At a Glance
Situated high in the Tuscan hills, Monteverdi Tuscany offers 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside
The perfectly preserved buildings feel like stepping back in time to a traditional Italian borgo
With Montalcino and Montepulciano on the doorstep, the hotel has a fantastic wine selection
This rural escape is a haven of tranquillity, the only sounds to be heard are birds singing and church bells ringing
Best time to Visit
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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 the weather is usually good. Monteverdi Tuscany is closed from mid-November to May.
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Monteverdi Tuscany is a boutique hotel located in a sleepy corner of Tuscany, surrounded by stunning countryside yet easily accessible from the renowned hill towns for which the region is famed. This is the perfect escape from cosmopolitan Italy.
This quaint, historical hamlet has been converted in to a small collection of villas as a well as a boutique hotel, offering incredible views. Monteverdi Tuscany is ideally situated for those seeking absolute tranquillity away from busier hill towns of the region.
Monteverdi Tuscany's amenities, such as restaurants, spa, concierge, bar and private art gallery have all been lovingly incorporated into this ancient hamlet's restored stone buildings and are connected by winding cobbled paths, all atop a hill which enjoys far reaching views of the Val d’Orcia in the province of Siena. Here you'll discover the hidden gardens with castle remains and sprinkled with colourful wildflowers.
Oreade, Monteverdi Tuscany's fine dining, award-winning restaurant really focuses on traditional Tuscan cuisine, open for lunch, dinner and cooking classes. Guests can enjoy master classes in wine at The Enoteca, the intimate wine bar with a large variety of local wines. Exquisite cocktails are served at the Library bar which can be sipped while looking out over the vast, rolling countryside.
With separate villas scattered within the village as well as the rooms and suites of the hotel, Monteverdi Tuscany offers a truly private escape for both couples and honeymooners. Each villa, room and suite seamlessly combines traditional Tuscan architecture with contemporary design and comes fully equipped with all the modern amenities one would expect.
There are 21 rooms in total at Monteverdi Tuscany, made up from 18 hotel rooms and suites along with three villas. The style combines the tradition of the medieval buildings along with a fresh, contemporary design. Each room has customised furniture, complimentary WiFi and a flat screen TV.
Measuring 22 - 34 sqm, Luxury Rooms are each unique, some offering rainfall showers and some with freestanding bathtubs. Luxury Rooms enjoy views over the village rooftops or the Val d'Orcia.
Village Suites measure between 37 - 49 sqm, each with handmade bed frames and many offering rainfall showers. These charming suites boast views of the surrounding traditional village.
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Luxury View Suites are spacious, measuring between 34 - 40 sqm, and offering beautiful views of the Tuscan Hills and the Val d'Orcia. Wood-beamed ceilings add a unique character to each suite.
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This two-bedroom villa is the perfect space for a small family or a group of friends. Each bedroom is en-suite and the bathrooms offer rainfall showers. There is a comfortable living room as well as an additional lounge or play area.
Villa Amiata is a three-bedroom villa spread over three floors. Each bedroom is en-suite, with one of the bathrooms providing a whirlpool, rainfall shower and steam room. There is a cosy living room as well as a dining area with room for up to eight guests.
Villa Muri Antichi is a six-bedroom villa sleeping up to 12 guests. Each bedroom has a king-size bed and an en suite bathroom. The villa offers several lounge areas, a casual dining room and its own private wine cellar.
Children are welcome at Monteverdi Tuscany however there are no specific childcare facilities.
The main restaurant is Oreade. This fine dining restaurant focuses on local and organic Tuscan cuisine. Enoteca is the hotel’s wine bar offering master classes in wine with 32 different types by the glass. Stop in for a light lunch or an aperitif before dinner. The Library Bar offers the perfect place to enjoy a coffee, beer, glass of wine or a perfectly mixed cocktail with the most spectacular views of the surrounding Tuscan landscape.
Monteverdi Tuscany offers a small spa with a warm rustic feel and a lovely variety of treatments. The gym lets you enjoy the picturesque Tuscan views whilst working out and the infinity pool is hidden up in the gardens and open daily. Experience a yoga class in the lavender garden or why not use one of the complimentary bikes to explore the countryside? Monteverdi Tuscany is surrounded by beautiful trails of a UNESCO World Heritage site which you can do on your own or with a guide. Custom day trips can be arranged to the nearby towns, while culinary and wine excursions are a must.
Anna Crowther (Staff)
The Borgo in the sky. This place truly blew my mind! No matter where you look, the views are spectacular - I honestly could not put my camera down the whole time I was there. This ancient village has been transformed into a hotel with just 23 rooms and there are so many beautiful gardens, hidden corners, castle remains and wild flowers. The church holds small music concerts, there is an art gallery, a cocktail bar with the most picturesque views and state of the art wine bar. If you come here, all your stresses will float away. You could never get bored of the rich, vibrant, green Tuscan countryside which can goes on for miles and miles. The outside of the buildings are the original stones and bricks, but inside they have renovated the rooms into a modern day haven. Every room is different, some with fireplaces, others with terraces covered in colourful flowers, but each one has the most incredible finish.
Cammie Burke (Staff)
Monteverdi is perched in the hilltop town of Castiglioncello del Trinoro, a town of just 10 fulltime residents. This special mountaintop estate has the incredible views of the countryside. Each room is truly special and unique, designer Ilaria Miani worked with a local in the village to blend the modern yet Tuscan styles. I stayed in the Suite del Bosco, the unique feature of this room was the wood-carved sculptures as they represented the structure the village farmers used to dry grains from the region.
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Located in a sleepy corner of Tuscany, this restored medieval village overlooks the stunning Val d'Orcia. Surrounded by spectacular Italian countryside, Monteverdi is perfectly situated for those looking to escape cosmopolitan life while still being easily accessible from renowned hill town, such as Siena and Pienza.