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Sant Antonio Country Resort

Sant Antonio Resort

Sant’Antonio Country Resort, originally a Franciscan Monastery dating back to the 12th century.  Over the past 800 years the Monastery has experienced the odd transformation done by the monks and farmers who over the centuries lived and worked the land, however the beauty of the property still remains and has been treasured.

The Monastery consisting of farmland and forests, was deliberately built on the foot hill of an ancient Etruscan sacred mountain called Totona allowing for cool breezes to keep the olives and farmland cool, even during the hottest hours of the day. Sant Antonio Top

Sant’Antonio Country Resort is divided into 5 separate buildings, surrounded by 4 hectares of gardens on different  levels, over a kilometre of bay leaf hedges, olives groves and centenarian trees with spacious terra cotta terraces allowing for privacy and wonderful views of the Valdichiana Valley and Lake Trasimeno on one side of the property and the famous rolling hills of Tuscany on the other, allowing you to spend your vacation with us in total relaxation and to experience a real country life feeling in Tuscany.

The following is a list of the apartments names and how many people they sleep:

Villa/Apartment name Sleeps Size
Caravaggio 4 80m2
Michelozzo 2 45m2
Ghiberti 2 55m2
Donatello 4+1 95m2
Signorelli 2 70m2
Casa Franceschi 4 90m2
Piero della Francesca 2 55m2
Brunelleschi 2+1 65m2
Giotto 2 75m2
Verrocchio 3 80m2
Michelangelo 4 85m2
Leonardo 4+2 110m2
Sodoma 2 45m2

SANT’ANTONIO Country Resort
Via della Montagna, 6/8 – 53045 Montepulciano (SI) – Italy
Tel/Fax: +39 0578 799365 – Mob: +39 348 7245126

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