~ Hotel of the Month ~
Owned and operated by the Ferragamo family, it's no wonder this hotel is known as "A Place Like No Other." From the second you drive through the gates and impressive tree-lined drive, there is so much beauty to take in all around. The estate is rich in history and it is a destination within itself as there is so much to do on property. Covering over 1,700 acres, it offers many different types of accommodations from suites to private homes, some of which are located in a beautifully restored medieval village. As you stroll through the streets you will find local artisans hard at work creating shoes, pottery, gold jewellery, paintings, hats and much more - offering wonderful gifts to commemorate your stay. Around the main property, there is a beautiful wine and art gallery as well as plenty of activities including hiking, horseback riding, tennis, golf, yoga and wine tasting. Il Borro truly has it all!
Location, Location, Location
This property is unique in that it is perfectly situated in the heart of Tuscany. You will feel like you are lost in the countryside, but you are within an hour drive of main cities like Florence, Siena and Cortona. Since you are so centrally located, you can do incredible day trips to beautiful surrounding cities without spending all day in the car. Their estate is also close to countless wineries if you'd like to enjoy a day of wine tasting among the vines.
The Following Virtuoso Amenities Will Be Included in Your Stay:
Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
Daily full breakfast, for up to two in room guests
One $50 Euro Spa Credit
One $50 Euro Golf Credit
One bottle of wine
Early check-in/ late check-out, subject to availability
Vino & Arte Gallery - View the stunning collection wine-themed engravings on display as you travel back in time through the history of Il Borro. The story is told by famous artists such as Picasso and Warhol and they illustrate the history of the property as it passed down through the Medici, the House of Savoy and eventually the Ferragamo Family. The gallery leads to their new and old Cellars which are where the real fun happens with a tasting of their fantastic wines! Learn more about the "art" of Tuscan wine-making as you taste in one of the oldest cellars in Italy where the first Chianti wine was produced!
VinCafè - This chic restaurant first delights your eye as a design masterpiece and then entices your tastebuds with a delicious paired tasting menu inspired by the best local products. It's the perfect setting to sip and savor!
~ Other Notable Tuscan Estates ~
Rosewood Castiglion Del Bosco
One of the oldest preserved estates in Tuscany
A boutique estate high on the tolling green hillside
Castello Del Nero
Tavarnelle Val di Pesa
An impeccably restored 12th century noble estate