The Village


San Galgano Monks affirmed in Asciano like colonizer and reclaimer. They administered various properties, lands, and farms in many area of this territory. Their largest properties were in the countryside around Palazzo Monaci (once called palazzo a’ Monaci), along the road for Chiusure, on the hills that set down on the west side to Ombrone valley and on the east side face to the Cella hill. In palazzo Monaci was built a chapel dedicated to San Galgano.
The building, once property of marquis Bargagli, extends up on a hill and has a 360° view over the surrounding countryside. From the old monastery  the two bodies of the building have been
restored in travertine stone (the palace) and the other in bricks with open gallery of sixteenth century, that delimits the court of the farm. The village is composed by small apartments separated. Any of them have terrace or external veranda at the ground floor. We manage some apartments to rent for long or short periods, located in a complex  extended in an area of 18.000mq with aged-old olive trees and  two swimming pools (one is hydro-massage).
The apartments we manage can be classified as follows:

The apartments type A 2+2pax (mq 55) are or at the ground floor or on two floors or at the first floor and they have 1 bedroom, a bathroom, a nice living-room with divan-bed and a fire place.

The apartments type B superior 4+2pax (mq85) are at the ground floor, on two floors or at the first floor and they have two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a nice living-room with divan-bed and a fire place. 

The apartments type C 6pax (mq105) are or at the ground floor or on two floors or at the first floor and they have three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a nice living-room with a fire place.
In some apartments it is possible to add single bed on request.



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