Holiday house

Casa Al Settimo Cielo

8.1

Last minute: April, May and June 10% discount, minimum stay one week.

Che Vita is located in the Italian village in Tuscany Garetto. The apartment is one of the three cottages where the farmhouse is divided. In June 2009 the house was completed. The houses are at the beginning of a dead end street with a total of eight houses. You can enjoy the tranquility and the fantastic views of your own private terrace with an outdoor kitchen and gas grill and a typical Tuscan Gazibo (roofing) directly to the house.
Che Vita has an area of ??approximately 95m2. It has an enclosed private terrace of 50 m2. The houses have a communal garden with a swimming pool of 12m by 6m, with a depth of 80 cm to 200 cm, a Gazibo and loungers. There is a private parking place.
Division

Ground floor

• Living with eg double sofa bed, TV with Dutch TV and wireless internet
• Kitchen with fully equipped kitchen with oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and dinette

Upstairs

• Bedroom with double bed
• Bedroom with two single beds
 2 Bathroom with shower, toilet and sink

The host, Wilfred & José

Micazu member since February 2011

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We enjoy themselves immensely culture, peace, gastronomy and hospitality of Tuscany. So we decided to buy a house in Tuscany. Our passion for Tuscany, we want to convey and therefore we rent our own as well as the two other cottages in Garetto.

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Arrival season on Saturday between 16:00 and 19:00.
Departure Saturday 10:00.
Other durations and arrival days on request.

Final cleaning: € 70, -
Self broom clean leave the apartment, garbage removal and oven, refrigerator and grill cleaning.

Linen, beds, kitchen and bath once a week, up to 4 persons,
each additional person € 10, -pp, once a week.
Also a bath towel per person for at pool.


Rates & duration

Prices are per stay

From
05-10-2019
to
04-01-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 700.00
Midweek -
Night € 100.00
Weekend -
From
04-01-2020
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24-04-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 700.00
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From
24-04-2020
to
29-05-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 750.00
Midweek -
Night € 107.00
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From
29-05-2020
to
04-07-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 900.00
Midweek -
Night € 130.00
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From
04-07-2020
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29-08-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 1100.00
Midweek -
Night € 158.00
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From
29-08-2020
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26-09-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 900.00
Midweek -
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From
26-09-2020
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31-10-2020
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 750.00
Midweek -
Night € 107.00
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From
31-10-2020
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02-01-2021
Minimum stay 5 nights
Week € 700.00
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Extras

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Child's bed
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Final cleaning
€ 75.00
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Kitchen linen
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Reservation fee
€ 25.00
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Location & tips

Additional information

Car
The distance by car from Utrecht to Garetto is 1390 km.

Plane
Pisa is the nearest airport.
This will be flown from, inter alia:
- Eindhoven Ryanair
- Maastricht by Ryanair
- Brussels Vueling
- Amsterdam Transavia


Garetto
Between the vineyards and olive groves of the Tuscan hills you will find the small village Garetto. Garetto hear as well as four other small villages in Chianni. It lies between the famous art and cultural cities of Florence, Siena and Pisa. It is therefore a perfect base for visiting Tuscany and relax while to come.
Garetto itself again consists of three parts: Garetto Alto, and Garetto Garetto-Nuovo. All three small towns of around ten houses together.

Chianni
Chianni is a medieval town in Tuscany situated on the slope of a hill which forms a separation between the two valleys Valle and Valle del rio dell Era Fine. It is located 6 km from Garetto. It is a small, quiet village. You will find some small shops such as grocers, butchers, post office, bank, several restaurants and bars.
Every year, various festivals are held in November as the famous wild boar festival. This festival is celebrated with colorful parades and street performers. But the party is mainly about the delicious dishes with wild boar that are made by local chefs according to ancient traditions.
In the first week of December, the celebrated olive oil. On this feast of this earthly place like tasting delicacy.
In June the Sferragliata place. This is a game with black racers without motor or other propulsion.

Pisa
A city full of artistic beauty and a glorious past. Airy and cheerful, despite the solemn grandeur of its monuments. Pisa is situated along the broad, spectacular bend formed by the last piece of the Arno.
The monument is of course Pisa 'leaning tower', but this city has more. The beautiful Pisa is almost completely surrounded by city walls. The River Arno divides the city into two, with the northern part of the Borgo Stretto most famous street in the southern part of the Corso Italia. The most characteristic is surely street Via Santa Maria, which connects the Piazza del Duomo (Cathedral Square) with the Arno. The great buildings still reflect the splendor of times past.

Siena
Siena is the capital of the province of Siena. The city provides a very well-preserved medieval townscape and a special history. This makes the city a major tourist attraction. Since 1995, the historical center on the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
Twice a year there is a place called horse race "Palio delle contrade. The race is held on 2 July and 16 August. The "Palio delle contrade 'is an important evement for the city. Such is an Italian proverb: "Chi dice Siena, Palio dice." This means: "Who says Siena, Palio said." This means that the two cases so inextricably linked that the one can not exist without each other call.

Florence
Florence is the capital of the province of Tuscany and the cultural city par excellence. If you visit Florence one day you will definitely have to make choices that you wish to see. Here is the Renaissance in its faccetten found. Here are palaces, churches and art treasures in abundance. Most of these treasures are due to the centuries-long rule of the bankers' Medici. This family had a great interest in painting and sculpture, and literature arhitectuur.

Here are some highlights of Florence called:
Duomo (Santa Maria del Fiore)
The symbol of Florence is the reddish dome of Santa Maria del Fiore, also known as the Duomo. There is a possibility to climb to the top of the dome. An exciting climb, but you are rewarded with stunning views over the city.
Galleria degli Uffizi
The Uffizi is the most important museum of Renaissance painting. Here are several important paintings can be found such as the birth of Venus "by Botticelli. Try not to view everything in a row, because then you will be overwhelmed by the multitude of masterpieces. It is also advisable to advance to buy a ticket or reservation on the Internet.
Piazza della Signoria
The center of the city and the most beautiful square of Florence. Standing on the square you will find yourself in medieval times. It is also a square with a historical significance. Thus, the heretic Savonarola at the stake put to death.
Academy Gallery
Especially in high season you will have trouble catching a glimpse of the attraction because the Accademia Michelangelo's David. Yet this is a must if you visit Florence and there are also other images of the master to see.
Ponte Vecchio
The oldest bridge in Florence was fortunately spared during World War II. The passage above (corridor) was constructed at the request of the family 'De Medici' so they are not in contact with ordinary people.
Santacroce
In the Gothic Basilica of Santa Croce are the heroes of the Renaissance buried: Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli.
Palazzo Vecchio
The Palazzo Vecchio has beautifully decorated rooms that the power of the family "De Medici" were underlined. There is also a room with 53 maps, which gives a nice look at the geographical knowledge in the Middle Ages.

San Gimignano
San Gimignano is famous for its thirteen towers that dominate the silhouette of the city. These are in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries by rival wealthy families built. The towers served as home and building, but as prestige object. At its peak the city had about seventy towers.
In the late Middle Ages the city was very prosperous because of its location on the pilgrim route to Rome. But the route was shifted because of a plague epidemic broke out. This was an economic ruin and maintain a medieval character of the town.
In 1990 the historic center of San Gimignano in the list of world heritage by UNESCO. San Gimignano is one of the best preserved medieval towns of Tuscany and it is therefore also one of the most visited cities.

Lajatico
In Lajatico you will find the Teatro del Silenzio from Andrea Bocelli to. In his hometown since a number of years a unique open-air theater built. Once a year in the summer, he gives a concert. But even without the concert is worth a visit. The outdoor theater is in a beautiful landscape. Colorful signs designate by Lajatico easy way.

Rivalto
Rivalto hear and Garetto at Chianni. It houses many shrines and churches that attest to the history of this ancient Tuscan village. I.a. the shrine of the Madonna del Carmine. The Shrine dates from the eighteenth century and is known for its distinctive portico.
In the center you will find the Fabione Santi Sebastiano church whose facade is dominated by the top of the noble Florentine family "The Mazzinghis.

Volterra
The history of the "magical and mysterious city of Volterra begins 3000 years ago. From each period are traces and testimonies can be found that Volterra as an art city unique.
Volterra is also famous for its gastronomic specialties of the traditional Tuscan cuisine but also for its warm welcome of the season bezoekers.Tijdens various events including art exhibitions, folkloric events, the Volterra Teatro and classical and modern concerts. These events give visitors the chance to rest and relaxation alongside moments of cultural interest to experience.

Layout

Living room
Ground floor
40 m2

Tiled

Dining corner / Dining Table

Dining Chairs (6)

Bedroom 1
1st floor
20 m2

Bed: Double bed 200 x 160 cm

Tiled

Duvets (1)

Bedroom 2
1st floor
17 m2

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Tiled

Bathroom 1
1st floor
8 m2

Toilet

Shower (1)

Washbasin

Bathroom 2
1st floor
8 m2

Toilet

Shower (1)

Washbasin

Kitchen

Type: Open

Stove: Gas (4 Cooking zones/burners)

Hood

Swimming pool

Type: Open air swimming pool / Inground pool

Heated swimming pool: Unheated swimming pool

Privacy: Shared swimming pool

Facilities

Accommodation type

  • Holiday house

Total floor space

  • 100 m2

Sports & Recreation

  • Cycling
  • Mountainbiken
  • Horse-riding
  • Sport Fishing
  • Walking

Travel Ideas

  • Citytrip
  • Culture & History
  • Peace & quiet

Heating

  • Central heating
  • Boiler

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Flatscreen TV
  • Wifi
  • Measurements of TV in cm: (60)
  • Dutch TV channels (6)

Outdoor Facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Deckchair (2)
  • Parking place (1)
  • Terrace (1)
  • Garden
  • Garden chair(s)
  • Garden table(s0) (1)
  • Porch
  • Outdoor kitchen
  • Garden fully fenced

Privacy

  • Visible from outside

Linens

  • Bed linen available
  • Towels present
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Beach towels available

Children

  • Child's chair (1)
  • Camping bed (1)

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games

Facilities

  • Smoking not allowed
  • Pets on request


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