Castle in the Woods

A medieval Tuscan village is turned into a picture perfect hotel.

Words: Lee Tulloch, Photography: Tony Amos
The Borgo.
villa
vineyards
Brunello
kitchen garden
cooking school
fresh and delicious
Wines at Osteria La Canonica
immaculate grounds
The Borgo and statue of San Michele.
The Borgo with spa on the right.
Private pool at a villa.
Lobby Lounge
Lobby and Campo del Drago
AM and PM
Gateway to the ruined tower
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There are few country hotels that are as perfect as this former hunting estate of Italian kings.  And that’s before we consider those prized vineyards and that luscious Brunello.

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