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The house “Il Gelso” owes its name to the two leafy mulberry trees that graze its north facade.
The ancient iconic fireplace still dominates the ample kitchen. That is where, in the old days, the farm family would gather during the long winter evenings.
Both double bedrooms have two windows with a view on the surrounding fields. The bathroom has a window too, and a queen size sofa bed is available in the dining area.
Depending on the requirements of our guests, “Il Glicine” house can be connected with the “Il Glicine” house, to become a spacious and cozy holiday house in farmstay.
Mulberry leaves were a luxurious food for silkworms. Silkworm farming was very common in the region, so much so that a steam-powered spinning mill, employing 150 female workers, was active in the area before World War II.
Independent heating system
Domestic Hot Water system
Fully equipped kitchen
- Stove with exhaust hood
- Refrigerator with freezer
- Electric oven
- Table and chairs
From Saturday to Saturday in high and low season
From 1:30 pm to 8:00 pm
By 10:00 am on the Saturday of departure
Additional price for each person over the fourth: € 40.00 per week.
- Included in the rates
- Gas for cooking
- Weekly linen change
- Cot or baby bed
- Use of common areas and equipment
Tourist tax: €1.50 per person per night, with a maximum stay of six nights (children under 14 excluded)
- Weekly cleaning: 60.00 €
- Extra change of sheets and linen: € 5.00 per person
- Extra for cleaning in the presence of dogs or cats: € 30.00
From October to April, gas consumption is added to the price of the apartment after reading the gas meter: the cost is 1.5 €/m³.
“Great host, clean and nice appartment in a quiet location close to the village Marradi, very good playground for our children, great swimming pool, easy to get to Florence by train, we got very tasteful pizzas made by the hosts in their own pizza oven, with fresh vegetables from their garden! We can recommend this accommodation to other people”
” · The host was fabulous and the surroundings beautiful.”