A magical alchemy between the past and the present
The "Fattoria La Loggia" preserves the charm of the "good old times", where the magical atmosphere of the Renaissance is combined with the warmth and comfort of the Tuscan countryside and its rural landscape —a true refuge for a refined and exclusive stay.
Its structure is designed on the formula of the "widespread village": an ancient series of buildings dating back to 1427 which today comprises apartments, rooms, an art center, and a park.
Michelangelo Buonarroti - 1520 "Le Rime"
Literally 15 minutes drive from Florence you'll find this very relaxing place, which is a vinery and olive oil producer that rents out re-furbished rooms and apartments in old farmhouses. Wonderful garden and pool. Lots of art in the garden. Flexible and lovely hosts that also cook very well. Also a great place to stay with children.
Stayed here to attend my nieces wedding. This was my first visit to Tuscany and we were not disappointed. Absolutely stunning location. The manageress worked tirelessly to ensure we were well looked after. Breakfasts were wonderful. A hire car is recommended due to location but there is a village within walking distance. Definitely worth a visit.
A 600+ year old farmhouse with stunning views over the Tuscan Valley, what's not to like. Such a warm reception from the staff on arrival and throughout our stay, even preparing an early breakfast on our last day as we had to depart early. They also provided lots of insight into nearby restaurants etc including booking them for us. Also recommended and booked a horseback ride nearby which was great. Rooms are very comfortable not modern but that is not what you want here. Would rush back if I could.