We would like to give you not only the opportunity to make a brief stay, but also the possibility to have a unique experience in our small town!!
All the flats are just in the town centre and its defects(no cars, stairs, climbing!!) and good qualities(sincerity and friendliness of the inhabitants, relaxation, good food) make it special.
Life in Anghiari still passes by slowly, everyone knows each other and in the evening we often meet in a bar to talk about football and politics (almost a tradition in Tuscany!!)
We have decided to let our flats not only to make a living but mostly because we have a great sense of hospitality: we are get used to exchange a few words with our guests, to have a coffee, to give an advice about the places to visit and that's more than our own job!!!
The flats were restored and furnished according to the tradition of our region, particulary to the valley, the Tiber valley.
We would like to put our different tipology of flats (one/two-roomed flats) at disposal, according to a wide range of prices in order to meet your different needs.
It is also not to forget that animals (dogs, cats..) will be lodged for free.
If you want to LIVE (not only to go and see!) in a small town in Tuscany, we will be glad to welcome you!
Anghiari is a medieval small town nearby Arezzo, situated on a hilltop, about 450 metres above the sea level and dominates the Tiber valley.
The town centre is well-preserved and the surrounding nature is luxuriant.
The view on the valley from the town walls is enchanting and in the narrow little streets is also possible to enjoy a perspective view from every street corner.
The town centre offers antique furniture-restoration handcrafts and shops as well as skilled ceramists, where it's also possible to buy unique objects of rarity.
Moreover it's also extremely interesting to visit the old Busatti's old wool factory (its laboratory is still provided with the old spinning jenny machinery, which belongs to the First Industrial Revolution, but it's still working!) which manufactures weaving cloths of great value according to the Tuscan colours and patterns, which perfectly mirror the tradition.
Then it takes really a few kilometres to get to Sansepolcro (the birth town of Piero della Francesca and Luca Pacioli), and to Caprese Michelangelo(that is so called after the famous painter Michelangelo, who was born here), to Arezzo (which is among others, the birthplace of Petrarca and Guido Monaco) and to many other small or middle towns of great cultural and naturalistic importance!
Our small town is very rich in events, with special ones every period of the year; please contact us, we will be glad to provide every kind of information!!!