Bed and Breakfast rooms in Tuscany near Greve in Chianti

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Bed and Breakfast room in Tuscany
Agriturismo in Chianti Bed and Breakfast
Bed and Breakfast room in Tuscany
Agriturismo in Chianti Bed and Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast rooms on a Chianti winery in Tuscany

Our B&B rooms are air conditioned.

There are 6 air-conditioned bed and breakfast rooms, each with private bathroom, on the first floor of the main house. Simonetta decorated and furnished each one in keeping with the traditional Tuscan style of exposed wooden beams and terracotta floors.

Also on the first floor is the large dining room with its beautiful fireplace where our guests take their breakfast each morning, and the kitchen which is always accessible.

The rooms are all different colours – lilac, yellow, blue, ivory, green and peach, the last being located in the pigeon loft of the house on the second floor. All the rooms and bathrooms have windows. The peach room has 4 arched windows.

All the soft furnishing are in harmony with the room colours as are the colourful voile curtains. The bathrooms complement the bedrooms and all have showers, apart from the Ivory room which has both a shower and a bathtub.

Simonetta prepares breakfast each morning personally and is served between 8,30 and 10,00 am. The tables are ready laid for the guests who just have to choose from the buffet of bread, biscuits, eggs, cereals, jogurt, juice in the kitchen. The spacious breakfast room has a large fireplace that is lit during the winter months, and there is a kitchen where Simonetta prepares breakfast. Everyone can use the kitchen and this option is a welcome alternative to dining out.

For guests who wish to taste local produce while staying at “Le Cetinelle” they are welcome to use the kitchen to prepare meals which can be taken outside anywhere in the garden, even the poolside where there are tables and chairs situated with views over the fantastic views that characterize “Le Cetinelle”.