Borgo Santo Pietro
This stunning boutique hotel located in the heart of the Tuscan countryside exudes charm and history. The lovingly converted 13th century villa, the center of the property, offers guests a luxurious haven in which to relax and unwind.
At a Glance
The gardens at this hotel are simply stunning and offer guests the perfect haven in which to relax
The Treehouse Bar offers stunning views over the surrounding countryside and is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail
The hotel has a resident artist who is on hand to teach you to draw or paint
The hotel has a lovely spa offering a good variety of treatments. As well as in the Spa you can enjoy treatments anywhere within the grounds of the hotel as well
The location of the hotel is superb with Siena and Florence both under an hour away
The hotel holds movie nights every Thursday in the gardens, this is super romantic, relax with a blanket and a glass of Prosecco and enjoy a good Italian classic.Jessica Hayes
The renovated Treehouse Bar & Trattoria is just one of the amazing aspects of this magical hotel. On Mondays the Treehouse Bar holds gourmet Farmers Market, here the guests can take their pick of fresh seasonal produce while enjoying live music and the incomparable views of the Valle Serena.Cammie Burke
Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to Borgo Santo Pietro or take a look at our itineraries to Tuscany
Located in the heart of Tuscany, Borgo Santo Pietro is just 30-minutes from the center of Siena and just over a 1-hour drive from Florence. This stunning 13th century villa estate was painstakingly and lovingly restored into a beautiful and luxurious boutique hotel.
Surrounded by 13 acres of gardens this hotel really offers seclusion and relaxation in the most enchanting setting. The rooms are spread between the main Villa and a separate building housing the Garden Suites just a 2-minute walk away. The interiors are in-keeping with the origins of the building, walls are adorned by paintings and tapestries and beautiful antique pieces can be found in rooms and the public areas.
This hotel is a wonderful retreat open from March to November, with large open fire places the main villa is a cosy and romantic retreat when the weather is cooler in the summer you can cool off in the hotel's large infinity pools which overlook the surrounding countryside. Those looking for relaxation can indulge in treatments in the hotel's spa and those after more action can enjoy the hotel's facilities which include tennis and badminton court. Croquet, archery, yoga and bicycles are all available to guests.
Each of the rooms and suites at the Borgo Santo Pietro is independently decorated, using the finest linens and antique pieces, ensuring a unique experience for guests. Taking inspiration from the beautiful gardens and rural setting, many of the rooms feature hand-painted murals of the surrounding countryside.
|Superior Rooms - Sir Vincent||
This wonderfully decorated deluxe double room features a wall mural of the stunning Tuscan hills. The room includes a comfortable queen size bed, LCD flat Screen TV & DVD player, a safe, Mini bar, music uploaded ipods and docking speakers.
|Superior Rooms - San Galgano||
This opulent room features a large mural depicting the religious history of the Abbey of San Galgano. The comfortable King size bed is upholstered in gold silk velvet and there is antique writing desk.
The en-suite bathroom benefits from views across the courtyard and features sandstone vanity unit, bath and shower.
|Superior Rooms - Giardin de Fiori||
Bringing the outdoors inside, this beautiful room is an homage to the Stunning gardens of the Borgo itself. The large windows give the room a sunlight-bathed airiness, and there is a working fireplace for cooler nights. The bed is Extra queen size and there is an antique writing desk, LCD TV, minibar, Safe and ipod docking speakers.
|Villa Suites - Via del Pellegrino||
This stunning junior suite is very open, bright and spacious, and has views out over the ancient Pilgrims route to Rome. Luxuriously furnished with decadent antique silks and luscious velvet upholstery, the room creates a serene and relaxing atmosphere for its guests.
French doors lead through to the traditional and elegant bathroom, and the room has its own working fireplace and extra large queen bed.
|Villa Suites - Studio Badia||
This suite takes its name from the nearby Badia mountain, and is a great place to find a peace amongst the antique books and furniture, including a collection of 18th century maps.
The room also has it's own rare Bordeaux marble fireplace, and small king size bed.
|Villa Suites - Rinaldo di Sorciano||
Inspired by former resident of the Borgo, Rinaldo Pievano di Sorciano who held court here, this suite is grand in more than just its name. Situated on the ground floor this majestic room has its own glorious fireplace, which can be lit in time for your arrival. Relax in style on your super king size bed or wander out into the courtyard from your French doors to take in the grounds.
|Villa Suites - Valle Serena||
With stunning views over the Serene Valley, this suite is well situated to get the glorious Tuscan sunshine stream in through the large windows. Enjoy a bubble bath in the rooms free-standing bath beside the opulent marble fire place.
This suite has a separate bathroom with a large walk-in shower, marble vanity and crystal chandelier.
|Villa Suites - Santo Pietro Grand Suite||
For those in search of ultimate seclusion, the Santo Pietro Grand Suite has it all. The suite stands alone at one end of the villa, giving you luxury and space and privacy to indulge in your own regal fantasy. Take in the views of this stunning Valley Serena from your balcony, and sleep like a dream on the four-poster super king size bed. Bathe in the sumptuous bathroom with Roman style shower and have your evening meal from the restaurant served in the privacy of your own room.
|Garden Suites - Basilico||
The perfect spot to relax and unwind, the Basilico suite has been crafted in an authentic, luxurious & Italian style. Featuring its own private garden, guests can sit and relax taking in all the scents and sounds of this tranquil green space. It has its own working fireplace too for cooler nights. The room has a king size bed, and French doors leading straight out to the garden.
|Garden Suites - Maggiorana||
This rustic suite comes complete with thick oak beams and king size mahogany bed, yet is still luxurious and comfortable. Separate from the main villa of Borgo, the Maggiorana sits enveloped by a tranquil garden setting for ultimate peace and relaxation. The room features a stunning crystal chandelier and fully working fireplace.
|Garden Suites - La Mora||
This beautiful suite has white washed walls and high ceilings with exposed beams meaning the room is full of light. It has a drop crystal chandelier and small king size bed plus a Mediterranean courtyard to laze around in the sun.
|Garden Suites - L'Ulivo||
This suite is a haven of tranquillity, with white washed walls and high ceilings, the room is bathed in light. Decorated in pale dusty green, the furnishings reflect the olive trees from outside. The room opens up to a Mediterranean courtyard and central fountain with sun loungers for taking in some sun. The working fireplace in the room can be lit before your arrival.
|Garden Suites - Rosmarino||
This is a rustic suite, with thick oak beams and exposed Tuscan stone walls, and yet it still maintains the air of luxury, with a comfortable king size bed cosy fireplace. Have dinner served in the privacy of your own room, or even in your own private garden. Soak in the free standing tub whilst looking out onto the garden.
|Garden Suites - Il Melograno||
The Il Megrano garden suite is a beautifully decorated room, with great attention to detail. The high ceilings with exposed beams and chandelier add a light airy feel to the room. The small king size bed looks out over the Mediterranean courtyard, full of citrus trees and their fresh scents where guests can relax and take in some sunshine.
|La Casa dell 'Unicorno||
This luxurious secluded garden suite offers the ultimate escape. With its secluded location and mystical garden, guests can retreat to their own private hideaway. This suite is decorated in decadent fabrics, sumptuous linens and lusciously-draped curtains. Step outside on to the private terrace and garden, and watch the butterflies dance around the beautiful rose garden. Full of citrus scents which flood into the room, guests can take it all in while enjoying a bubble bath in the opulent bathroom.
|Vecchio Forno Suite||
The Vecchio Forno Suite is a vast 50m2 and boasts a private terrace with the most incredible views of the Tuscan countryside.
The hotel offers two dining options. The more formal Michelin-starred Meo Modo restaurant offers gourmet dining with local home grown produce. More relaxed is the Treehouse Bar and Brasserie, situated near to the pool this offers lighter choices perfect for lunch or light snack with a cocktail. For those looking for a romantic evening, the hotel can also set up a private dining experience within the gardens.
On site the hotel offers a tennis and badminton court, and yoga, archery, cooking lessons and garden tours are all available on request. Those looking to indulge their creative side can organize flower arranging tutorials or have a private lesson with the resident artist for those looking to learn or improve painting skills.
Outside of the hotel there is a wealth of activities to enjoy from horse riding, biking, golf as well as historical sites and villages to explore.
Location & Directions
In the Tuscany countryside in the Province of Siena in Chiusdino.
When to go
The Mediterranean climate makes Tuscany a year round destination. It is important to remember that the main tourism season stretches from mid-April to the end of September with July and August being peak months. The best time to visit Tuscany is in the quieter part of the season, from April to June and from September to October when weather is usually good, prices lower and there are "fewer" tourists. Many have also discovered the advantages of visiting during the "low season" (late autumn and early spring) as the reduced number of tourists is visible.