The history of this country house in province of Pisa is very charming: the Asilo Masi dates back to XVIII century and was a farmhouse.
Afterwards the architect Bellincioni redesigned the facade and cretaed a foundation to promote artworks, a project that helped him to make his statue depicting Andrea da Pontedera.
The Asilo Masi, thanks to the restoration wanted by the Countess Cristina Gotti-Lega, comes back as an exclusive relais with a strong cultural vocation, besides to offer rooms with country style and all the essential comforts.
Today the country house welcomes guests in a large spaces featuring classic furnitures and soft colors, as the lounge room where to retreat yourselves and read your favorite book.
About the accomodations, the range of services includes heating system, air conditioning, safe, desk, beds (with a lenght of 2 mt), free bathroom products, private bathroom, shower or bath, telephone, tea and coffee selection, kettle, free Wi-Fi access and have a view on the garden.
The restaurant of the Relais is specialized in rural Tuscan traditional menus: natural local products, organic oil and wine, meat and cold cuts from the best delicatesse, cheese from the local farms and homemade cakes, evidence of the great passion and attention that the Countess has for gastronomy and the high quality of products.
During centuries the Asilo Masi hosted prestigious personalities like Garibaldi, Pietro Mascagni and Giacomo Puccini, that in different ways are important for Italian history.
The link with art and creativity is unaltered, because the Relais plans periodically thematic itineraries, offering to guests the chance to know the tradition of this region and like the best artworks from Renaissance to now.
The outside swimming pool is ideal for sunset aperitifs: let yourselves pamper by this refined country house and your stay will be without comparison.