Tuscany, Italy

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco Villa Stabbi

Price per night from$7,141.28

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Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR6,629.09), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.


Ferragamo-styled farmhouse


Traditional Tuscan estate





Founded by Massimo and Chiara Ferragamo, inheritors of the legendary Italian shoe dynasty, Villa Stabbi is as elegant and understated as its patrons: this centuries-old Tuscan casa pays homage to its ancient heritage with stone walls, tiled floors and beamed ceilings, offset with brightly hued cotton furnishings and updated with modern fixtures and fittings. There’s an expansive, intricately designed private garden, planted with oak trees and lavender bushes; and the heated infinity pool has panoramic views of the Unesco-listed Val d’Orcia. There’s plenty of room for your style-conscious clan here: the separate pool house and guest-house are both comfortably spacious, set away from the main villa. Nearby, the village of Borgo – now owned by the hotel Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco – has been authentically renovated with a spa, a fitness centre and two restaurants. 

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First Glance

  • This five-bedroom villa (524sq m) is spread over two floors. The traditionally Tuscan interiors (tiled floors, beamed ceilings and rustic, wooden furniture) lead out onto large gardens, including a private infinity pool.
  • On the ground floor in the main house is a spacious living room with a tiled floor and beamed ceiling; comfortable, red-patterned armchairs and sofas are grouped around a carved-wood Tuscan fireplace.
  • A stone archway from the living room leads through to the dining room, which has a large table, chairs and a wooden dresser.
  • The kitchen is a bright, cosy space, with wooden cabinets, a green-tiled 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.
  • There’s also a powder room on the ground floor.
  • The fully-furnished pool house (50sq m) has an extra living room with a fireplace, a tiled floor and a beamed ceiling; a caramel-coloured sofa and red armchairs sit around a glass coffee table. Arch French windows lead out onto a shaded terrace.
  • Also in the pool house is 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 infinity pool
  • Val d’Orcia views
  • Styled by the Ferragamo family

Sleeping arrangements

  • Four of the bedrooms are in the main house; the fifth bedroom is in the guest-house in the garden.
  • All the bedrooms (apart from the single room and the guest-house, both of which only have a shower) have an ensuite bathroom with a bath tub, a walk-in shower and Ferragamo bath products.
  • The single room is on the ground floor of the main house; it’s decorated in pale, neutral colours, and large windows let in plenty of natural light.
  • On the first floor of the main house is the master bedroom, which has a king-size, four-poster bed dressed in red-and-white linens. A red love seat sits at the foot of the bed, and polished wooden furniture is dotted around the room.
  • A second double bedroom on the first floor has a king-size, four-poster bed with white-and-olive-green linens. This cosy room has an orange-patterned armchair and footstool, and polished wooden furniture.
  • Also on the first floor is a twin bedroom, with two extra-wide single beds; the room has parquet floors and a beamed ceiling.
  • The fifth bedroom is situated in the guest-house (62sq m). This separate space has a king-size bed, wooden furniture and a private outdoor terrace, accessed through French windows.

Key kit

  • Flatscreen TV in the living room, pool house, and 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.


  • The 98sq m heated infinity pool is surrounded by a lush, green lawn and flowerbeds; a stone patio is dotted with sunloungers and rust-coloured parasols.


  • The enormous garden is comprised of a rolling lawn, shaded by tall oak trees and scented by the lavender bushes dotted here and there.
  • On the pergola-shaded terrace outside the main house, padded sofas and chairs with wrought-iron frames are grouped around a marble coffee table; there’s also a long table and chairs for alfresco dining.
  • An extra seating area by the pool house has a table and chairs, shaded by a wooden pergola. There’s also a working, wood-firing pizza oven.
  • The guest house also has its own terrace, with a table and chairs.
  • There’s space for four cars in the private car park.


  • The villa is situated on a picturesque ridge overlooking the Tuscan hills; the village of Borgo is three-and-a-half kilometres away.
  • Florence is the nearest international airport, a 90-minute drive from the villa. It’s well served by most airlines, including British Airways.
  • The ancient village of Borgo – now owned and authentically renovated by hotel Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco – has cobbled streets lined with restaurants, a spa, and historic sights. Visit the church of San Michele Arcangelo, which houses a fully-restored (and priceless) Pietro Lorenzetti fresco.

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