Located near a train station, Villa della Certosa is a great choice for a stay in Gambassi Terme. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café, or indulge in massages, facials, or body treatments. A health club and a spa tub are offered, and rooms at this Victorian bed & breakfast have conveniences like sofa beds and refrigerators.
Set on a working farm producing wine and oil, La Torre Antica offers country-style rooms, and is located a 5-minute drive from the centre of Gambassi Terme. Guests can enjoy the garden and outdoor pool. Breakfast is served daily and includes sweet and savoury items. Rooms at the Torre Antica feature garden views, a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Free private parking is available on site. Siena is 34.2 miles away, while Florence is a 1-hour drive.
Villa Bianca Hotel features an airport shuttle (available on request), a winery, and a rooftop terrace. Guests indulge in massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a seasonal outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
The Space Apartment for 8+2 people: composed by 3 double or twin bedrooms each one with bathroom, 1 double bedroom with bathroom, living room with sat TV and double sofa bed, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, private terrace area with tables, chairs, sun umbrella and nice view. IN THE HEART OF TUSCANY. The position of Il Castagno offers a splendid opportunity to reap the most beautiful fruits of art and Tuscan civilisation. The property also lies within the territory which is due to become the 'Parco Minerario e Termale' of Gambassi and Montaione. HISTORY The historical events of 'Il Castagno' are part of the great history of an area that has felt the influence of the bordering possessions of Florence, Pisa and Siena. In ancient times it was certainly a 'passage way': for the Etruscans to the town of Volterra, for the Romans there was the Via Clodia from Siena to Lucca and in tha middleages travellers like the archbishop Sigerico of Canterbury, who recalls the Church of Santa Maria in Chianni at Gambassi in the book of his travels in Italy before the year 1000, took the Via Francigena. 'Il Castagno' was recorded as early as 970 as bolonging to the Bishop of Volterra. It was badly damaged and sacked by Piccinnino's troops in 1430 and by the Sienise army which spent the night there on 13 June 1554. The Villa was built around 1600 by the Senatoria dei Rinuccini family, both as their own country home and to administer the other properties they had acquired in the area. In around 1815 it was inherited by the Marchesi Capponi of Florence. The Grand Duke of Tuscany visited the house on several occasions. In 1834 it passed to Marchese Attilio Incontri as part of the dowry brought by his wife, Donna Ortensi, daughter of Marchese Gino Capponi. The original property extended for thousands of hectares from the river Era to the river Elsa. Through the centuries 'Il Castagno' became an example for many other farms, but this did not save it from being divided up to what it is today. In 1998 the Bottai family, well known constructors from San Romano Val d'Arno, acquired 'Il Castagno'.
A great choice for a stay in Gambassi Terme, Borgo Le Colline features an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a rooftop terrace. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in deep-tissue massages or reflexology. A seasonal outdoor pool and a garden are other highlights, and apartments offer conveniences like kitchenettes and sofa beds.