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Here are our choices for the best pet friendly/dog friendly agriturismo farm stays & ranch stays in Castellina in Chianti, Toscana, Italy in 2024! All come with instant online booking & lowest price guaranteed via Booking.com.
- On a picture-perfect Tuscan hillside in Castellina in Chianti near Siena, Agriturismo Querceto Di Castellina has self-catering cottages on a busy, eco-friendly, working farm that produces high-quality organic wines, grappa, and extra virgin olive oil. THE ACCOMMODATION: They have a great choice of rustic 15th-century cottages, all with kitchens, lounge and dining areas, WiFi, and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. On the grounds you will find a nice outdoor swimming pool and well-kept gardens surrounded by the farm’s acres of vineyards and olive groves. It has its own boutique winery and one top feature of a stay is an excellent wine tasting session. The food is highly rated, as are their popular cooking classes at the farmhouse, where guests can learn how to prepare a whole host of traditional Tuscan dishes. They have various snacks and small food items available throughout the day too at their wine and cheese bar. Pets are allowed at no extra charge, they have an outdoor play area for children, and have a range of extra services like bicycle hire, breakfast delivered to your room, special diet menus, etc. PRICES: Check out all the details – prices, reviews & more photos on the booking page here. THE FARM & VINEYARD: This family-run is in the finest Tuscan agriturismo tradition, it offers top-quality service while also keeping busy producing organic wines and olive oil. Its vineyards are high on a hilltop in ideal conditions for producing its highly rated organic Chianti Classicos: L’aura Chianti Classico and Sei Chianti Classico Gran Selezione. Their vineyard and boutique winery can be visited and you learn a lot from the owners about what goes into producing top-quality organic wines. They produce some good grappa and extra virgin olive oil, too, which can be sampled at the farmstay. You can, of course, just like the wine, buy some to take home. THE LOCATION: The famously beautiful countryside of Tuscany, especially Chianti, has been enticing visitors both domestic and foreign for generations now. Its fertile farms have been producing a lot of Italy‘s best wines for hundreds of years before its fame as a cultured tourist destination began, and its rolling hills, READ MORE