Casale Refoli is an ancient Tuscan farmhouse detectable in the maps (dated 1824) of the "Catasto Leopoldino" with the name of "Podere Cetinaglia" (name very common in Tuscany from which the current location). Inhabited until time is not too far away from families of peasants of the "Val d'Elsa", which provided their livelihood by farming and breeding of animals.
Casale Refoli is located near the village of Casole d'Elsa in the province of Siena. Casole d'Elsa, of ancient Etruscan origin, is an important historical center of Val d'Elsa. Subject of contention between Florence and Volterra, the village of Casole d'Elsa owes its imposing walls of the Siena domain. Today, Casole d'Elsa is a town awarded the "Bandiera Arancione ", the mark of quality tourism environment that the Italian Touring Club attaches to the interior location for the development of quality tourism.
The property of Casale Refoli has been completely restored maintaining unchanged the shape, volume and part of the original (see photo ruins of Cetinaglia) and transformed into a cozy and comfortable house. From 2007 began to offer hospitality and welcome to lovers of Tuscany, his campaign and its art treasures.
In a very quiet area, the property of 15,000 sqm is situated on a hill surrounded mostly by fields. It is accessed by a unpaved country road of 2.0 km. This road is not suitable for sports cars or too low cars.