Hotel della Fortezza Tuscany, Italy

“Dreams of staying in a castle come true with this 11th Century fortress, with views of terracotta rooftops and Tuscan landscape. Comfortable rooms with tiled floors, wooden beams and natural tones. Full to the rafters with character. Ideal location for exploring this truly magical part of Italy. ”

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“This remote corner of the Maremma is way off the worn tourist track, but it’s a fascinating area and there is somewhere comfortable and stylish to stay in the form of this hotel which occupies part of an 11th-century fortress. Views from the rooms are fabulous.”

Written by  Nicky Swallow

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Facilities

Car not required
Bar
Family Suites
Parking
Free parking on-site.
Towelling robes
Free wifi
Walking distance restaurants
Outdoor dining
Sit-out Terrace
Wifi
Pet friendly
Pets may stay for free with prior warning.
Restaurant
Continental breakfast and Tuscan cuisine.
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.
Sitting Room
Satellite / Cable TV
Suites
Disabled access
Room service

Activities

Museums
Be sure to check out the Aboca Museum, a seventeenth century facade and is flanked by the Church of San Rocco.
Trekking
Ask at the front desk about organising a hiking trip to Amiata Mountain, the spectacular views are well worth the climb.
Learning
Delve into the deep history of this fascinating fortified town, from Etruscan to Roman, Papist to Medici.
Great walks
Explore this hisotric town, owing most of its present beauty to Giuliano da Sangallo, Lorenzo de’ Medici’s own architect.
Sights nearby
A must see is the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Maggiore, which houses one of the most ancient pre-Romanesque ciborias.

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16 rooms from $134 per night

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Recommended for

Historic
Located inside the 11th Century Fortezza Orsini di Sorano fortress, an impressive display of mediaeval military architecture.
City Style
Set in the most ancient part of this mediaeval military fortress, with drawbridge, exposed wooden beams and antique furnishings.

Activities

Museums
Be sure to check out the Aboca Museum, a seventeenth century facade and is flanked by the Church of San Rocco.
Trekking
Ask at the front desk about organising a hiking trip to Amiata Mountain, the spectacular views are well worth the climb.
Learning
Delve into the deep history of this fascinating fortified town, from Etruscan to Roman, Papist to Medici.
Great walks
Explore this hisotric town, owing most of its present beauty to Giuliano da Sangallo, Lorenzo de’ Medici’s own architect.
Sights nearby
A must see is the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Maggiore, which houses one of the most ancient pre-Romanesque ciborias.

Other highlights

Family Suites
Quiet
Views
Wonderful views of the Etruscan Valley and hamlet of Sorano.
Free wifi
Romantic
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Outstanding location
Intimate
Pet friendly
Pets may stay for free with prior warning.
Antiques
Landmark
Boutique
Restaurant
Continental breakfast and Tuscan cuisine.
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.
Luxury
Charming
Traditional
Disabled access

Hotel size

16 rooms
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