Villa San Luigi is located amongst the rolling hills of Tuscany
Originally designed by one of Siena’s most renowned architects in the 16th century, the beauty of this villa has been added to over the centuries. Its most recent renovation has transformed it into a quintessential destination for rest and leisure under the Tuscan sun.
Step into the arched doorways and be embraced by stylish elegance and rustic ceilings. This residence is fully equipped with all the modern-day luxuries and can welcome parties of up to 14 guests. With seven tastefully decorated bedrooms, an expansive terrace, a custom-built kitchen, and a dining table built for royalty, this grand home promises a one-of-a-kind experience.
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The glorious travertine infinity pool is perfect for cooling down on a hot summer’s day or taking a relaxing swim with views over the private lake. The outdoor features like the external kitchen, gas-fired BBQ and pizza oven are all wonderful for entertaining or enjoying an evening in.
Be enticed by the luster of the infinity pool overlooking the estate’s private lake or lounge under the Tuscan sun on the fabulously furnished terrace.
Enjoy the open-air while cooking your meals in the superb outdoor kitchen equipped with a gas-fired BBQ, pizza oven, refrigerator, and icemaker.
From the famous Brunello vineyards of Montalcino, the Vino Nobile of Montepulciano to the Chianti region north of Siena and the Super-Tuscans of Bolgheri, this is the land
of the Sangiovese grape. Vineyard tours and wine tastings can be organized at both world-renowned wineries and smaller boutique vineyards.
Spend a day in Florence, the heart of the Renaissance, with its famous museums and art galleries, and have a typical Florentine lunch in one of many trattorias.
Whether you are a serious road cyclist imagining yourself competing in the Giro d’Italia, or a casual mountain biker, the terrain around San Luigi offers cycling options for everyone.
Take a guided helicopter tour over the picturesque Tuscan hills, and stop for a traditional lunch at a local countryside restaurant.
As the saying goes, ‘all roads lead to Rome’, and the ancient Via Francigena pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome passes through Buonconvento before winding its way towards Montalcino and San Quirico, providing guests with an opportunity to tread the same path used by pilgrims for thousands of years.
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