The farm

I Millepini Farmhouse

I Millepini is a farm and a farmhouse. It took time and energy, as well as effort, to restore the fields and the farm to their former splendour. Our estate in Tuscany was an 800’s farmhouse, completely renovated by Davide Mannozzi, owner of the farm and experienced agronomist.

Our Values

At I Millepini farmhouse our guests will breathe the scented air of olive trees, lavender, aromatic herbs and Giaggiolo (iris). The foundation of our philosophy is the respect for the land, the environment and the natural cycles of our local products. At I Millepini farmhouse, the starting point of our work is authenticity and family values, underpinned by ethical and sustainable choices.

Designed for your wellbeing

Our primary target are those who need to experience authentic moments and awaken emotions away from the hectic citylife, surrounded by uncontaminated nature.

Excellence products

Original products of the area, organically certified.


Open year-round

Our guests are always welcome to join us, even for a festive and sudden dinner. All they need to do is call us to check availability.

Quiet and Nature

Pull the plug and sleep peacefully in the silent countryside around our estate “I Millepini”.


Payment Methods

I Millepini farmhouse accepts all widely used payment methods, including credit card, debit card or cash.

Strategic Location

Our proximity to major Tuscan art cities such as Arezzo, Florence and Siena allows our guests to unwind away from the chaos after a long day.


Special Occasions

At I Millepini, it is possible to arrange events of all kinds: birthdays, wedding receptions, graduations or baptisms. Moreover there are our unique events. Follow us on our Social Media to stay up to date!

Fabrizio Caramagna

Each blade of grass appears to contain a library dedicated to wonder, silence and goodness.

San Bernardo

You will find more in the woods than in books. Trees and rocks will teach things that you cannot learn from masters.

Vincent Van Gogh

I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?