Highlights

  • Indulge with Michelin-starred fine dining
  • Taste wines with a sommelier
  • Stroll through 220 acres of rolling Tuscany

Dating back to the 13th century, this your chance to stay in a Tuscan villa once used by medieval pilgrims. It’s all wrapped in 220 acres of grounds, where vineyards, secret rose nooks and working gardens inspire everything from watercolour classes from the resident artist to sommelier-led tastings and a Michelin-starred restaurant.


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Indeed, views of the lush surrounding valley are showcased throughout the Borgo Santo Pietro. Expect vistas of pretty vineyard terraces whether you’re enjoying a spa treatment in the garden or relaxing in your exclusive suite. And, each of the 20 rooms is blessed with antiques, hand-painted frescoes and courtyards that host everything from private pools to hidden gardens.

As with any trip to Tuscany, the dining is a special highlight, with the Michelin-starred Meo Modo a definite favourite. Here, tasting menus showcase the very best of the estate’s ingredients, while its accompanying Sull’Albero Trattori offers more casual fare. Think hand-spun pizzas served up to views over the infinity pool and valley. It’s all overseen by one of the region’s most exciting young chefs – Andrea Mattei.

There’s also plenty of the unique, whether that’s a picnic Vespa ride, a charcuterie board taken in the gardens or a cooking lesson from the Borgo’s award-winning chefs. You can even join the resident truffle hunter to forage for these most Tuscan of delicacies.

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