Locanda dell’Amorosa Tuscany, Italy

“Former Renaissance hamlet, turned luxury boutique hotel. A Romantic spot with beautiful bedrooms, locally-sourced gourmet cuisine, and charming wine bar. Relax by the pool or explore the surrounding in the Tuscan Hills and historical towns. ”

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“Set in rolling countryside and occupying a whole Renaissance hamlet complete with tiny chapel, the Amorosa is one of Tuscany’s most captivating hotels. The bedrooms are beautifully appointed, there is a fine restaurant and service is professional yet discreet. The grounds are lovely too.”

Written by  Nicky Swallow

They say

“Once upon a time, in the XIVth century, there was a small village called Amorosa... we have turned the ancient stables into a restaurant; filled the old cellars with a careful selection of wines and placed guest rooms in the manor. In this way the Locanda dell'Amorosa came into being, an oasis of country peace among the rolling Sienese hills that look down on the Chiana Valley. The ideal sojourn in the heart of one of the most fascinating areas of art, culture and landscape. In the area around the Locanda dell'Amorosa are Siena, Arezzo, Perugia, the Val d'Orcia with Pienza, Montepulciano and Montalcino, the producers of the great Tuscan wines, superb extra virgin olive oil; the fascinating "clay hills" of Siena with San Giovanni d'Asso's precious white truffles.The location exudes an atmosphere of true serenity and sweetness and anyone exposed to it will be awestruck. Perhaps this feeling has been instilled by the generations that have loved and respected this village. Perhaps it is because in the last seven hundred years of existence it has changed owners only once. Each room has its own character and design. Rustic furniture of peasant origins is mixed with antique furniture, prints and paintings. Some, that open directly to the outdoors give the sense of having a place of one's own; others have a relaxing view of the typical Sienese countryside; yet other look out onto the complex's quadrangle and face the lodgings the peasants at one time inhabited. In addition to the extensive garden maintained and reserved for the guests'use, the hotel is surrounded by its own farmlands, vineyards, olive orchards, woods, and well - cultivated plains of corn wheat and sunflowers, rendering an ideal environment for walks in the countryside. All of the rooms offer private baths, refrigerators, satellite TV, externally accessible telephones, air conditioning, and ample private parking.”

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Facilities

Car not required
Bar
Parking
Free parking on-site.
Towelling robes
Safe
Free wifi
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Outdoor dining
Sit-out Terrace
Wifi
Garden
Swimming Pool
Large pool with Tuscan views
Restaurant
Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Pet friendly
Prior warning needed, charges are applicable.
Satellite / Cable TV
Suites
Disabled access
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.
Air conditioning

Activities

Museums
Check out Torrenieri, the ancient fort with attached church and art museum.
Local markets
Food lovers should not miss out on the Museo del Tartufo. (Truffle Museum)
Learning
Delve into the history of the 13th century town, when Monticchiello was a military outpost for the Republic of Siena.
Great walks
You'll never bore of exploring the vineyards, olive groves and rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside.
Sights nearby
Check out nearby Montepulciano. the highest Tuscan town, a medieval settlement witha rich history.
Wine tasting
The lovely Osteria bar offers wine tasting accompanied with small bites.

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27 rooms from $312 per night

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Recommended for

Country Escape
Soak up the sounds and smells of Tuscany, a beautiful region known for its food, wine and stunning landscape.
Romantic Break
A 14th-century castle oozing romance from lush gardens of rambling roses, to chic suites and candlelight dinners.

Activities

Museums
Check out Torrenieri, the ancient fort with attached church and art museum.
Local markets
Food lovers should not miss out on the Museo del Tartufo. (Truffle Museum)
Learning
Delve into the history of the 13th century town, when Monticchiello was a military outpost for the Republic of Siena.
Great walks
You'll never bore of exploring the vineyards, olive groves and rolling hills of the Tuscan countryside.
Sights nearby
Check out nearby Montepulciano. the highest Tuscan town, a medieval settlement witha rich history.
Wine tasting
The lovely Osteria bar offers wine tasting accompanied with small bites.

Other highlights

Quiet
Owner managed
Gourmet
Views
Free wifi
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Literary
Organic food
Romantic
Intimate
Chic
Historic
Self-sufficient medieval hamlet with its own chapel, turned boutique hotel.
Boutique
Artworks
Restaurant
Open daily for lunch and dinner.
Antiques
Pet friendly
Prior warning needed, charges are applicable.
Luxury
Charming
Traditional
Wellbeing
Disabled access
Child friendly
Children of all ages welcome.

Hotel size

27 rooms
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