DUOBLE BED ROOM WITH BATHROOM
An old double bed of the 19th century, an old writing desk, tribal carpets and paintings narrating the eath's depth by the use of the materials: wood, sands, earths, ash.
Our biological Holiday Farm is situated in Tuscany, in the Maremma near Grosseto with it's marvellous sea and it's unique tuscan countryside, in a still nearly untouched area of the Maremma. You'll find our Holyday Farm along the wine-road of the famous Montecucco, 30km from Grosseto and 50km from Siena away and at only 6 km from the country Paganico. It's ideal for those who want to spend a calm vacation, within the marvellous green of the surrounding typical tuscan hills. Our farm is perfect for holidays with children too: on our farm they have the possibility to know many kind of animals, spending a wonderful and amusing time among fields and oak forests or along the stream Lanzo where you can fish and take a bath too.
In our Holiday Farm you'll find 2 rooms for 2 and 3 people, a single room apartment for 4 people with cooking angle which is suitable disabled people too, another apartment for 4 people composed by a big kitchen, a double bed room and a room with two single beds. In all rooms you'll find antique restored furniture. We have given to every room and apartment his own personality by the use of different delicate colours and pictures created by the artist, living and working on the farm. On our holiday farm you'll also find a permanent exhibition of the artist's creations.
The farm near Grosseto is managed by the artist's family and has an extension of around 30ha with it's cultivations realized according to the principles of the biological agriculture. Here you'll find vineyards, olive-groves, pastures, fields for the mowing of the hay and cereals for the feeding of the farm's animals: buffalos, goats, horses, rabbits and many other courtyard animals. You may taste the famous tuscan olive oil, the local wine, sausages made of meat from buffalos and pigs and take part on the vintage and the harvest of the olives in November.