Holiday house in the village of San Quirico d'Orcia  

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The house is tucked in the heart of the charming medieval village of San Quirico, surrounded by the stunning Orcia valley. The property is furnished to a high standard and accommodates 2 to 6 guests in comfort with one master bedroom and 2 further bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Rustic yet modern - The house - over 200sqm - combines rustic marble and terracotta floors, old wooden beams, a log burning stove and antique furnishings . The king sized comfy beds with crisp white linen compliment the high end bathrooms . The kitchen is fully equipped for budding chefs. Adding high speed Wifi, the large plasma TV, IPOD speakers  and extensive DVD library ensures a comfortable stay.


The village of San Quirico has a quietly vibrant atmosphere. Here you’ll find artisan olive oil producers, several trendy boutiques and cafes all on your doorstep. Restaurants serve pici pasta, freshly rolled each morning.










The Val d’Orcia region has the best of Tuscany: a handful of famous hill towns, the wine area of Brunello and some of Italy's most photographed landscapes. Think of the breath-taking countryside of Russel Crowe’s 'Gladiator'.


The region has seen an influx of new hip hotels and cool restaurants. Visitors have always come for the relaxed sophistication, delicious wine and food and the Renaissance culture.


Explore the famous nearby hill towns of Montalcino, Pienza, and Montepulciano. Further afield, Siena and Florence are essential destinations too with their architecture, museums and designer shops.


Want to chill by a pool? - No problem!  Head to a hil ltop hotel to enjoy sunbathing, swimming and a long lunch. Alternatively soak in volcanic hot springs, get pampered at a boutique spa, or even drive to a beach on the Tuscan coast.

Read the reviews from many of our visitors here who come from March to October