Luxury Farmstay

Jeena

Member
Hello

We are looking to visit Tuscany during Easter. 29th March to 3rd April.
We are 5 families, 10 Adults and 9 children( age between 4-6)
Looking for a family friendly luxury farmstay with activities for kids.

Also celebrating 40th Birthday.
As it is during Easter, would there be any festivals,
Passion plays etc.?

I was looking at Camporsevoli one of your recommendations but I guess it’s
A bit of a drive from Florence.

Appreciate your response.

Thank you
Jeena
 

DonnaDenise

Well-known member
Easter in Tuscany

Buongiorno -

Sounds like so much FUN!!

You mentioned Campersevoli - wonderful! Yes, it is a bit of a drive to Florence - though you could look into taking the train which would save you parking and hastle and the kids normally love the experience.
I have worked with the owner in the past and I would rank this as an excellent choice. They are family friendly and kid friendly - and if they still have space, you will find them very accommodating especially with a party in mind.

https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-accommodation/camporsevoli.html

In addition, I love the area and there is a lot to see without driving all over the place - including vineyards, food festivals and Easter events.

Check out this link for things to see and do nearby: https://www.discovertuscany.com/val-di-chiana/

You will need to move fast, because many places are already filling up for Easter, so here are a few other places to consider:

https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-villas/villa-vianci.html big rooms allow for space for the kids

http://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/accommodation/farmhouses/casa-podere-monti.html - they have an awesome Easter event this year in the town near by (within walking distance!)

https://www.visitflorence.com/florence-farmhouses/tenuta-san-vito.html
closer to Florence - and who can pass up a wine tasting ....

My last suggestion is
https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-villas/villa-piaggia.html

Buon Viaggio,

Donna Denise
 

Jeena

Member
Easter weekend

Thank you Donna

I spoke to Valentina at Camporsevoli and according to her there is no Easter festivities in the area :(
the rest of the accommodations are all booked out.

I also found Borgo di Pietrafitta. Your suggestion on this will be highly appreciated.

We are looking forward for some Easter celebrations in Tuscany if we could!

Thanks again
Jeena




Buongiorno -

Sounds like so much FUN!!

You mentioned Campersevoli - wonderful! Yes, it is a bit of a drive to Florence - though you could look into taking the train which would save you parking and hastle and the kids normally love the experience.
I have worked with the owner in the past and I would rank this as an excellent choice. They are family friendly and kid friendly - and if they still have space, you will find them very accommodating especially with a party in mind.

https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-accommodation/camporsevoli.html

In addition, I love the area and there is a lot to see without driving all over the place - including vineyards, food festivals and Easter events.

Check out this link for things to see and do nearby: https://www.discovertuscany.com/val-di-chiana/

You will need to move fast, because many places are already filling up for Easter, so here are a few other places to consider:

https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-villas/villa-vianci.html big rooms allow for space for the kids

http://www.discovertuscany.com/siena/accommodation/farmhouses/casa-podere-monti.html - they have an awesome Easter event this year in the town near by (within walking distance!)

https://www.visitflorence.com/florence-farmhouses/tenuta-san-vito.html
closer to Florence - and who can pass up a wine tasting ....

My last suggestion is
https://www.discovertuscany.com/tuscany-villas/villa-piaggia.html

Buon Viaggio,

Donna Denise
 

DonnaDenise

Well-known member
Place to Stay for Easter

Buongiorno,

Bummer! but yes Borgo di Pietrafitta is a valid alternative located in the midst of the vineyards and olive groves of Chianti - half way between Siena and Florence. I have never visited their accommodations - so I can't give you any insider information on the decor or setup, but I do know the area and I have passed in front of them several times as I drive around working on articles and itinerary ideas. Castellina in Chianti is the closest little town and it is a charm.

Did you check Villa Vianci in my early communication - they are a great option as well.

Buon Viaggio,

Donna Denise
 
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