- This romantic luxury Relais & Chateaux hotel in Tuscany is one of Italy’s great boutique retreats, with a Michelin-starred restaurant, acres of verdant grounds and a remit for self-sufficiency that even extends to its spa and bath products.
- Authenticity is at the heart of all we create from the food we grow on our farm through to the Michelin starred cuisine served at the gourmet restaurant Meo Modo by Andrea Mattei.
- Those looking for relaxation can indulge in treatments in the hotel’s spa and those after more action can enjoy the hotel’s facilities which include tennis, badminton, croquet, archery, yoga and bicycles.
- The gardens at this hotel are simply stunning and offer guests the perfect haven in which to relax.
- The Treehouse Bar offers sublime views over the surrounding countryside and is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail.
- Enjoy a wine, cheese, honey tasting or art lesson with the resident artist. Learn to craft gourmet Tuscan dishes with a cooking lesson. Horseback ride through the countryside or relax with a picnic in one of the several manicured gardens on the property.
- The location of the hotel is superb with Siena and Florence both under an hour away.
- Borgo’s concierge can arrange exclusive activities that suit your personal requirements such as wine tasting, cookery classes, truffle hunting all in the most breathtaking of Tuscan settings.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Delight in the renowned flavours of Chianti Classico as you take part in this specialised wine tour. Discover the wine production process and savour the tastings, enriching both your mind and palate.
Explore the city’s most famous landmarks with your private guide who will be able to bring these well known sights to life. Highlights include Cathedral Square and the iconic Duomo, the Accademia Gallery and the Ponte Vecchio.
Borgo Santo Pietro hosts a farmer’s market at the hotel every Monday evening. This event is open to non-guests, so it is a great way to integrate with locals and discover a little more about Tuscan culture.
Indulge in the ultimate in Italian luxury with a fly-drive tour like no other. Travel in style in a Ferrari, as well as a private helicopter, as you make your way between outstanding Tuscan wineries.
Take to the skies in a fantastic hot air balloon flight as you take in the spectacular views of the Tuscan countryside. For an unforgettable experience enjoy a private flight and create truly special memories.
Spend a fun and informative day learning about the regional specialities of Tuscany. Test your cooking skills and choose from a variety of classic Italian dishes to attempt for yourself under the tutelage of a skilful chef.
What better way to experience the romance of the Tuscan countryside than on the back of a Vespa? Our concierge can provide you with a pair of classic wheels and a pre-programmed satellite navigator, so that if the local beauty lures you off-track you’ll soon find your way back.
Learn to fire an arrow with an archery instructor or test your skills with a traditional game of bocce at the custom-made court in the grounds.
Experience a touch of Borgo Santo Pietro’s medieval past with a spectacular falconry display. Used for centuries to hunt quarry, these magnificent birds of prey are brought to Borgo by expert handlers, who introduce guests to each avian personality and teach the basics of falconry.
See our ‘farm to plate’ philosophy in action on a tour of our 200-acre, organically cultivated estate or go behind the scenes to learn about the history and vision of our 13-acre gardens and meet the green thumbs at work.
Learn the art of flower-arranging with our in-house florist, beginning with a stroll through our 13-acre gardens to gather seasonal blooms before returning to create floral displays at the florist’s cottage hidden away amongst the gardens.
This stunning boutique Relais & Chateaux hotel located in the heart of the Tuscan countryside exudes charm and history. The lovingly converted 13th century villa, the centre of the property, offers guests a luxurious haven in which to relax and unwind. This luxury property is just 30-minutes from the centre of Siena and just over a 1-hour drive from Florence. Surrounded by 13 acres of gardens this hotel really offers seclusion and relaxation in the most enchanting setting.
The 20 rooms are spread between the main Villa and a separate building housing the Garden Suites just a 2-minute walk away. The interiors are in-keeping with the origins of the building, walls are adorned by paintings and tapestries and beautiful antique pieces can be found in rooms and the public areas. Authenticity is at the heart of all we create from the food we grow on our farm through to the Michelin starred cuisine served at the gourmet restaurant Meo Modo by Andrea Mattei. Those looking for relaxation can indulge in treatments in the hotel’s spa and those after more action can enjoy the hotel’s facilities which include tennis and badminton court. Croquet, archery, yoga and bicycles are all available to guests.
Each of the hotel’s 20 rooms is unique, and all are spacious. Every suite at Borgo Santo Pietro conveys its signature luxury experience of exquisite furnishings and chandeliers, antique art, bespoke beds, well-appointed bathrooms and a propinquity with nature. Whether the choice be a classic suite in the main 12th century villa, a more exclusive suite with garden, or a seclusive villa with pool, the ethereal experience is designed for 5 star gratification and service.
Sir Vincent Deluxe Room
Located in the main villa with western views overlooking the formal gardens below and the hill-top town of Chiusdino in the distance, Sir Vincent exudes a sense of serenity. With its floor-to-ceiling murals of the pastoral Tuscan landscape, the mood is cosy and compact. Its drop-down antique secretary writing desk, reading chair, window seat and deep bath inspire a classic retreat in which to enjoy the tranquility of the environs.
San Galgano Deluxe Room
Adorned with its rich upholstery and decorous hand-painted mural of the life of San Galgano, this handsome room takes inspiration from the medieval knight-cum-hermit whose miraculous ‘sword in the stone’ is embedded at the nearby Chapel of Montesiepi. Located in the main villa, this light-filled room facing east towards the main entrance with its century-old olive tree, evokes quietude and reflection. Its limestone-clad bathroom creates a sense of natural restfulness in which to cloister oneself in the generously sized bath bordered by double windows to view the eastern fields beyond.
Giardin dè Fiori Superior Room
With its imposing double sets of windows overlooking the villa’s formal flower gardens, this delicately hued room pays homage to the grace and aroma of nature. A luminous and soft energy suffuses its halcyon interior with floral and vine motifs, elegantly curved furniture, French carved stone fireplace, and an antique writing desk, to further inspire deep reflection and thoughts to journal. The freestanding roll-top bath in the chandelier-clad bathroom invites a refreshing and indulgent soak while admiring the northern views from the large window.
Via del Pellegrino Junior Suite
Greeted with soft lavender scents and tinkling sounds of the garden fountain below, this is a room where the modern-day pilgrim can seek silence and refuge in the most beautiful of places. Its large fresco pays homage to the origins of the villa whereby medieval travellers on their way to Rome and the Holy Land sought recuperation and healing within Borgo Santo Pietro’s walls before venturing to San Galgano. Infused with a warm light, this corner suite overlooks the formal gardens below to the west.
Rinaldo di Sorciano Suite
Entering through French doors at the villa’s courtyard, this suite is named after the thirteenth-century local parish priest who, according to popular history, gave Borgo’s onsite church to the Cistercian monks at the Abbey of San Galgano. This stately suite gleams with its inlaid wood furniture, elegant seating area, oil portraits, frescos, an open marble fireplace, heraldic motifs and French doors and windows on three sides. The light-filled interior emanates a feeling of noblesse with all with the comforts of modern day style. This extends to the elegant bathroom, which features a double vanity carved in rare dark marble and a freestanding claw foot tub.
Studio Badia Junior Suite
A handsome haven in which to attempt some serious reading or to sink into its quiet luxury, Studio Badia offers a meditative sanctuary of well-earned downtime. Its views overlook the formal flower gardens to the north with two proportional windows. Adorned with a wall of bookshelves filled with old embossed books, framed historical maps, portraits of famous scholars, a writing desk, a rare Bordeaux marble fireplace and Baroque-style sofa, the essence of this room is warm, rich and grounded.
Valle Serena Suite
With its four imposing windows, this elegant suite overlooks panoramic views of the aptly named Valle Serena (Serene Valley) with its soothing palette and deeply restorative atmosphere permeating the room’s interior. In this opulent setting of tassels, velvet, paintings and silk, the invitation awaits to luxuriate in its chaise lounge by the window, to scribe away at its antique writing desk, or to quietly gaze at the wood burning marble fireplace from either its generous armchairs or from the in-room slipper bath. The Valle Serena provides a classic and nurturing haven for both body and psyche.
Il Vecchio Forno Suite
Located off the main entrance and on the site of the 800-year-old bread oven from which it takes its name, Il Vecchio Forno exudes a character unlike any other suite. With its high beamed ceilings and its large proportion it exudes spaciousness. Views from the magnificent sweeping Valle Serena immediately greet you as its two large French doors welcome you to its large private terrace. Beautifully restored original stonework flanks its walls, lending a strong feeling of nature and balance. Il Vecchio Forno features a glassed in working fireplace in its former cavernous oven which is viewed from the large bed. It has its own kitchen area, a separate WC and sink, a shower room with basins.
Santo Pietro Grand Suite
Presiding over the full south wing of Borgo Santo Pietro’s thirteenth-century villa, the Santo Pietro offers a magnificent expanse of the countryside with uninterrupted views over the fields and vineyards of Valle Serena from its sweeping private terrace, stately windows and French doors. Nature and meditation merge as one here. A sumptuous living area with high beamed Cathedral ceilings, furnished with antiques, chandeliers and rich upholstered drapes, invites elegant repose by the blazing fire or curled up on a chaise longue whilst looking over the valley. Up its stone carved stairs awaits a secluded mezzanine equipped with massage facilities enabling guests to enjoy a holistic therapy session without leaving the room.
La Mora Junior Garden Suite
The tranquility and classic elegance of La Mora will embrace any guest in need of a well-earned retreat in this private suite. Its interior exudes calm with its light luminous walls, the high white-washed ceiling beams, the French carved furnishings of gentle hue, the petite stone carved fireplace and its two sets of French doors on either side dressed in billowy curtains. Behind glass-paned doors, the claw foot bath in the middle of the bathroom beckons a relaxing soak. With natural light entering the suite from both the east and the west, the energy is soft and airy.
La Casa dell'Unicorno Garden Suite
Within the private garden suite, the beauty of La Casa dell’Unicorno is almost a magical meditation in itself similar to its namesake which derived from fictional legend describing Borgo Santo Pietro as the site of an enchanted unicorn garden. Lofty ceilings with exposed beams, twinkling chandeliers, hand painted unicorn images, a subtle palette of spring-like hues, a generous seating area around the fire and a four-poster bed create a dream-like experience in which to indulge. The sense of expansiveness in the suite extends beyond the spacious living area through two French doors, to the beautifully walled-in manicured private garden with its fireside patio dining under a chandelier-clad covered portico and a sumptuous Moroccan daybed.
L'Ulivo Junior Garden Suite
L’Ulivo exudes a perfectly balanced mood as the symmetrical arch in its entrance suggests and as the gentle colours of the Mediterranean’s beloved olive tree are delineated in the luxurious furnishings, beamed wood ceiling and stone floors. The graceful main room is proportional with a generous bed on one side and an elegant living area at the other end, with the refined fireplace in equal alignment with the two sets of French doors on either side. The natural Tuscan light arrives from both the east and the west reflecting off of the crystal chandelier.
Dea Feronia Garden Suite
Behind the wooden gate of this private garden suite, the elegant sanctuary of Dea Feronia awaits. Named after the Etruscan fertility goddess chosen as the patron deity of Borgo Santo Pietro’s estate, this is a place where one’s spirit can revitalize within its Tuscan enchantment. Immediately greeted by a chandelier entrance and enormous salon, the lavish textures, cushions and silks and a bespoke carved fireplace in creamy stone reflect the light and luster of this ethereal suite. The expansiveness continues to an enormous walk-in wardrobe and spacious bathroom with Travertine stone shower, double vanity and freestanding roll top bath.
Dina Ferri Garden Suite
Arriving at the private garden suite with its two sets of gates opening into a secluded courtyard, Dina Ferri proffers complete solitude. Named in honour of renowned local ‘shepherdess poet’ Dina Ferri (1908–1930), whose powerful words still evoke the spirit of place surrounding Borgo Santo Pietro and its Tuscan environs. Its four sets of French doors allow the luminous energy of nature to blend seamlessly with the spacious interior landscape of calming green and soft blue hues, a sweeping painted pastoral setting of the fields, a stone carved fireplace and creamy stone floors throughout. The private gardens on two sides envelop the suite in total privacy and silence.
Rosmarino Garden Suite
The private garden suite of Rosmarino is a well-appointed Tuscan retreat being defined by its rich tapestries, exposed stone walls, high arched wood ceiling, big slab stone floors, carved bed and hand-painted mural of bygone travelers who have crossed this land. The fire-side ruby-red chaise lounge and sitting chairs offer another opportunity to let the gentle embrace of the silence bring you complete relaxation in this private garden suite. Through the French doors of the suite, the secluded patio and private garden offers another opportunity to reflect either nestled in front of the outdoor fireplace or in glorious repose within the Moroccan day bed in the heart of the garden, fully enclosed with trees, hedges, bushes, foliage and fields beyond.
Il Melograno Garden Suite
Named after the ubiquitous pomegranate whose travels, history and symbolism have been perpetuated throughout the Mediterranean, Il Melograno offers calm repose to any traveler where their inner spirit can be reborn and thrive. The well-appointed suite, with high beamed ceilings, features an intricately carved four-poster bed and Baroque-style furniture where guests can unfurl in front of the fireplace. Immediately adjacent to the bed are double glass-paned doors opening onto a freestanding slipper bath to create a sense of light and flow throughout. To the west are two sets of double French doors leading out to a private garden and an outdoor seating area beside a second external open fireplace. Here, guests can inhale the aroma of citrus plants whilst unwinding on the sun lounges, letting the silence sink in.
Basilico Garden Suite
Greeted by the ornate French chandelier hanging from the wood beamed ceiling and layers of earthy texture, this private garden suite defines relaxed sumptuousness. With its exposed stone walls, flagstone floors, carved wooden furniture and rich upholstery, the corner suite exudes all things real. Whether it be gazing at the fire from the red velvet chaise lounge, or soaking in the clawed bath reflecting upon its chandelier above, the suite delivers the opportunity of authentic repose. Outside the double French doors of this suite, the covered terrace and private garden provide a contained sanctuary of their own, with a lounge suite pulled up snugly to an open fireplace, an outdoor breakfast table and a well-crafted Moroccan day bed offering a cushioned haven in the midst of the garden.
La Casa dei Fiori Bianchi Pool House
Designed as two separate suites that can be connected internally via the garden to form a single complex, each suite inside La Casa dei Fiori Bianchi Pool House is endowed with its own magnificent terrace and entirely private 36 m2 saltwater pool fitted with a jacuzzi and cascade for a touch of hydrotherapy massage. Bordering the historical Pilgrims’ Path, each suite’s interior pays homage to the Knights Templar, who protected medieval pilgrims en route to the Holy Land, becoming ambassadors for cultural exchange, as evidenced in the villa’s aesthetic touches of medieval artworks, blazons painted above the fireplace and medallions carved in its stone surround. Through double rod-iron gates, the utmost level of privacy and ultimate retreat is maintained in the elegantly constructed La Casa dei Fiori Bianchi.
Maggiorana Garden Suite
Within the elegant private garden suite, awaits a retreat of rich warm hues, stone walls, heavy oak beamed ceilings, flagstone floors, a carved four-poster bed, antique chests and stone-surround fires. The Maggiorana Suite exudes a sense of rustic grandeur and well-grounded energy. Beyond the suite’s double sets of French doors awaits the private garden which is walled and hedged in by variegated shrubs, complete with an outdoor fireplace and lounge suite on its private patio and an indulgent sanctuary on the shaded Moroccan day bed on the lawn. The room’s writing desks and well-appointed seating area and spacious bathroom further add to this haven of understated luxury.
Our absolute farm-to-table dedication to organic and zero kilometre produce and sustainable living is fully embraced at Borgo – we have termed it beyond organic. With our top-notch team of Michelin star chefs, gardeners, local farmers and producers, we aim to deliver the best of Tuscan cuisine to your table. Our boutique wine selection embodies the same traditional principles of quality and discernment.
Drinks are served all day and night at the long outdoor wooden bar at the Trattoria Sull’Albero or at its inside bar with relaxed fire-side seating. Guests can also imbibe in something cool at the freshwater infinity pool or in the shady green seating area being serenaded by the soft sounds of the waterfall.
Meo Modo Restaurant
Our Michelin-starred restaurant Meo Modo is housed in the luxury Tuscan relais Borgo Santo Pietro. It offers an innovative farm-to-plate dining experience that allows guests to enjoy the freshest ingredients harvested from the onsite kitchen gardens. With an approach firmly rooted in native Tuscany, our restaurant continues to experiment and play with new ideas to transform locally-grown vegetables, artisan cheeses, sustainably-raised meats and freshly-caught fish into simple yet groundbreaking dishes.
Meo Modo hosts a wine cellar that showcases nearly 1500 boutique and prestigious labels from both Tuscan and Italian producers, whose passion for wine and time-honoured techniques faithfully reflect the terroir in which each wine is produced.
Trattoria sull'Albero Restaurant
Designed around a large spreading oak tree with rustic interiors that evoke an elegant expansive tree house, our Trattoria Sull’Albero (meaning treehouse) offers a laid-back lounge and dining ambience overlooking the fields and forests of the Valle Serena. Inside, the light-filled interior evokes the feeling of dining in an immense treehouse, with table settings beneath the oak boughs, exquisite wood detailing and trailing plants overhead. Exposed beams, studded leather armchairs and a rough-hewn wooden bar create an elegantly rustic and laid-back atmosphere, ideal for enjoying a traditional Tuscan meal by the fire or a glass of wine on the terrace.
Borgo Santo Pietro’s cavernous cellar, situated below our thirteenth-century villa, plays host to nearly 1250 prestigious and boutique labels which line its walls. Years of ‘walking the vineyards’ and sampling various wines have guided us to build a wine list that is greatly inspired by Borgo’s commitment to authentic production. This is why you won’t find many mainstream wines or winemakers on our list, as we choose what we love and, most importantly, those that uphold the traditions, history and culture of winemaking.
At Borgo Santo Pietro, the day starts with a delicious, seasonal breakfast that has become a favorite among our hotel guests. Served daily from 8.30 am to 11 am, it features an extensive buffet of farm-fresh dishes. Organic cheeses, eggs and fruits from our organic farm are part of the daily offering on our breakfast table. Breakfast is served in the open-plan Tuscan kitchen on the ground floor.
The hotel offers a holistic spa, pool, tennis, badminton, cooking school, a 200-acre organic farm, vineyards, and 13-acres of manicured gardens.
Resonating with its healing origins of medieval times, Borgo Santo Pietro once again renders its curative therapies within its boutique spa, offering a discerning selection of classic spa treatments. At this luxury spa hotel in Tuscany, every day is a ritual which ensures a total five sense immersion of health and well-being for the mind, the body and the spirit. Enfolded within the Borgo estate, this luxury wellness retreat is a haven of healing. From beginning to end, the client is encouraged to unwind, to luxuriate in the treatments and to savour its cathartic ambience in one of the most beautiful luxury spa hotels in Tuscany.
In the summer months, guests can cool off in the hotel’s large infinity pools which overlook the surrounding countryside.