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14 Inspiring Agriturismo in Tuscany for Families from $77

Agriturismo has become a growing trend in Italy, particularly in Tuscany where the region’s sprawling farmland and verdant nature pairs perfectly with this unique farmhouse-style accommodation. Agriturismo offers you a chance to escape the doldrums of city life and embrace the simple pleasures of farm-fresh produce, scenic countryside and family hospitality.

With more than 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve traded the concrete jungle for rolling countryside to discover the best agriturismo in Tuscany. These peaceful retreats typically take place on family-run farms where you can explore the surrounding nature, enjoy authentic Italian cooking and dishes and forget about the rest of the world.

Agriturismo Casale dello Sparviero

Casale dello Sparviero is an agriturismo set in a former monastery overlooking the undulating vineyards and hills of the Chianti region, where Italy produces its popular Chianti wine. There are only six apartments here, all of which have complimentary Wi-Fi, full kitchens, living rooms and cosy bedrooms. These apartments vary in sizes and floor plans, catering to two, three or four guests.

This particular agriturismo offers some surprising touches of luxury, such as the infinity-edge swimming pool overlooking vineyards. You can also join a wine tour or wine tasting, giving you direct access to authentic Chianti that is made metres from your apartment. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Offers Chianti wine tasting and tours.
  • Indulgent infinity pool overlooking the Chianti region.
  • Cosy self-contained apartments with Wi-Fi.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 195 – USD 233
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: Localita Casale 93, Castellina in Chianti, Italy

Agriturismo Le Murelle

Agriturismo Le Murelle
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Stress practically floats away as you drive down the entry to Le Murelle, an agriturismo in an 18th-century farm that’s been owned by the same family for more than a century. The 30-hectare farm includes vineyards, woodland and olive groves, while the family showcases its farm-grown products during tastings and a sumptuous breakfast.

The farm’s transformation into an agriturismo has included adding a swimming pool, solarium, barbecues and a playground surrounded by vineyards. Guests stay in traditional farmhouses-cum-apartments with individually-laid stone walls, exposed timber rafters, open fireplaces, coffee machines, gardened terraces, separate living rooms and full kitchens. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • The fireplace, private furnished terrace, vineyard views, kitchen and three bedrooms in the Lorenzo farmhouse.
  • Has resort-style leisure facilities, including a pool, playground and barbecues.
  • Wheelchair accessible accommodation.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 442 – USD 1,767
Guest Rating: No Rating
Address: Via Per Camaiore Traversa Quinta 90, Lucca, Italy

Agriturismo Macinatico

Agriturismo Macinatico
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Escape to the natural spoils around San Gimignano and live among the vineyards while staying at Agriturismo Macinatico. This particular agriturismo is part of a sprawling farm where they produce various types of Italian wine, including Chianti, Massi and Vernaccia, all of which you’re welcome to try during your stay.

The farmhouse comprises six apartments with two, three, four or five bedrooms, capable of housing up to 10 guests. All of the apartments have full kitchens, sofa seating, exposed timber rafters and outdoor dining areas with barbecues and views of the San Gimignano region. Every room also typically has its own bathroom.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Cosy farmhouse apartments overlooking the vineyards.
  • Access to a variety of Italian wine.
  • About 15 minutes’ drive from the town of Certaldo.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 325 – USD 789
Guest Rating: 9
Address: Loc. San Benedetto 58 – Macinatico, San Gimignano, Italy

Agriturismo Poggiacolle

Agriturismo Poggiacolle
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Also located in San Gimignano, Agriturismo Poggiacolle is a luxury agriturismo that blends the rustic and natural style of a farm stay with the extravagant facilities of a 5-star resort. The pet-friendly property boasts 40 hectares of farmland, where they produce various types of wine, olives, saffron and vegetables. You can partake in the farming process, join a cooking class or simply enjoy the fresh produce by the fireplace.

The bed-and-breakfast-style rooms have exposed timber rafters, antique furnishings, LCD TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi and access to mountain bikes. Book one of the apartments for self-contained accommodation with a full kitchen, fireplace, living room and outdoor dining area. Sunny days are best spent by the pool, which has 360-degree views of ancient medieval towers and countryside. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Resort-style facilities, such as a pool, cooking classes and mountain biking.
  • You can partake in farming practices, such as grape and olive picking.
  • The large kitchen, open fireplace, five bedrooms and modern bathrooms in the Apartment Girasole.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 126 – USD 436
Guest Rating: 9.8
Address: Strada di Montauto 58, San Gimignano, Italy

Agriturismo La Crociona di Nannetti

Agriturismo La Crociona di Nannetti
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Agriturismo La Crociona di Nannetti offers delightful apartment accommodation on a sprawling wine and olive oil estate surrounded by some of the region’s best vineyards. There are seven apartments to choose from, all of which have well-equipped kitchenettes and separate living and dining rooms. Certain apartments also have fireplaces and private terraces.

You can partake in various activities while staying here, such as cooking classes and wine tastings and seminars. The family-run company produces a range of enticing products that you can try during your stay, including Brunello di Montalcino Docg, Rosso di Montalcino Doc, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Grappa di Brunello and Rosolio.

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Hosts wine tastings and cooking classes.
  • Inviting apartments with kitchenettes.
  • About 10 minutes’ drive from the Fortezza di Montalcino.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 190 – USD 313
Guest Rating: No Rating
Address: Loc. La Croce 15, Montalcino, Italy

Agriturismo Le Ceregne Bio

Agriturismo Le Ceregne Bio
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HotelsCombined visitors constantly praise the picture-perfect views and delicious food at Agriturismo Le Ceregne Bio. The agriturismo fosters sustainable tourism with its organic and eco-friendly farmhouse on a 60-hectare estate with olive and fruit trees, vineyards, vegetables and hens. It’s no surprise then that the food here is worthy of praise, blending organic practices with traditional Tuscan recipes.

Finished eating? Enjoy some of the leisure activities on site, including the swimming pool, playground, kids’ cooking classes, archery, mountain biking and horse riding. Short stays might prefer the rooms with kitchenettes and a shared barbecue area, while long stays might be better in one of the apartments with a full kitchen, fireplace and outdoor dining area. 

Why You Should Stay Here

  • Typical Tuscan dishes served in the restaurant, such as panzanella, minestra di pane, sugo finto and bruschetta.
  • The kitchen, fireplace, two bedrooms, barbecue veranda and views of Lake Montedoglio in the Incanto Apartment.
  • Numerous family-friendly activities, including yoga, fishing and hiking.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 77 – USD 265
Guest Rating: 9
Address: Podere Le Ceregne 74, Pieve Santo Stefano, Italy

Agriturismo Mormoraia

Agriturismo Mormoraia
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A former convent in San Gimignano, Mormoraia is a highly-rated agriturismo nestled in the Chianti wine region overlooking medieval towers. Agriturismo Mormoraia complements these magical vistas with its sun-drenched pool and indulgent wellness centre, which has a sauna, Turkish bath and body treatments.

More indulgence awaits at the on-site restaurant, which pairs countryside views with cocktails, house-produced wines and fresh, local ingredients. The 30 rooms showcase a rich Tuscan style with stone walls and handmade terracotta tiles. They also boast wooden furnishings, complimentary Wi-Fi, window-side baths and air conditioning. Wake up every day to a sumptuous breakfast of organic milk, pies, homemade cakes and cold cuts. 

Why You Should Stay Here

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 221 – USD 492
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: La Mormoraia – Sant’ Andrea, San Gimignano, Italy

Agriresort & Spa Fattoria I Ricci

Agriresort & Spa Fattoria I Ricci
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Agriresort & Spa Fattoria I Ricci has earned a perfect rating among HotelsCombined visitors, thanks to its perfect blend of agriturismo and resort styles. The former centres around the agriresort’s surrounding vineyards and olive groves, which stock the on-site restaurant with delicious wine and olive oil. The resort side comprises an outdoor pool and a wellness centre with a Finnish sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and herbal teas.

Accommodation includes the romantic Cottage Casina, which has a private entry, full kitchen and outdoor dining. Book the Junior Suite Pendolino for a small connecting living room or opt for one of the apartments. These spacious holiday abodes come with fireplaces, full kitchens, separate living rooms and two bedrooms. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • The delicious breakfast of fresh fruit, homemade cakes, cold cuts, cheese and coffee and tea.
  • The 50-minute Face Treatment With Grape at the wellness centre.
  • About 10 minutes’ drive from the town of Vicchio.

Star Rating: No Rating
Price: USD 266 – USD 576
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Via Rostolena 14, Vicchio, Italy

Belmonte Vacanze

Belmonte Vacanze
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Nestled on the Tuscan hillside, the 4-star Belmonte Vacanze is a popular agriturismo renowned for its sprawling outdoor pool overlooking the countryside. It’s also home to olive groves and vineyards, along with an equestrian centre, Jacuzzi, tennis courts and a football pitch. Kids will love the friendly farm animals, while adults might enjoy the complimentary olive oil tasting.

Most of the apartments cater to families with multiple rooms featuring king-size or single beds, full kitchens, living rooms and outdoor dining areas. However, couples will enjoy the space and privacy of the Bilo apartment, which creates a cosy atmosphere with its Tuscan-made furnishings and exposed timber rafters. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • A variety of apartment sizes to suit all families.
  • Numerous family-friendly facilities, including a barbecue area, playground, fishing pond, volleyball court and farm animals.
  • Guests can go horseback riding or mountain biking in the surrounding region.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 287 – USD 508
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Via Torri 62, Montaione, Italy

Salvadonica

Salvadonica
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The 4-star Salvadonica is a place of luxurious comforts and rustic charm. The agriturismo is like a rural resort with morning walks, Italian cooking classes and wine and olive oil tastings. Its opulent side is showcased through guided horse riding, hot-air ballooning around the Chianti region and Vespa tours. Enjoy a pampering massage under the sunshine or relax by the inviting pool.

Rooms and suites start with the affordable Economy Room, which has a double bed and glass shower. Upgrading to the Superior Room gives you two bathrooms and an extra loft-style bedroom, while the Junior Suite has a separate living area. Splurge on the Superior Deluxe for a private balcony overlooking the communal courtyard or gardens. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Delicious Tuscan specialties served at the on-site restaurant, La Volpenera.
  • Hosts water colour painting courses for guests.
  • A variety of room and suite options to suit all budgets.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 120 – USD 417
Guest Rating: 9
Address: Via Grevigiana 82, San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Italy

Casa Fabbrini Agriturismo

Casa Fabbrini Agriturismo
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Casa Fabbrini Agriturismo creates a home away from home with its charming brick farmhouse surrounded by rolling vineyards and olive groves. The individually-decorated rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, air conditioning, towel warmers and LCD TVs. Many of them also have exposed timber rafters and four-poster beds.

You’ll be forgiven for spending a lot of your time relaxing by the outdoor pool, which has panoramic countryside views. However, don’t forget to enjoy the homegrown Tuscan fare during a cooking class or with a traditional breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can also enjoy post-dinner drinks, including farm-produced limoncello and arancello. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • Farm-fresh products used for traditional Tuscan delicacies, including soups, homemade sorbets and seasonal fruit platters.
  • About 15 minutes’ drive from the Michelin-starred Castello di Fighine.
  • Breakfast and a fixed dinner menu included in the price.

Star Rating: 3*
Price: USD 280 – USD 355
Guest Rating: 10
Address: Località Montefreddo, San Casciano dei Bagni, Italy

Castello Di Gabbiano

Castello Di Gabbiano
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A historic winery in the heart of the Chianti region, Castello Di Gabbiano is an opulent retreat that evokes old-world charm. The estate comprises more than 100 hectares of woodland, vineyards and olive groves, so of course, you’re welcome to join a wine tour or tasting session. The on-site restaurant, Il Cavaliere, showcases the regional spoils with creative meals, while contemporary art exhibitions often take place here.

The rooms and suites boast vibrant interior decor and antique furnishings, such as the Superior Deluxe, which also has a fireplace. Book the Suite for a king-size bed and a sitting area overlooking the vineyards and rolling hills. Alternatively, you can stay in one of the apartments for dining and living areas, full kitchens and multiple bedrooms. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • The kitchen, living and dining room, countryside views and washing machine in the four-person Mocarello apartment.
  • Offers private and group winery tours and wine and cheese pairings.
  • Tuscan cooking classes at Il Cavaliere.

Star Rating: 1.5*
Price: USD 134 – USD 334
Guest Rating: 9
Address: Via di Gabbiano, 22, San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Italy

Villa Agostoli

Villa Agostoli
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The historic farmhouse at Villa Agostoli is a family-friendly agriturismo with stylish apartments. These holiday homes overlook the estate’s vineyards, olive groves and fragrant gardens. They also boast antique Tuscan furnishings, full kitchens, laundry facilities, cosy living and dining rooms and sunlit bedrooms.

This agriturismo is ideal for families, thanks to its sprawling outdoor pool, communal barbecues and various farm tours booked on site. You can enjoy a variety of farm-grown products while staying here, including delicious Chianti wine, fresh vegetables and olive oil. Certain animals are also allowed to stay if you organise it in advance. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

Star Rating: 1.5*
Price: USD 202 – USD 358
Guest Rating: No Rating
Address: Strada degli Agostoli, 107, Siena, Italy

Tenuta Quadrifoglio

Tenuta Quadrifoglio
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Tenuta Quadrifoglio comprises four apartments and five individual rooms in an old brick farmhouse in the Tuscan countryside. The apartments typically feature full kitchens, timber furnishings, dining and living rooms and multiple bedrooms. The guest rooms, meanwhile, have floral decor, air conditioning, mini bars and TVs.

In addition to an outdoor pool overlooking the vineyards, this agriturismo has a playground, cooking lessons and a communal laundry. You can also book a rejuvenating massage or body treatment and start the day with an Italian or continental breakfast spread in the on-site dining room. Active travellers will also appreciate the organised hiking and mountain biking excursions. 

Why You Should Stay Here 

  • About 20 minutes’ drive from the ruins and forests in Riserva Naturale di Castelvecchio.
  • Has a sun-drenched pool with umbrellaed loungers.
  • The immaculate gardens and water fountains.

Star Rating: 2*
Price: USD 213 – USD 492
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: Via Camporbiano, 20, Gambassi Terme, Italy

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Discover the Joys of Agriturismo in Italy

It’s easy to see why agriturismo and Tuscany go together so well. The region is one of the best places in Italy to indulge in wine, olive oil and other farm-produced products. By staying at an agriturismo, you not only immerse yourself in Italy’s farming culture, but can also enjoy on-site wine and olive oil tastings, cooking classes and nature experiences. These agriturismos also typically boast on-site recreation facilities, including pools and playgrounds.

What do you love about agriturismo in Tuscany? Let us know in the comments below.

Author: Ben Stower

I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.

Ben Stower
I'm enamoured with travel, whether it's finding the quiet, local sanctuaries in touristic cities, venturing into rock vaults in a distant jungle or spending hours on a Spanish beach. I can't see an end to my travelling. Just another chapter and another story to tell.
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