Ancient stone walls belie an interior that combines contemporary comforts
and spaciousness with traditional beamed ceilings and tiled floors, hallmarks
of Tuscan style.
A pretty arched entrance leads into a welcoming reception area and covered loggia which catches the early morning sun, an idyllic spot for a lazy breakfast. In the warm and cosy atmosphere of the lounge “Il Salotto” with it’s log fireplace for those cooler evenings, guests can curl up with a good book from the small library. Wander into our very own antique olive press, “Il Frantoio” still in use today and during late November/early December you can join in and help with the olive harvest. Learn about ancient methods of processing the olives and what better way is there than to taste freshly pressed olive oil on bread toasted over a log fire. As well as olive oil, other home-grown produce and local wines can be purchased. On the far side of the farmhouse is “La Limonaia”, housing our lemon trees in the winter months and then transforming into a terrace during the summer, just relax and drink in the views and watch the sun setting on the horizon.
The grounds and setting of Podere Torremozza ensures complete relaxation and privacy. Extending below the farmhouse, our vine-covered pergola on the first stone terrace provides an ideal spot for our guests to enjoy a lingering dinner together or as inspiration for the budding artist, the second will lead the way to our pool (6 x 13 m.) strategically located to enjoy spectacular views of the farmhouse and gardens or take a leisurely stroll through the sun-kisssed olive groves and acres of woodland.