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Stay in a farmhouse near Bagni San Filippo

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Five night stay at Bindozzino's comfortable apartment, pay only four

We offer five night stay in an independent flat for two people. To those who send an email writing the promotional code "VT2023", Agriturismo Bindozzino will offer the fifth night free (320 euros instead of 400).

Agriturismo Bindozzino is a family-run farm located in the municipality of Castiglione d'Orcia, in the province of Siena. The farmhouse is located within Val d'Orcia natural park, an area recognized by Unesco as a World heritage site since 2004. Olive groves, vineyards and woods surround the area.

One of the main convenience factors for guests staying at the farm is the proximity to the free thermal baths of Bagni San Filippo. This extraordinary hot springs area on the slopes of Mount Amiata is visited all year round, even during the winter months. Tourists enjoy the experience of bathing in the thermal waters that flow up against an imposing limestone rock face, known as "Balena Bianca" (white whale), located at the edge of a forest. Due to the suggestive natural environment, the thermal baths of Bagni San Filippo have hosted film sets on several occasions.

Other main natural and artistic treasures of the area are the beauty of the landscape and the Saint Antimo Abbey (it can be reached in five minutes by car).


Prices include

  • Five-night stay for two adults
  • Free parking
  • Use of barbecue
  • WI-FI internet
  • A basket of wood for the fireplace
  • Discount coupon for two spas
  • Free tasting of extra virgin olive oil
  • Small pets allowed free of charge (subject to approval)

and no-show policies

The 30% deposit (not required in the case of last-minute bookings) is held by the owner, and may be used for booking a new stay in the following 12 months, provided that cancellation is notified at least 7 days before the date of arrival.



Agriturismo Bindozzino
P.IVA: 01477170524
Podere San Niccolò n.29, Località Poggio Rosa
Castiglione d'Orcia