“A lovely little jewel of a boutique hotel, with just five rooms, two suites and three villas. This place is incredibly serene and simple, yet undeniably chic. The restoration started in 2004 and completed to open in August 2012, so a lot of time, passion, and consideration has been put into the hotel – and it is abundantly clear! Everywhere you look there is something beautiful to see, the décor is rustic elegance at it’s finest, and the staff is just wonderful – accommodating, friendly, and perfectly attentive. Property activities include wine-tasting, cooking lessons, or in-room massages – such fun, like a Tuscan dream.”
- Trusted Friend: Margerita Valentino, Rome
(Date Experienced: September 2012)

Great for
A unique and simply stunning Tuscan hideaway.

With whom
Your love - ideal for a couples trip.

Memorable moment
The hotel can provide a personal chef upon request – so one night we had a private dinner prepared in our villa, which was so special and incredibly tasty - he used top quality, freshest ingredients from the area.

Best time to go
Fall and spring are always favorite seasons in Tuscany – gentle temperatures and fewer crowds. I’d not dream of visiting in Summer months.

Be aware
The hotel recently opened so some amenities are still in progress. When we visited the pool wasn’t open yet, be sure to enquire before your stay.

Starting at $450 a night per room, $5000 a week per villa.


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