Looking for a great Castelnuovo Berardenga luxury resort? Castelnuovo Berardenga is a small village in southern Chianti Classico, a province of Siena in Tuscany, Italy. The area is known for the hills and valleys.
There are 3 beautiful resorts in the middle of Wine Country and surrounded by history and great food.
Located in the "heart of Chianti", this resort is 6 Km from Castelnuovo Berardenga and an hour by car from Florence. It is surrounded by rows of vines and olives.
The restaurant is said to be one of the star attractions of the hotel. It serves local traditional dishes with fine ingredients. The wine list is extensive with over 500 labels.
include tennis courts, a putting and pitching green, pool, gym,
mountain bikes and botanical trails. The Health Centre offers
Wine Therapy to relieve stress and for skin treatments (and not by just drinking it).
There are 43 rooms and suites decorated in typical Tuscan style and are furnished with hand-crafted antique furniture.
You can stay in the main palazzo or in the Medieval houses. Some rooms have views of the Chianti hills while others look out onto the stone-built hamlet.
This resort has been listed by Travel + Leisure. Other reviewers said it is perfect if you're looking for an out of the way historic Tuscan property. It's very relaxing and an old village taken completely over by the hotel. There are some fantastic restaurants a short drive away.
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This boutique hotel is situated on a country estate dating from the 13th century in the Chianti countryside.
Amenities include a gym, indoor pool (with country views), sauna, Turkish bath and an outdoor pool. The hotel offers a range of beauty treatments.
The Lounge Bar has evening piano music and you can arrange trips to Florence, Siena and through Wine Country with the hotel.
There are 2 dining options: La Colonna is a modern, rustic-style restaurant serving traditional Tuscan dishes. L'Orto delle Monache is a seasonal restaurant serving light snacks and grilled meats and fish.
The 25 guestrooms feature modern Tuscan decor with terracotta-tiled floors and wooden beams. All include air conditioning, satellite television with pay movies, wireless Internet access and desks. Bathrooms are complete with bathrobes, slippers and hair dryers.
Reviewers say that it's a treasure that's still undiscovered. They pay great attention to detail, the restaurant is fantastic and it's a true 5 star experience.
Part of a small 19th century village, this 3-4 star resort is located in the Chianti hills and surrounded by the green Siena hills.
There's a swimming pool with a large solarium, a tennis court and a garden perfect for relaxation. The restaurant "Il convito di Curina" uses fine ingredients and is perfect for wine-lovers.
Stables are 15 km away while golf is 9 km away.
The rooms and suites have authentic antiques as well as reproductions and traditional fabrics. They have the modern conveniences of air conditioning, a fridge, safe and TV.
Reviewers say it's very clean, has beautiful views, staff are welcoming and helpful, had a huge bathtub (which may be hard to find in Italy), it's peaceful and one person said it felt like a hunting lodge (in a good way).