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Villa Costanza  Ville di Corsano    sleeps 7


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Lovely old rectory situated south of Siena and set in the beautiful and peaceful countryside of the Crete Senesi, with its gentle hills and famous country roads. Near a small Romanesque church that dates back to the 12th century, the house is located on a hilltop that dominates the surrounding countryside.
From the loggia on the first floor, one can admire the beautiful views and have romantic dinners at sundown. Comfortable furnishings in traditional Tuscan style. Central heating.
Distances: Ville di Corsano with small supermarket, post office, restaurant/pizzeria/bar, telephone and bus stop 2km, Siena 15km, Florence 75km.
At guests’ disposal: Garden, swimming pool, part of which is elevated (4m x 8m - depth 1.50m, open 16/05 - 03/10), furnished trellised terrace, barbecue, covered parking on premises. Request when booking: extra. bed (€100 per week, payable locally), cot (free of charge).
Bedrooms:    4  
Bathrooms:    3  
Nr. Persons:    7  
m²:    300  
Ground floor (independent access from outside only): small private entrance, 2 double bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom with shower (washing machine and iron facilities), bathroom with bath.
First floor (access via external staircase): entrance, large living room (satellite TV, CD and DVD player, radio), kitchen (oven, microwave, freezing compartment, dishwasher, toast) with dining area, small living room with TV and access to spacious loggia (25m²) with table and chairs, double bedroom, single bedroom, bathroom with shower.

Prices in Sterling
From To Weekly price
27/12/2008 03/01/2009 £2 720
03/01/2009 04/04/2009 £2 550
04/04/2009 18/04/2009 £2 720
18/04/2009 30/05/2009 £2 550
30/05/2009 27/06/2009 £2 720
27/06/2009 29/08/2009 £2 822
29/08/2009 03/10/2009 £2 720
03/10/2009 19/12/2009 £2 550
19/12/2009 05/01/2010 £2 720

Supplementary charges payable on site
Security deposit €:  400.00
Final cleaning p.p. €:  15.00
Final cleaning min €:  70.00
Heating per day/€:  according to consumption

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