- Located in the small hamlet of Artimino with restaurants and shops close by
- Apartments sleep up to 6 people and share facilities with the Tenuta di Artimino Hotel
Set in medieval houses in the small hamlet of Artimino, the Tenuta di Artimino Apartments are surrounded by majestic Tuscan scenery and are full of rustic charm. All of the apartments have been lovingly restored, retaining their Tuscan style, such as stones fireplaces, beamed ceilings and terracotta floors. The swimming pool is set in a lovely garden, with panoramic views of the nearby olive groves and vineyards, and there are mountain bikes available for exploring. Guests may also use the larger swimming pool and facilities at the Tenuta di Artimino Hotel, located just a ten-minute walk away. Artimino Village has restaurants and shops that have local wine and olives in abundance and is an excellent base from which to explore the Tuscan countryside.
The hotel has 59 rooms. Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years.
3 night minimum stay (5 nights from June - August).
Activities & Entertainment
Facilities at Nearby Tenuta di Artimino Hotel
Guests have the use of a large swimming pool and tennis courts, along with restaurants and shops at nearby Tenuta di Artimino Hotel.
Beach & Pools
Normally in use mid May - mid October.
Wifi & Parking
Stay connected with the wifi free of charge.
About the location
Clustered on a small hilltop, Artimino is a charming medieval walled village less than 15 miles from Florence.
The village has Etruscan roots dating as far back as the 4th century BC, and was once an important location thanks to its prime setting and commanding views. Most of the settlement now dates from the 17th and 18th centuries and is remarkably well preserved, offering a glimpse into what life was once like.
Today, the village offers guests a handful of attractions, including the Municipal Archaeological Museum, which showcases important finds within the local area, plus a smattering of restaurants serving flavourful Tuscan fare. The nearby Villa La Fernandino is the village’s main attraction and is one of Tuscany’s finest Ducal homes. Completed in 1600, it was built in traditional Medici style reminiscent of the palazzos of Florence, and is adorned with glorious frescoes.
The city of Florence can be reached in around 40 minutes. Packed with some of Italy’s most recognisable attractions and sights, we highly recommend spending a day here.
Car hire is recommended. Artimino is 14 miles from Florence and 45 miles from Pisa. Simply call us once you’ve completed your booking and we will talk you through the options.
Max 3 adults
Studio Apartments can sleep up to 3 people and are open plan. They feature a king-size bed or twin beds, single sofa bed, living/ dining/ kitchenette area with a 2-ring hob and fridge and shower room.
One Bedroom Apartment
Max 4 adults
One Bedroom Apartments can sleep up to 4 people and some are split over two levels with access on the ground floor. They feature one king-size bedroom, a separate living/ dining area with a sofabed, a kitchenette with a 4-ring hob and fridge and bathroom.
Superior One Bedroom Apartment Terrace
Superior One Bedroom Apartments are decorated in a rustic style with ceramic floors, a living room with a sofa bed and a fully equipped kitchenette, perfect for four people. Private outdoor terrace.
Two Bedroom Apartment
Max 6 adults
Two Bedroom Apartments can sleep up to 6 people and some are split over two levels with access on the ground floor. They feature one king-size bedroom and one twin bedroom, a separate living/ dining area with a king-size sofabed, a kitchenette with a 4-ring hob and fridge and bathroom.
Based on 584 traveller reviews
89% of travellers recommended this hotel
What to expect
“ Very tiny room, lying advertising
586arthurd, London, United Kingdom
Aug 08 2020
We slept 2 nights in this hotel.
The standard is quite low for a 4 star hotel. No service in the pool area. The spa is in the village not in the hotel. And the main building cannot ne accessed nor...
We slept 2 nights in this hotel.
The standard is quite low for a 4 star hotel. No service in the pool area. The spa is in the village not in the hotel. And the main building cannot ne accessed nor visited. Impossible is the leitmotiv in this hotel. We were given a very tiny room (I couldn???t even put my luggage on the floor and had to put it in the wardrobe), apparently the smallest in the hotel. We were told twice (I confirmed again in the evening) we could be moved to a bigger one when we arrived. But on the day of the move after packing we were told again it was impossible. I don???t recommend this place.
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“ Gorgeous place, horrendous dinner for 140 euros
MattClaire097, New York City, New York
Dec 31 2019
Spent two days in one of the apartments. Everything was beautiful, well kept and in good taste. Breakfast was modest and sad (worse coffee ever, plain white bread only, no prosciutto, no cheese but...
Spent two days in one of the apartments. Everything was beautiful, well kept and in good taste. Breakfast was modest and sad (worse coffee ever, plain white bread only, no prosciutto, no cheese but ricotta, no cake, terrible industrial jam), but New Year???s eve dinner was downright offensive. We paid 140 euros and left everything. Totally ruined our time here.
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