Tuscany, Italy

Monteverdi Villa San Pietro

Rates per night from$1,406.53

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR1,272.73), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Authentic country casa

Setting

Colourful Castiglioncello

Sleeps

4

Charming converted farmhouse Villa San Pietro – a luxury casa on the Monteverdi village estate – has weathered-stone walls and sleeps up to four guests. Cosiness comes first: plump sofas gather round a wood-burning fireplace in the living room and each bedroom – one lily-white, the other in soft pinks and warm reds – has a king-size, pencil-post bed dressed in hand-dyed linens. Beamed ceilings add a rustic air, but the smartly modernised kitchen has the essentials of Italian living: wine-glass-lined shelves, an espresso machine and chef-quality cookware. Pluck an Umberto Eco tome from the artisan-made shelves, repose on a hand-stitched leather recliner, and relax… 

Smith Extra

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Welcome reception including a glass of prosecco and selection of local cheeses and meats.

First Glance

  • This rustic Italian villa (102sq m) has wood-beamed ceilings throughout, stone walls and views of the Tuscan countryside from the top floor. Please note, there's a minimum stay of three nights.
  • There’s an entry hall and staircase on the ground floor.
  • There’s a small lounge leading off from the bedroom on the first floor; it’s furnished with sofas and has a ‘wine cellar’: shelves stacked with sommelier-selected bottles.
  • On the second floor is a larger living room with comfy sofas surrounding a wood-burning fireplace, and modern artwork on the walls. The ceiling is beamed and there are hand-crafted bookshelves with a stash of Italian classics, plus a small dining area with a wooden table.
  • The modern kitchen has sleek cabinets and stainless-steel shelves lined with glassware. There’s high-quality cookware in the cupboards, a hob and oven, espresso machine, utensils and cutlery. Coffee and water will be stocked before your arrival.

Villa highlights

  • Goodie-stocked kitchen
  • Hand-made furnishings
  • Refined rusticity

Sleeping arrangements

  • The blush-pink, 16sq m master suite on the first floor has a custom-made, king-size pencil-post bed dressed in hand-dyed stripy linens. There’s also a hand-stitched leather recliner, beamed ceilings, and views of Val d'Orcia and Monte Amiata. The marble ensuite bathroom has a rainfall shower.
  • The second suite (15sq m) is all white, with whitewashed beams across the ceiling, white walls and a custom, king-size pencil-post bed (also white) with hand-stitched linens. From the second floor, there are sweeping views of Val d’Orcia. There’s a travertine-lined ensuite bathroom with a rainfall shower. This room also has its own private entrance from the street.

Key kit

  • Free breakfast is served in Oreade every morning.
  • Flatscreen TV and DVD player with Sky channels.
  • Sound-system with CD player.
  • Pre-loaded iPod and dock.
  • WiFi-enabled speakers.
  • Free WiFi throughout.
  • Espresso machine.
  • Library of books.
  • Coffee and bottled water in the kitchen.
  • Hairdryer.
  • Bathrobes and slippers.
  • Safe.
  • Portable air-conditioning units available on request.
  • Daily housekeeping.
  • Plug adaptors can be borrowed on request.
  • Alarm.

Poolside

  • The villa doesn’t have its own pool, but guests are welcome to use the glittering main pool within the village.

Grounds

  • The villa shares the hotel’s headily-scented lavender gardens.
  • There’s plentiful on-site parking roughly 100 metres from the villa. A free shuttle service runs to and fro.

Location

  • Housed in one of the original buildings in Monteverdi’s village estate, San Pietro is located in a small, peaceful side street.
  • Florence Airport is a 90-minute drive from Monteverdi.
  • The hotel’s village, Castiglioncello del Trinoro, is petite but houses an art gallery, archaeological dig and historic church Sant’Andrea, all within walking distance.

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