Anna and Francesca will welcome their new friends in a beautiful and fascinating period house in the historical centre ofMonticchiello, a small jewel in the heart of the Val d´Orcia, in the community of Pienza.

During your stay they will do anything to make you feel at home.

In their house everything is available because you shouldn´t be deprived of any commodity you are used to at home.

You can make yourself a coffee or tea, in the cupboard you find cookies and pastry.


The house has three (double) bedrooms (all with their ensuite bathrooms) tastefully decorated with comfortable furniture.

On the first floor, Great Bear and Little Bear named after the constellation, which can be admired in the privacy of the garden on a warm summer night.

Great Bear (Orso Maior) is a big room with two windows, from where the valley can be admired 180 *, whereas Little Bear (Orso Minor) offers a more intimate atmosphere.

Alfa-Centauri is situated on ground level and has its private entrance  (via the rear entrance of the house with its antique, still functioning, oven).




The kitchen is the heart of every Italian house: Kitchen as culture.

Ours offers a comfortable and well equiped room to receive you for an abundant breakfast, prepared with care and attention, just as befits the travellers, only using local and biological products. 

During your stay, they will do everything to make you feel at home. The house offers all amenities you  are used to have in your own home.


The Val d' Orcia has to be experienced with the senses, contemplated, and why not do that in total relaxation?


Our garden, a real terrace with breathtaking views on the Valley, from Radicofani to Montalcino, following the silhouette of the hills;

the wheat, of intense green in spring, and gold coloured in summer, seems a real see of herbs. All over the place still cipresses, watching over the peace of the territory.

The intense scent of rosemary and other aromatic herbs, will inebriate you, a rare treat, an intense  bliss.


Reading, conversing, freeing the mind whilst observing the panorama, or enjoing the fire in the stove in autumn afternoons, are only a few things you could do in the living room.


At your disposal a small library and a collection of magazines, some of which almost real bibliographical rarities, that will help you  discover this very beautiful and fascinating territory.