Charming hillside farmhouse with 2 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms (one with jakuzi). The house is set in an olive grove. Lecci, cypresses and oaks encircle the house on three sides while on the forth olives open the view on the Elsa valley to the Chianti
We are pleased to share this very special place with our guest and greated by their feeling it so special as we feel it. A guest book is also there to collect your feelings. It's lovely to read it all!
There are tree golden retriever. Ellis, the mother dog will be the whole time with you, if you like, but please, do not feed her neither let pets get into the house: not every guest like animals and they should not learn getting in as they like.
Thanks for using our green belt for the kitchen waste close to the greenhouse in front of the kitchen and recycling bins on the road: the blue belt collects plastics, glass, and cans; the yellow one is for papers; the other two (one out of zonked iron and the other with blue cover) are for mixed urban waste. We do our best to host you in a clean and comfortable house: thanks for leaving it as you leaved your own house, free from wastes and without human traces.
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L'Abate Leonardi Family
When Annaluisa and Alberto bought Podere La Lastra in 1981, they wanted this house to be a center for promoting world peace. Their wish was realized for fourteen years until 1994. Hundreds of people visited the place, helped with their work and learned about several subjects: from couple crises resolution to nonviolent action, from arts to cookery.
L'Abate Cussotto Family
Giovanni and Cristina gave their support from 1997 to 2007
revitalizing the fields and renovating the house. They moved to Florence when their twins Anna Satya and Giulia Amina started kindergarden.They still take care of the place, enjoying it on week-end during the winter time and more widely in the summer. The apartment they originally restored is now rented to guests.
L'Abate Coleman Elliot Family
Michael and Lorna live in a medieval church on the property. Michael started to renovate in 2004. The project is on-going. Lorna lends her feminine touch to both inside and outside...