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Molino Meocci: Tuscany border

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4 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
9 guests
7 nights minimum
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Perfect as a tranquil getaway for small groups or for an extended family, the accommodation is arranged on 2 levels which you can use together or independently - each level having own entrances and shaded portico/pergola. You can rent the whole molino, or for a more economical rate you can rent just the upper portico level alone (3 bedrooms) which is ideal for couples and has beds for up to 7 people. Exclusive use assured: we only rent to one group at a time. Al fresco dining - deck and portico with bread oven, overlooking waterfall. Gentle clear stream with smooth rock pools for bathing. An ancient mill house, renovated in 1990, making a welcoming home while keeping its traditional chestnut beams, terracotta floors and ceilings. Free Wi-Fi is available in the house. Wood burning stov...Perfect as a tranquil getaway for small groups or for an extended family, the accommodation is arranged on 2 levels which you can use together or independently - each level having own entrances and shaded portico/pergola. You can rent the whole molino, or for a more economical rate you can rent just the upper portico level alone (3 bedrooms) which is ideal for couples and has beds for up to 7 people. Exclusive use assured: we only rent to one group at a time. Al fresco dining - deck and portico with bread oven, overlooking waterfall. Gentle clear stream with smooth rock pools for bathing. An ancient mill house, renovated in 1990, making a welcoming home while keeping its traditional chestnut beams, terracotta floors and ceilings. Free Wi-Fi is available in the house. Wood burning stoves in living areas, and a supply of firewood in the wood store The terrain is fantastic for cyclists as well as for walking - and a local service is available for airport transfers, for rental of excellent bikes, for repairs and equipment, guided walks and rides: see www. hikeandbikeitaly. c o m. They can tailor a personalised custom service to individual needs - including organisation, local guides and transfers. As for the house interior: Upper (Portico) Level: * Living room, with windows opening to the view and sound of the little waterfall below. In this spacious room is a large dining table seating 8 comfortably, a wood burning stove, and a lounge area including sofa bed. Games, guitar, speaker, CD player, and books provided. * 3 bedrooms: one double bedroom, 1 family bedroom with 1 double and 1 single bed; 1 bedroom having 2 single beds, * kitchen - with door accessing the portico. * generously sized bathroom with shower (no bath) and bidet Lower (pergola) Level: *living room with dining table seating 4, a wood stove and easy chairs. *double bedroom with klng size bed *kitchen, opening to pergola * generously sized bathroom with wide shower (no bath) and bidet * two additional folding beds are available if required * separate laundry room * supply of firewood for wood stoves. Outside: Upper (portico) level: portico with bread oven, table and chairs. Sundeck shaded by trees, parasol and supplied with loungers. Overlooks wooded trail, and path to rockpools. Stream runs alongside, having rockpools suitable for bathing, and waterfall. Lower (pergola) level has paved pergola with table and chairs outside kitchen. An adventurous and absorbing location for children, with stream, rockpools, hilly terrain, and abundant fauna and flora. However, please note that younger children will need supervision due to steep drops. A friendly, tranquil rural location - cypresses and sunflowers, vineyards and olive groves. Beautiful walks, great views - just by walking up the hill from the house. The mill is located on a quiet access road which leads up the hill to a handful of farm properties. Located where the foothills of Alpe de la Luna meet the Upper Tiber Valley, it's a perfect base for walking, painting or cycling, and for enjoying the traditional life and cuisine of historic cities and hill towns. Local farm produce is abundant, and you can walk from molino to shops and bars in San Giustino, and to restaurants there or in the next valley or hill. The walled medieval town of Sansepolcro is 5km by road.More
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Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: Yes
Kid Friendly: Yes
Stove
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Porch
Long Term Rentals (Over 1 Month)
Washer
Water Views
Outdoor Dining Area
Towels Provided
Cycling Trips
Iron
Hairdryer
Water Park Nearby
Hiking Trips
Parking
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Balcony
Mountain Views
Linens Provided
Horse Riding Nearby
Wi-Fi
Kettle
Internet Access
Terrace
Patio
Fireplace
Deck
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An ancient mill house, renovated in 1990, making a welcoming C21 home while keeping its traditional chestnut beams, terracotta floors and ceilings. Free Wi-Fi is available in the house. Upper level: * Living room, with windows opening to the view and sound of the little waterfall below. In this spacious room is a large dining table seating 8 comfortably, a wood burning stove, and a lounge area including sofa bed. Games, guitar, and books provided. . * 3 bedrooms: one double bedroom, 1 family bedroom with 1 double and 1 single bed; 1 bedroom having 2 single beds, * kitchen - with door accessing the portico. * generously sized bathroom with shower (no bath) and bidet Lower level: *living room with dining table seating 4, a wood stove and easy chairs. *double bedroom with klng size bed *kitchen, opening to pergola * generously sized bathroom with wide shower (no bath) and bidet * two additional folding beds are available if required * separate laundry room * supply of firewood for wood stoves.
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Reviewed September 3, 2018

We stayed at Molino Meocci for a glorious week in July with our family. The location was perfect to discover Umbria and Tuscany and for total relaxation. We spent days exploring the countryside and discovering behind the property a tranquil river with its plunge pools...More

Date of stay: July 2018
Thank Debbie G
MP533, VR Owner at Molino Meocci: Tuscany border, responded to this reviewResponded September 3, 2018

Thank you Debbie - really glad that you had such a great time, Glad that you discovered the rockpool, the great bus and train routes, and enjoyed the walk to San Giustino too Do come again when you can. Kind Regards, Molino Meocci team

Reviewed June 19, 2018 via mobile

I stayed for four nights in mid May. 2018. Arranging our stay was very straightforward. Finding the property was easy. The mill is wonderful. It has been restored beautifully with great respect to the old architecture. Loved it. It is situated just outside the town,...More

Date of stay: May 2018
Thank rrcanfox
Management response:Responded June 21, 2018

It's great to hear about your stay there - and we are so very pleased you enjoyed it all so much. Do come again! Thank you very much for the review.

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Reviewed August 16, 2017

Near Sansepulcro, Anghiari and Citta di Castello. You can travel to Florence and Sienna if you can cope with a train journey from Arezzo ( we didn't ivo the heat). Went to Urbino and the first 3 mentioned and many smaller towns. Unforgettable. Good if...More

Date of stay: July 2017
Thank sjf118
Management response:Responded August 16, 2017

Thank you very much for your review, and for staying at our molino. Delighted that you found the house comfortable despite July heat, enjoyed cooking with the pizza oven, and that you found so much of interest on the doorstep! Hope you can come again,...More

Reviewed April 20, 2017

We had a lovely time staying at Molino Meocci. We arrived to a full meal in the refrigerator and the sun shining. Difficult to beat after our long drive from Rome. This home is charming. We spent most of our time outside exploring or by...More

Date of stay: April 2017
Thank Anne D
Management response:Responded April 21, 2017

So very glad that you enjoyed it so well - lovely that you were able to come, and do come again when you can!

Reviewed April 19, 2017

Gorgeous house, lovingly restored, with everything you need for long family lunches on the deck. Everyone loved the river that runs just by the house - the water pool along the path is blissful. Close to stunning towns and villages as well as all the...More

Date of stay: April 2017
Thank Serena W
Management response:Responded April 21, 2017

It's great to hear back from you, and we are SO glad that you enjoyed the delights of the house in its setting by the stream, and the nearby towns and villages. Do come again if you can!

About the Owner
M P
Languages spoken:English, Italian, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2012
Availability
December 2018
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About the neighborhood
San Giustino (20 mins walk or 3 mins drive) has several friendly bars and restaurants (wonderful food!), plus a range of grocery shops, post office, supermarket, banks, pizzerias, sports centre health club. It's a very small local town, with infrequent foreign visitors. Weekly market in the piazza. It also has a small station - rail connection with Sansepolcro and Perugia. 10 mins drive away - or 20 mins by bike - is historic Sansepolcro. The birthplace of Piero della Francesca, it is a beautiful walled town with a rich variety of restaurants, delightful shopping, and the evening passagiata. It has several hotels, intriguing individual festivals, plus twice weekly market and a cinema.Horse riding can be found nearby at Il Violino. Cycling is a very popular local activity - hire of very...
Getting around
You can hire a range of excellent cycles for all abilities from a local family firm: see hikeandbikeitaly. c o m. They can also provide equipment and repairs, arrange airport transfers, guided walks and rides, and personalise support and customise service for your needs - including local guides and transfers. Waymarked walking trails/ paths in the hills/ mountains Travel by car or bus: From Arezzo to Molino Meocci: Avis car hire outside Arezzo station - a 40 min drive to molino, or Regular buses leave Arezzo (just outside the station) for San Giustino, from where you can walk the 20 mins to molino. Local bus services go to most towns and villages up and down the Valtiberina - but for the more remote spots, take a bike or car.
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