Casa Giulia is located in Certaldo, a delicious medieval town in Tuscany; village apartments like this one immediately transport you in a different time, and add a special romantic zest to your holiday in Italy. Just looking at the pictures you will see the great care set into furnishing and decorating this splendid town home.
The apartment is located on the first floor and has its own independent entrance. You will find it in a historic building along an ancient alley in the picturesque town of Certaldo, an oasis of peace and tranquility in Tuscany; village, apartments all around, and the historic center create a harmonious whole you can feel upon arrival. The interiors have been completely renovated, and reflect the surrounding harmony. The attention to the detail is painstaking, and the comfort level is very high, so that for four people can enjoy this tasteful accommodation to the fullest. The sleeping arrangement includes one matrimonial bedroom and one bedroom with two twin beds, making the apartment ideal for families and couples.
The feel is deliberately romantic, cleverly designed during the restoration process to make Casa Giulia the perfect honeymoon nest, with a beautiful bridal suite. It also is a lovely apartment for a family of four.
Living comforts have been given a special attention. The cooking corner with dishwasher was created exalting the warm feel of red terracotta bricks, the laundry area is equipped with a washing machine, the full restroom includes a shower, and the heating is independent. In this Tuscany village apartment you will also find a TV set, a hi-fi stereo and a safe for your belongings.
Perched on a hilltop in the heart of Val d’Elsa, Certaldo is one of those places that fascinate for the charm they emanate. Already in the Middle Ages, and later for the Florentine republic, it was a strategic landmark thanks to its geographical position.
Certaldo is the hometown of Giovanni Boccaccio, one of the fathers of the Italian language. Inside the ancient walls of this beautiful village is preserved the novelist’s house where he established an extensive library. Here is also the mighty Praetorian Palace. On its facade splendid stone coats of arms and glazed earthenware from the Della Robbia workshop emerge with all their beauty. This medieval center is a little-know jewel in Tuscany; village apartments like Casa Giulia in its center will give you the chance to discover it with all its beauty and relaxed lifestyle.