Villa Gaia is located on a hill in southern Tuscany, between the green slopes of Monte Amiata, the Maremma and a stone's throw from the Val d'Orcia and the famous Brunello hills. It can be reached from the nearby medieval village of Seggiano with an easy 5-minute country road between isolated farmhouses. Located to the south-west, it enjoys a unique view of part of the Val d'Orcia and the entire area below to the sea, touching the beautiful village medieval Montenero.
The sunsets are every evening a show that is renewed. It borders with the ruins of the ancient Hermitage of San Bernardino in an isolated position, where peace is literally absolute and the air, among the aromas of the generous earth, can also give some shade from the sea.
The Villa Padronale is the main building and dates back to the 19th century. It has a sober, compact and elegant style with large interior spaces and generous terraces. It is divided into two large apartments, one of which is on the ground floor (275 square meters with five en suite bedrooms) and one on the first floor (175 square meters with three bedrooms and two bathrooms). In addition there is 25 sqm apartment ideal for group leaders or carers. The rooms are spacious and furnished in a simple and elegant way. It can accommodate up to 16 people on two floors.
The Dependance was built later a short distance from the main building. With its 174 sqm and with its en suite four bedrooms can accommodate up to 8 people. It maintains the generous style of space and of sober elegance.
The Swimming Pool
Below the lodgings, between the lush greenery and the beautiful view of the valley, is the upper pool. With its dimensions of 12 x 6 m with a maximum depth of 1.80 m and a minimum of 1.40 m is excellent not only for cooling off but also for pleasant swimming. Beside the pool is a large gazebo sheltered from the sun with tables and chairs. Water, sunsets and scents in the silence of Villa Gaia ... more?