The Best Villas In Tuscany

The Best Villas In Tuscany

Renting a villas in Tuscany is on everyone’s wish list and for excellent reasons. The rest of the stay includes sunset beach, blue sky, vineyards smelling of jasmine scent; what do you dislike? Expand your acquaintance with the opulent Tuscan splendor as much as possible by staying at any of these houses. Some hotels are professionally managed, and others are privately rented, all offering the best of the Italian countryside.

Toscana Resort Castelfalfi

Everything from golf and tennis to a new lifestyle program (guided walks, live faces) is available at this Tuscan retreat. Book one of the many rooms (several of which are located next to the golf course) for the ultimate in privacy. Think of me, Bianchi, a 6,000 square foot workshop farmhouse with five bedrooms, pool, pool, fitness center, and gorgeous garden. The hotel has three restaurants, a winery, and an orchard. Visitors can even “take” a vineyard or olive grove and participate in the harvest.

Il Borro Toscana

The fascinating history of ancient Il Borro entices the family Ferragamo (who had been renting the property for many years) to become their rightful owners in 1993. Since then, Ferragamo has redeveloped the buildings, and the 1,700-hectare site has become a beautiful place with many private houses. Enjoy a cooking class, tasting wine at Il Borro Winery, playing tennis, cycling, or hiking. Built in 1854, the ten-bedroom Dimora Il Borro is located in the estate’s center, completely renovated with building materials from 19th-century Tuscan houses and modern amenities such as a tropical pool and gym. Full-time employees are always ready to meet any need.

Villa il Poggiale

This magnificent Renaissance villa near San Casciano in Val di Pesa was also once the home of the Vitta family, who eventually decided to restore the historic site and open it to visitors. The interior is decorated with frescoes, high ceilings, antique furniture, and fabrics by local Tuscan weavers. It is determined that the situation is personal, as the family intended, making this a secret place to stay in one’s home instead of a hotel. Be sure to book your treatment at their clinic – we offer an olive oil bath or resveratrol oil massage. Cooking lessons at the hotel restaurant (which provides family recipes and historical Tuscan cuisine) can be made to your liking.

Villa Sale

A magnificent six-room home located in the northwestern part of Tuscany, near the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Cinque Terre and Portofino and the world-famous Bulgarian wines. An 11th-century historic house, a ceiling with ancient chestnut stripes and handmade metal beds (handmade by one of Arezzo’s great artists) gives the area both character and authenticity. Spend time in open, sun-drenched rooms or one of the green courtyards overlooking a hilly vineyard, or enjoy a panoramic view from the poolside perch. A personal chef organization is possible.


Podere Panico

Hills surround the 400-year-old farmhouse just outside Siena. This open and airy hotel has a hot tub, a wood-burning fireplace, and a fantastic endless pool with amazing views of Tuscany. Modern furniture is accompanied by a historic wooden roof and brick arches throughout the property. The Oversize dining table and kitchen of the chefs are ready to accommodate many guests. Some bedrooms are open to the balcony.

Villa Cetinale

Edith Wharton once praised the green gardens of this beautiful Baroque home. Built-in 1651, the area offers hectares of lush greenery. You and your guests can play tennis at the lemon stand or sample food prepared by the chef by the lake. Twelve ornate bedrooms, four-dimensional beds, large outdoor or indoor dining tables, and a large chef’s kitchen complete the list of amenities. Antiquities, furniture, sculptures, and works of art also create the original charm and splendor of the city’s original landscape.

Steffy Alen

Steffy Alen