The Lazy Olive Glamping is located in the idyllic Tuscan countryside, allowing guests to enjoy a full immersion in nature, beauty and silence with the comfort of staying in a Chic Tent with private bathroom, air con and a proper bed.
We only have 10 boho tents and exclusively host 20 guests at the max.
Tents are set in our organic olive grove and have breathtaking views over vineyards and the medieval village of Pienza. The simple and chic interiors are designed by the architect/owner.
All of the ten tents dotted around under the trees are calm and simple spaces, carefully crafted to lull you into the gentle rhythm of country life. The big bed in a tent on the decking feels like an island on an island. The stunning views and the lovely array of soft fabrics and furnishings will make lie-ins irresistible and remote-controlled air con makes them comfortable all day and night too. Even the call of nature doesn’t mean having to go outside, as each tent has a discretely placed flushing loo in a screened section inside. When you do decide to head out, you can freshen up in the tent’s outside shower, screened from your neighbours but letting the sun-warmed water run straight into the river, carrying away the lather of the local soap. For more traditional bathers, there are showers up at the red-brick casetta, where you’ll also find the shared kitchen space, a Weber grill, some tranquil seating spots and the huge outdoor dining table, big enough for the whole camp to share a meal at.
Although the area is very safe, we have a person looking after tents and guests 24/7, you can lock your tent and in each one there is a chest with a padlock for your ipad, laptop or any item you want to keep safe. We still suggest not to leave very precious things unattended in the tent.
In the countryside around you, you can visit ancient towns, famous wine spots like Montepulciano, Montalcino, Chianti and even historic Siena and Florence, or just wander down to the neighbouring farm and watch the goats. Days of exploration on borrowed bikes or by car blend into cool afternoons on the slopes under the trees and evenings when the fairy lights come on and give the whole camp a glowing, festival feel. There are plenty of trattoria nearby where you can try some local flavour, but you’re more than welcome to cook for yourself after a quick raid of the organic veg garden, as long as the resident badger hasn’t finished it all off on his nightly visits.