Tuscany, Italy

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco Villa Sant’Anna

Rates per night from$3,949.98

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Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR3,572.18), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Sprawling Tuscan homestead

Setting

Vineyard-packed valleys

Sleeps

9

Poised between the vineyards and the golf club on Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco hotel’s verdant estate is Villa Sant’ Anna: a centuries-old (yet thoroughly modernised) Tuscan farmhouse. This five-bedroom, authentically renovated Italian casa stays true to its ancient heritage with exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and polished, tiled floors. Modern touches bring the villa into the 21st century: whip up antipasti feasts in the spick-and-span kitchen; curl up with a classic film in the library; and wallow in the marble bath tubs big enough for two to soak in. On balmy days, knock a few balls around on the private tennis court before cooling off with a dip in the infinity pool; meanwhile, summer evenings will call for long, alfresco suppers on the terrace, with views of the Unesco-listed Val d’Orcia. 

Smith Extra

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A wine-tasting tour for all villa guests

First Glance

  • The traditionally Tuscan Villa Sant’ Anna (655sq m) is spread over a two-storey, stone-walled farmhouse and a neighbouring pool house; modern fixtures and fittings include a private pool and a tennis court.
  • On the ground floor in the main house, there’s a high-ceilinged living room with exposed stone walls and a tiled floor. Patterned sofas and armchairs are grouped around a large fireplace; impressive Renaissance artwork hangs on the walls; and stone arches lead through to the staircase in the hallway.
  • Also on the ground floor is the library, which has a 40-inch LCD TV, bookcases lined with classic novels, and a selection of board games.
  • The ground floor kitchen is a bright, cosy space, with cherry-coloured cabinets, a pink-marble splashback and state-of-the-art appliances. These include a steel cooker and grill, matching pots and pans, a microwave, crockery and cutlery. The kitchen also has a washing machine and a Nespresso coffee-machine.
  • Double doors lead from the kitchen to the dining room, which has a long wooden table and tartan-covered chairs; large French windows let in plenty of light.
  • The ground floor also has a powder room.
  • In the next door pool house (all on one floor), there’s a spacious living room with a fireplace; the space is furnished with comfortable sofas and chairs in warm colours.
  • Also in the pool house, there’s a bathroom with a shower and Ferragamo bath products.
  • The Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco hotel is closed between 27 November and 12 April. Villas rented during this period will have a delivery of welcome groceries; two hours’ daily housekeeping; breakfast cooked in the villa (on request and for an extra charge); concierge service between 9am and 5pm; free newspaper app for Android and Apple devices; free WiFi and 24-hour security. Winter activities on the estate (at an additional cost) include wine tasting and tours of the winery, and access to the golf club.

Villa highlights

  • Private pool and tennis court
  • Large gardens
  • Furnished pool house

Sleeping arrangements

  • All of the five bedrooms are in the main house.
  • All the bedrooms (apart from the single room, which only has a shower) have an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub, a walk-in shower and Ferragamo bath products.
  • On the ground floor, there’s a double bedroom with a king-size bed dressed in luxurious linens; there’s also a walk-in wardrobe. French windows lead out into the garden.
  • Also on the ground floor is a single bedroom with an extra-wide single bed; this cosy room has large windows and is decorated in warm colours.
  • On the first floor is the master bedroom, which has a king-size four-poster bed; a walk-in wardrobe; and a red-and-white-checked footstool and chairs.
  • The double bedroom next door has a king-size bed, wooden furniture and views of the surrounding golf course and vineyards.
  • The twin bedroom (also on the first floor) has twin single beds with striped, white-cotton headboards, dressed in red-chintz linens. Two large windows make the room feel bright and airy.
  • Extra beds can be added on request; call the Smith24 Team for details.

Key kit

  • Flatscreen TVs in all bedrooms.
  • Free WiFi throughout.
  • Smartphone-enabled sound-system.
  • iPod dock.
  • Coal barbecue, on request.
  • Air-conditioning throughout.
  • Two hours of housekeeping and turndown service daily.
  • Welcome groceries on arrival.
  • In-villa breakfast service.
  • Access to the hotel's kids club.
  • Access to a free newspaper app for Android and Apple devices.
  • Access to the hotel's spa.

Poolside

  • The 98sq m private infinity pool has views of the vineyards and golf course, and is surrounded by a stone seating area with sunloungers and rust-coloured parasols.

Grounds

  • The enormous, lavender-scented gardens are comprised of a lawn; a terrace by the pool house (dotted with white-cotton-upholstered sofas and shaded by a wooden pergola); and a second terrace with a dining table and chairs outside the main house.
  • There’s also an alfresco dining area – with a round table and wrought-iron chairs – at the edge of the property, with panoramic views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside.
  • The villa has a private tennis court, and a working, wood-firing pizza oven.
  • There’s space for six cars in the private car park.

Location

  • Villa Sant’ Anna is around two-and-a-half kilometres (a five-minute drive) from the little village of Borgo. The villa is perched on a ridge overlooking the hotel’s golf course and the Sangiovese vineyards.
  • Florence is the nearest international airport, a 90-minute drive from the villa. It’s well served by most airlines, including British Airways.
  • The historic heart of the estate, Borgo is dominated by the ruins of a medieval castle with the same name. Visit the church of San Michele Arcangelo; the historic manor house; the old winery and the stables.

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