers can look for sunken Roman galeons on the sea bed.

    Talamone: Boat trip with Paolo Fanciulli, a Maremma fishermen: http://www.paoloilpescatore.it/

    We recommend a visit to the fish-market of Castiglione della Pescaia. The fresh fish is delivered directly from the fisherman’s boats (50 minutes from Poderino).

    Grosseto, the main city of Maremma, consists of an old area enclosed by a beautiful hexagonal wall with six ramparts at the vertices. The historical centre is small, but well preserved. Market on Thursday - foodstuffs, household goods, clothes, plants and flowers.

    The Parco Regionale de la Maremma which extends over 10.000 hectares along the coast has many signposted tracks affording views of herds of the lyre-horned cattle of the Maremma still rounded up by the local cowboys known as "butteri" and the indigenous horses of Maremma in the wild. Furthermore the park boast 7 towers, the ruins of an abbey and twenty-six grottoes. During the summer months the park can only be visited with a guide. Visits by night from 8 to 11 pm are a special thrill. At 50 minutes from Poderino.

    The Etruscans: A trip through what was known as Etruria is one of the most interesting archaeological excursions in Italy. The Etruscan necropolis of Sovana at 70 km includes the vie cave, ancient roads dug into the rock. The necropolises of Vetulonia at 59 km , that constitute the greatest evidence of Etruscan funerary architecture. The Ruins of Roselle at 28 km, ancient Etruscan and - later Roman - settlement.

    Massa Marittima, known as the medieval jewel of the Maremma is embedded in a landscape of rare beauty. The most important landmarks are: the Cattedrale (Cathedral), Fortezza dei Senesi (Sienese Fortress), Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo Pretorio. Massa Marittimia is also known for his festival Balestro del Girofalco, an archery competition between the three neighbourhoods of the city. For more information, check out the official festival website http://www.societaterzierimassetani.it/?lang=en

    The village of Scansano at 30 km is the homeland of the Morellino di Scansano wine, a fruity and fresh red wine. The wine is produced in the rolling hills around the medieval village of Scansano. Poggio Argentieri, Fattoria le Pupille, Massi di Mandorlaia, Tenuta dell'Ammiraglia, Fattoria Mantellassi, and Santa Lucia offer personalized tastings.

    Scarlino is situated in a picturesque position at 229 m above sea level, the village consisting of a maze of alleys has conserved numerous interesting examples of old architecture.

    The Tarot-Garden of Niki de Saint-Phalle: On one of the hills not far from Poderino the famous french artist hs built her „Jardin des Tarots“, twenty two giant sculptures inspired by the figures of the magic tarot cards. Children love it!

    The “Città del Tufo” are well-worth a visit: three beautiful villages that lie on rocky outcrops: Pitigliano, Sorano and Sovana.

    Hot springs: Tuscany is famous for its hot springs. Terme di Saturnia, at 1h 30 min from Poderino, is the most spectacular, with hot waterfalls in the middle of nature. In summer one might prefer coming here in the evening or even better, at night. The lesser known Terme di Petrioli (1h distance). Natural hot spring pools formed beside the river Farma, situated in the Ombrone valley, near the town of Monticiano (between Siena and Grosseto). Petriolo is still very popular with locals who soak in the hot mineral water where it cascades down the bank via a number of artificial pools into the Farma river. The enviroment is natural and enchanting.

    Montalcino is beautifully situated on a hill inhabited since Etruscan times, swathed in vineyards and olive groves. It is a quiet, affluent, attractive town with pretty buildings and flower-filled squares, and many shops selling the Brunello di Montalcino.

    Sant’Antimo is surely one of the loveliest Romanesque buildings in all of Italy. It is hard to imagine a more sympathetic combination of architectural grace and natural setting. Originally founded by Charlemagne in 800, the abbey was once home to a prominent Benedictine community. Creamy stone bricks, luminous Volterran alabaster, playful carvings and frescoes of animals give it a peculiarly sunny air. A group of French Cistercian monks now runs the abbey, celebrating Mass with Gregorian chants several times a day.

    Siena: The Sienese have no doubt, their town is the most beautiful in all of Tuscany, if not all of Italy. Siena has remained a Gothic city. Renaissance, one of the major influences in Florence, hardly affected the urban development of Siena. The city unfolds around the main shell-shaped square called "Il Campo." Twice a year the famous horse race known as the "Palio" takes place here. The narrow streets are lined with old shops and small cafes, while churches and museums are real treasures of the fourteenth century. 


    Please note: the Google Maps are only approximative, the exact address will be given after finalized booking.

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    Ground floor:
    Contemporary open space living, dining and kitchen, French windows lead into the garden
    Storage room next to the kitchen (walk through room leading onto a terrace equipped with table and chairs)
    1 Bathroom with Italian shower
    Entrance hall with staircase leading to the 1st floor

    First floor:
    4 double bedrooms
    1 single bedroom
    2 bathrooms with Italian shower
    1 bathroom with tub & Italian shower    

    Well-tended garden on several levels (terraces)
    Private saltwater pool 10 m x 5 m x 1.60 m (facing west), equipped with sunbeds, parasols and solar shower
    South facing terrace with pergola with table and chairs
    West facing terrace with small table
    High quality gas barbecue


    Please note: On the photos can be seen two buildings: one with a yellow façade, the other with a white façade. The house with the yellow façade is the rental. The house with the white façade is closed.

    The property is not adapted to small children, mainly because of the staircase which has no reiling and the high walls between the different levels in the garden.

    Request BookingPoderino
    02 Nov 2019 - 28 Dec 2019
    3220 EUR
    05 Jan 2019 - 11 May 2019
    3670 EUR
    14 Sep 2019 - 02 Nov 2019
    4070 EUR
    11 May 2019 - 14 Sep 2019
    4520 EUR

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    Poderino 02 Nov 2019 - 28 Dec 2019
    05 Jan 2019 - 11 May 2019
    14 Sep 2019 - 02 Nov 2019
    11 May 2019 - 14 Sep 2019
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    • Bed, bath and kitchen linens
    • Pool towels
    • Electricity
    • Internet WIFI connection
    • Maid service (3 hours house cleaning on Tuesday and Thursday)
    • Final cleaning
    • Garden maintenance 
    • Should you have rented your house for more than 1 week, the house will be cleaned on Saturdays and the linen will be changed.


    • Heating (if required): EUR 60 set price per day
    • Wood for fireplace: EUR 10 per basket
    • Additional bed for a 10th person at extra charge eventually available: please check upon booking.


    Prior to arrival guests are asked to make a security deposit of EUR 1000 (credit card pre-authorisation held by our agency). At the end of the stay the credit card pre-autorisation will be cancelled, unless it has to be used partly or fully for any damage or unpaid local expenses.

    SERVICE ON REQUEST (please enquire with us when booking)

    • Domestic help (house cleaning): on request
    • First shopping: EUR 50 (expenses for a few basics and shopping time included). The shopping list includes: bread, butter, jam, eggs, 2 litres of milk, 1 packet Earl Grey tea, 1 packet coffee, natural yoghurt, 2 bottles of orange juice, 2 kg fruit of the season, 2 kg pasta (noodles), 2 jars tomato sauce, 1 piece fresh parmesan cheese, salad and tomatoes, extra vergin olive oil, 4 litres of mineral water, 3 bottles of beer.


    • Reservations from Saturday to Saturday
    • Availability only during the above mentioned dates
    • Pool opening dates: mid of May - end of September
    • This house is not adapted to small children, mainly because of the staircase which has no reiling and the high walls between the different levels in the garden.

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