At Max's House
The Frantoio was the Belvedere oil mill, one of the 16 ancient ones located in the area. Oil was one of the most important resources in these lands. In the 1980s, Max, a Swiss gentleman, bought the property to build a tourist facility. There are still traces of him, like the Lari who protect this place. His grandson gave me the keys so that this village can continue to live in the spirit in which it was created.
It is a stone structure, typical of the Tuscan tradition. There are small flats and facilities available to all Borgo al Cielo guests, namely the swimming pool, the garden tended by Max's wife, the barbecue, the breakfast room and tables outside. Just a few steps away is the Piazza di Belvedere and the Palazzo... we are in a Albergo Diffuso.
An interior and an exterior space
The ground floor studios all have an outdoor space and a veranda for dining. Those on the second floor have a large terrace. The interior space has an equipped kitchenette. All have an independent entrance.
The bathroom has a shower.
The swimming pool and services are within walking distance.
Kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and terrace
The equipped kitchen can be eaten in and has a fireplace. The double bedroom overlooks the garden and the other bedroom has two single beds that can be joined together. The bathroom has a shower. The flat on the first floor has a very large, covered terrace. The swimming pool and services are within walking distance.Book now