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Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco in Tuscany is an exclusive country estate offering luxurious suites and villas with private heated pools, exceptional cuisine and great outdoor activities, set against the magnificent backdrop of the Val d'Orcia.

Tuscany, Italy
Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco
  • The 42 suites and the villas have been created from the original village hamlet in the heart of the estate alternatively there are 11 incredible villas dotted throughout the 5000 acre estate.

  • The Resort has 2 heated infinity pools in the common areas and each of the11 one-of a-kind Villa has its own private pool making this a fantastic option for spring and autumn when the surrounding countryside is at its most picturesque.

  • Home to a Tom Weiskopf designed golf course and driving range - the first and only private golf club in Italy.

  • Vinophiles will know this region of Tuscany is world famous for its Brunello wines and the hotel is no disappointment here with its own sprawling vineyards and winery onsite for guests to book tours and tastings.

Staying at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is a rare opportunity to enjoy Tuscany the way it is meant to be experienced - on a magnificent country estate nestled among rolling hills, sweeping vineyards and centuries-old farmhouses.

The heart of the estate is the borgo, a small hamlet where the historic buildings have been beautifully transformed into 42 very individual luxurious suites that exude traditional Tuscan style and culture. Each suite has been personally styled with handpicked unique pieces of Italian antique furniture and art. Some suites have separate sitting rooms, whilst others have enormous terraces, all with stunning views of the rolling countryside. In the borgo you will find the reception and concierge service for the whole estate. Room service is served until 11pm.

Also situated in the borgo are the traditional but stylish Osteria La Canonica, offering the atmosphere of an authentic Tuscan Trattoria, a regional menu of seasonal Tuscan favourites, and the elegant Ristorante del Drago, open for dinner, the Michelin-starred restaurant that offers guests epicurean journey through Tuscany's gastronomic culture in warm, intimate ambience. Guests staying at the property can relax by the fabulous outdoor heated stone infinity pool with views over towards the hilltop town of Montalcino or enjoy one of the treatments offered at the beautiful Spa at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco.

Set in the estate's 5,000 acres are a number of stunningly-located farmhouses. Currently 11 of these have been lovingly restored to become sumptuous yet authentic villas offering unparalleled facilities and amenities. Three of the villas are located in the borgo and the remaining eight villas are spread over the estate (the furthest being 5km away).

For those wishing to be more active, there is a state of the art fitness centre, tennis courts and the Tom Weiskopf designed 18 hole private golf course immersed in the heart of the Val d'Orcia. It is a unique Tuscan course hugging every fold and contour to the age-old landscape offering a high degree of enjoyment and satisfaction regardless of skill level. With a country-style club house converted from an ancient estate farmhouse, and breathtaking Tuscan views, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is fast building a reputation as one of Europe's most exclusive private golf clubs.

The Estate features miles of picturesque hiking and biking trails (bikes are complimentary) that hug spectacular ridges and meander past streams, waterfalls and hidden historic sites. Handsome Maremma horses, used by traditional Tuscan herdsmen, lead guests through a network of riding trails extending to the far-reaching corners of the property.

A real highlight is Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco's critically acclaimed Winery. It is the fifth largest producer of Tuscany's iconic red wine, Brunello di Montalcino. Not to be missed are the wine tours and the tasting room offering a portfolio of the hotel's exemplary vintages. The Winery also houses the Barriccaia, a wine sanctuary filled with rows of traditional French barrique barrels.

The Val d'Orcia is an undulating landscape known for its enchanting beauty and seductive colours and textures. Deep green in spring and golden in the autumn, this gentle land is famously rich in art and culture. The whole of Tuscany is within easy reach, from the galleries of Florence, to the medieval town of San Gimignano, and from the historic town of Siena to the beaches of the Mediterranean.

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Top tip:

If you can time your visit to coincide with Il Palio, you must spend some time in Siena for the build up and see the actual race. A centuries-old tradition, rival parts of the city race their horses bare back around the beautiful Campo.

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Tuscany, Italy

The Castiglion del Bosco Estate lies within the confines of the Val d'Orcia, 45km south of Siena and 90km south of Florence.

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