Tuscany & Umbria

Tuscany and Umbria are a real treat for those looking to dive deep into Italy’s idyllic countryside and evocative villages. These two central regions charm visitors with countless attractions that include medieval hamlets, Renaissance towns, and rich artisanal traditions – not to mention their excellent wines and farm-to-table cuisine.

Fattoria Svetoni, Montepulciano

Fattoria Svetoni welcomes you in the enchantment of the Tuscan countryside, in Montepulciano, in the magic of a unique and uncontaminated territory. Sangiovese vineyards surround what for centuries was a farm, active in the production of wine since 1865, and which today is an elegant villa with twelve refined rooms, swimming pool, spa, cellar and restaurant.

Antica Torre Tornabuoni, Firenze

Antica Torre Tornabuoni is one of Florence’s most unique boutique hotels, thanks to a strategic location in the heart of the historical centre, beautiful panoramic terraces with epic views over the Arno river and town’s beautiful attractions and walls steeped in centuries of history.

Palazzo Castri 1874, Florence

In the heart of Florence, tucked away on leafy Piazza Indipendenza, Palazzo Castri is a peaceful urban hideout with all the city’s main cultural highlights just a stone’s throw away. Its enchanting inner garden is a rare bonus in the city centre.

Villa Armena, Buonconvento

A family-owned, Renaissance villa with thick, red-brick walls and a romantic feel, immersed in the Crete Senesi, a beautiful corner of Tuscany only a quick drive away from Siena and Montalcino. A romantic legend, top local gastronomy, and a genuine homey feel make it a very special place.

Relais Villa Acquaviva, Saturnia

An ancient country estate in the heart of Tuscany’s Maremma region, just a few kilometres from the thermal springs of Saturnia, where you can take relax by the beautiful hilltop pool and feast on genuinely local dishes mainly made with the farm’s produce.

Relais Corte dei Papi, Cortona

The Relais La Corte dei Papi in Cortona breaks the model of the classic country house hotel. There are all the signs of an elegant estate, but it’s also somehow intimate, pleasant and unpretentious.
Here anyone can regain perspective and find inner calm.

Palazzo Seneca, Norcia

Beautifully situated in the delightful medieval town of Norcia, amid Umbria’s Sibylline Mountain National Park, Palazzo Seneca is a superb hotel. It captures perfectly the essence of the region with its timeless beauty, heartfelt hospitality, and the local gourmet fare served at its Michelin-starred restaurant.

L’Andana – Tenuta La Badiola, Castiglione della Pescaia

Set amidst the beautiful Maremma natural park and very close to the beaches of the Tyrrhenian coast, this splendid resort offers elegantly decorated rooms, a fabulous spa, sparkling pools, golf and tennis facilities, and superb dining. The estate also produces its own wine.

Every trip we take contributes to build our own life story.

A story that is a patchwork of encounters, experiences and memories made while traveling. And just like fabric scraps in a quilt, every trip we take, no matter how big or long, holds its own special place in our life and contributes to shape who we are.

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