The small Incanto Toscano Residence is very reminiscent of the Tuscan rural traditional. Both of the residential buildings belong to a country estate which spreads out over six hectares and is run by the Cosci sisters who put extra emphasis on hospitality.
The Incanto Toscano Residence has only been open to guests since September 2014. After a careful renovation of the former farm houses, the residence has been turned into a charming complex with modern holiday apartments. Particular attention was paid to maintaining the structure of the original rooms with visible wood-beamed ceilings. A few pieces of the existing antique furniture have been restored by local craftsmen with great care.
The furnishings and décor have been mostly manufactured in Italy which has resulted in beautiful holiday apartments that combine pure Tuscan tradition with more contemporary modern comfort.
Enjoy a care-free holiday in a unique resort whilst exploring the surrounding region including the neighbouring towns of Larciano and Pistoia.
The Incanto Toscano Residence and surrounding country estate offer the best conditions for a relaxing holiday. One part of the estate consists of vast cornfields, ancient fruit trees and fertile orchards whilst other part has been intentionally left to nature so that you can go walking, jogging, cycling or horse riding. Of course you can also sit under a tree or in the garden on a sun lounger and read a good book for hours on end and enjoy the quiet rural idyll. And if you get too hot under the warm Italian sun then you can jump into the small wooden pool to cool off!
Dining and excursions
The Incanto Toscano Residence lies in the heart of Tuscany. Like everywhere else in Italy, you will be spoiled with delicious culinary specialities that go way beyond the usual pizza and pasta dishes! Top tip: combine a long walk with a trip to the trattoria in Larciano. Furthermore, Tuscany is well known for its numerous cities of culture. Pisa and Florence are only an hour’s drive away. Padule di Fucecchio, Montacatini Terme, Vinci, Collodi, Lucca and Siena are also worth visiting.
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