In the middle of a 160 acre farm lies the restored Ventrina House, once a convent of Camaldolesi nuns.
Traces of the building were already evident in 1066; some documents indicate Ventrina House as a meeting point and location for drafting documents. More than a thousand years of history infuse the charm of this farmhouse, where even today one can appreciate the simplicity of life, the respect for the natural surroundings and the authentic traditions of the region.
Situated on a sunny hillside near the Monastery of Camaldoli, close to the Casentino National Forest, Agriturismo Casentino is surrounded by the most beautiful flora and fauna, including deer, wild swine, and pheasants. Whether for a single night, a few days, or an entire holiday, Agriturismo Casentino provides rooms or complete apartments throughout the seasons in an atmosphere of beauty and tranquility.