TUSCANY – Le Dimore del Quartetto

Le Dimore del Quartetto

A440 IN TUSCANY, PIENZA (SI)

A440 in Tuscany was born from the love for Pienza and the Val d’Orcia and from the long experience in designing and managing elegant touristic venues related to Il Moro di San Giovanni wine production. A440 gives hospitality to who is looking for a moment of relax in the heart[…]

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BORGO SANT’AMBROGIO, TREQUANDA (SI)

The history of Sant’Ambrogio goes back as far as the 17th century, with the laying of the main building’s foundations. The southern and northern wings and the farm holding, as well as the restaurant and the meeting hall, date back to the beginning of the 20th century. In the 1700s, Borgo Sant’Ambrogio[…]

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CASA DELL’ABATE NALDI, SAN QUIRICO D’ORCIA (SI)

We find Casa dell’Abate Naldi in San Quirico d’Orcia, 40 km south of Siena along the route of the Via Francigena – the old pilgrim route to Rome- It was built in the XVII century by Matteo Naldi, senese physician, scientist and personal doctor of pope Alessandro VII Chigi. In[…]

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CASA MOLBENA, CORTONA (AR)

Surrounded by the enchanting Tuscan countryside, next to a large orchard, woods and terraces of olive trees, Molbena is the ideal place to fully relax in a luxuriant nature, away from the chaos and crowding, but still being a few minutes away from the artistic treasures of Cortona and the[…]

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CASA RASINA, CORTONA (AR)

Rasina is situated in a stunning position at 500 mt of altitude over the Tuscan hills of Cortona, which give the house a fantastic and unique panoramic view. Rasina is an ancient rural house that has been recently restored strictly using traditional materials, in accordance with the typical building typologies[…]

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CASTELLO DEL CALCIONE, LUCIGNANO (AR)

  The castle of Calcione has been in existence since the Xth century. The earliest records of Calcione are in a document of the State Archives in Siena, which mentions a contract (or some other transaction) drawn up in 984 “in castrum Calcionis”. As early as the XIth century, the[…]

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CASTELLO DI MONTALTO, CASTELNUOVO BERARDENGA (SI)

  Its rich history dating back over one thousand years, the Castle of Montalto lies in one of the loveliest and most unspoiled parts of the Chianti area in Tuscany, not far from Siena. Part of the castle and the houses surrounding it are offered directly by the owner as[…]

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CASTELLO DI SAN FABIANO, MONTERONI D’ARBIA (SI)

The Castello di San Fabiano is situated in the evocative region of Crete Senesi, just 12 kilometers south of Siena. It takes the form of a small village, comprised of a 12th-century tower, aristocratic villa, agricultural structures and a church built in 867 AD dedicated to St. Fabian, the pope[…]

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CASTELLO MONTELIFRÈ, SAN GIOVANNI D’ASSO (SI)

The name Montelifré probably derives from Lombard etymological origins, possibly Liutfrido or Lifredi. The first written documentation of the castle’s presence dates to before the year 1000 A.D. The first definitive documentation of the entire town, from the year 1213, states: “The heads of sixteen families of the land declared[…]

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CASTELLO SONNINO, MONTESPERTOLI (FI)

King Umberto I, Vittorio Emanuele III, poet Gabriele D’Annunzio and statesman Giovanni Giolitti were just some of the illustrious guests who stayed at Castello Sonnino in the early years of the twentieth century. The Castello di Montespertoli is located in an important strategic position, only 20 km from Florence, on[…]

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