Luxury Apartments In Chianti

The Paluffo estate is home to four independent apartments that sleep 4 to 6 guests.

The cottages are part of the main villa, but each have their own independent entrance and private garden for maximum privacy. They have been restored and restructured according to sustainable and green building methods and maintain their original structures and historic charm.

Each of the homes is named for its original function: Forno (Oven), Frantoio (Olive Mill), Stillo (Distillery) and Torre (Tower).

Rustic details, like exposed wooden-beam ceilings, stone walls and working fireplaces, are combined with artistic design elements to create a stylish, authentic atmosphere.

Each apartment has its own independent entrance, air conditioning & heating, WiFi, fully equipped kitchen, living & dining area, and private garden with patio furniture.

The apartments are perfect for families or groups of friends who want to experience an authentic, comfortable stay in the heart of Tuscany.

Forno Apartment

This spacious apartment has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, living room with dining area, and a working fireplace with firewood.

Sleeps: 4 people

Frantoio Apartment

This comfortable home has three double-bedrooms, three bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious living area with dining room. It also features a mezzanine with a twin bed.

Sleeps: 6+1 people

Stillo Apartment

Originally used to park horse-drawn carriages, the Stillo Apartment is now a bright home with a spacious living room with working fireplace, a dining room and fully equipped kitchen.

Sleeps: 4+1 people

Tower Apartment

Inside a medieval tower, the Tower Apartment is one of the oldest parts of the estate. It is set upon three floors and features vaulted, ceilings along with amazing views of the Tuscan countryside.

Sleeps: 6 people

Our Environmental Commitment

We are passionate about sustainable tourism and use the most innovative technologies to reduce our environmental impact.

A Story Beneath Every Stone

Paluffo is one of the oldest properties in Certaldo and was home to the Italian politician and philosopher Giuseppe Mazzini.

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