Medieval Castle Tuscany
The Castle is set in Val D’Orcia, southern Tuscany, easy to reach from the airports of Florence and Rome and near many beautiful Tuscan destinations: Montalcino is just an hour away, Siena is an hour and a half away, and Florence is two hours of car.
This medieval castle built on the Tuscan hills has been masterfully restored and offers accommodation in its seven suites.
The warm tones of the castle walls are surrounded by a colourful garden, full of flowers in every season: white jasmines, yellow broom shrubs, blue lavender and rosemary, multicolour roses.
This secluded location is ideal for small parties looking for an intimate wedding celebration, or for larger groups wishing to celebrate with elegance and to enjoy the Tuscan countryside.
Civil ceremonies can be performed indoors (up to 80 guests) or in the castle gardens, catholic ceremonies can be performed in one of the lovely ancient churches of the many nearby villages.
Gorgeous garden terraces with magnificent views are the ideal location for a cocktail party, the garden can accommodate the wedding banquet and dancing floor. The indoor restaurant capacity is 80 guests.
Catering service offers a menu based on fresh and typical recipes, made with local and seasonal produce. Wedding meals are inclusive of cocktail hour with selection of Tuscan Canapés, 3 course meal, wedding cake, local wines, coffee and mineral water. The menu can be tailored on the needs of the guests.
The castle has seven suites, four of them overlooking the castle courtyard, while the other three are in outbuildings in the midst of a garden full of flowers. Each suite is decorated with a particular style.
Accommodation in the castle can be provided for 14 guests, 20 using additional beds. Minimum stay is 2 nights, 3 nights if the celebration requires the use of marquees or similar structures. Exceeding guests can be accommodated in the nearby b&bs.
The castle has a wellness center with sauna, steam bath and massages, and two outdoor pools.
In the castle’s estate grow vineyards and olive groves and they produce their own wines and organic oil. Wine tastings in the nearby Montalcino area can be organized to taste the renowned Brunello di Montalcino, one of Italy’s most known red wines.