A villa with the pool at Rosewood Castiglion del bosco estate in Tuscany.

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Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

A winding cypress road leads to the Borgo, the center of the ancient Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco farming community.

The Borgo is located on top of a hill and overlooks the fields of Montalcino. Below the medieval castle ruins that give the estate its name; it is a place full of memories worth exploring if you are near Siena.
Inside the Borgo, you will find the historic manor house, the ancient cellar, the stables, the church of San Michele Arcangelo, the rectory.

All the buildings have been meticulously restored to dedicate them to hospitality. The village has two restaurants inside, a cooking school, an organic garden, 23 suites, a wellness center, an infinity pool, and a fitness center.

Last but not least, the village holds priceless medieval and early Renaissance works of art such as “The Annunciation and Saints,” a fresco by Pietro Lorenzetti in the church of San Michele Arcangelo; this work was brought to light in 1876 at its ancient splendor.

View from the top of Borgo Finocchieto in Tuscany.

Borgo Finocchieto

Located 25 km away from Siena and near Montalcino, this unique elegant-rustic property is restored to eight-hundred-year-old Borgo. Its stunning view over the surrounding Tuscan hills, valleys, and towns is the perfect setting for a destination wedding in Italy.

Borgo Finocchieto‘s Villas and manor house can provide 22 accommodations for up to 44 guests. This place is ideal for special interests such as wine, cooking, art, architecture, music, history, biking, or other athletic pursuits.

View of the facade of Villa di Striano in Tuscany.

Villa di Striano

This charming Villa is one of the most valuable historical palace in Tuscany and, protected by the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage, it is a Historic Residence belonging to the ADSI (Association of Italian Historic Houses).
Immersed in the green of the Apennines, it is characterized by a beautiful panoramic position. It has a vast historic English park, with majestic old trees, including rare species.
From the large Piazzale Belvedere the view is lost until you reach the shores of the great Bilancino lake. In the historic park, shady paths and noble stairways lead to caves and fountains, following intimate and romantic paths that make you rediscover the charm and tranquility of life of other times. The sunny Limonaia (whose architecture immediately reveals the influence of Buontalenti in the art of Del Moro) gives the visitor the pleasure of an unexpected discovery.
Well protected by vegetation, you can savor a romantic and peaceful atmosphere and take advantage of the privacy of the versatile and spacious internal halls to organize any form of event: it is the ideal place for prestigious and exclusive events.

View from the top of Castello San Fabiano

Castello di San Fabiano

A historic landmark since 867 AD in the tuscan area of the Crete Senesi, between Siena and Montalcino, next to Val d’Orcia UNESCO World Heritage Site, just 1h driving from Florence and 2h from Rome.
Shaped as a hamlet, it is surrounded by 5 hectares of english gardens. At the center rises the main tower, built at the turn of XIII century, covered in colorful canadian creeper, green in summer and deep red in autumn.
Next to the tower the former Stables and their elegant garden, and in front of those the Pavilion that can host up to 300 seated people.
Fortified by the Sienese Republic in the middle age to defend a ford on the Arbia river as mentioned by Dante in his Divine Comedy. Destroyed in a siege by the king of Naples’s army in the 1409 AD.

Then property of the powerful gens Forteguerri of the Republic of Siena, who turned it in an Elegant Tuscan Villa. In the ‘50 roman nobleman and entrepreneur Count Fiorentini made it his hunting venue.

View of a private Villa in Borgo Pignano.

Borgo Pignano

Borgo Pignano is an elegant estate in the heart of the Tuscan countryside. Situated close to the historical hilly cities of Volterra and San Gimignano, it is easily reachable from the medieval cities of Florence and Siena and Chianti vineyards.

It is surrounded by 750 acres of agricultural biological terrain and praises a luxurious villa of the XVIII century and an Etruscan village. Today this hamlet accurately renewed offers warm and friendly hospitality in a quiet ambient.

Situated over 500 meters over the sea level, Borgo Pignano gives its guests one of the region’s most spectacular panoramas. Mainly magic is the view of the Mediterranean sea. Borgo Pignano offers an immersion experience in the heart and soul of Tuscany.

View of the Castle for the outside of the walls.

Castello di Meleto

First signs of this Castel date back to the XI century period in which it belonged to Benedictine monks of “Badia a Coltibuono.” Since 1256 Castel of Meleto welcomes those who arrive in Gaiole in Chianti.

It is the perfect fusion between past and future; today, the castle is a multi-functional reality; the prestigious winery business, specialized in local wines, has been joined by the production of extra virgin olive oil. The history of the castle is also a history of lavish weddings of noble Tuscan families.

The reception of the wedding usually takes place in the herb garden or inside the stable. The little eighteenth-century theater in a room is accessed from the internal courtyard; on its inside, you can admire seven original scenographies.

Villa Catureglio's facade and pool.

Villa Catureglio

Originally was a fortified tower of the XIII century; Villa Catureglio is a magical place immersed in nature where it is possible to celebrate the civil wedding. Besides, Catholic weddings can be observed in the frescoed chapel. It can host up to 120 people, but it is also ideal for intimate celebrations in the ornamental gardens or inside the traditional barn. Forty-one beds are available for four nights of renting.

Borgo Stomennano's entrance and view from the top.

Borgo Stomennano

This little village (named “Borgo” in Italian) is a charming Tuscan period residence which rises on an antique medieval town. In this place, the peace between Florence and Siena was sanctioned, and the history of the events and characters of this place are narrated in the Vatican Archives.

Old farmhouses of the XVIII century and a park with secular trees surround this Villa that today has become an agritourism.

The villa, furnished with antique and fine furniture, allows its guests to breathe the XVIII century’s air. Borgo Stomennano can host up to 34 people and, on the outside, has a beautiful garden and a private swimming pool. It is possible to enjoy wine tasting sessionsguided tours, and a private concert of classical and jazz music.

View from the top of Il Borro's estate and view of its facade.

Tenuta il Borro

Well, there would be many other places to talk about. And since we don’t know your budget and expectations we just wanted to share with you an overview of the places we like the most.

As your wedding planner in Tuscany, we know many beautiful renewed farms, castles, and Tuscan hamlets. We can’t wait to share our territory knowledge with you to realize the destination wedding in Tuscany you’re dreaming of!

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