Stay within the hotel’s original 13th century villa which offers eight rooms and themed suites – each individually designed – with stunning views over the formal gardens or surrounding countryside. A handful of garden suites offer ultimate seclusion without compromising on the attentiveness of the hotel’s staff.
Hoteliers Jeanette and Claus Thottrup spent seven years building, growing, and nurturing Borgo Santo Pietro, before opening its doors in 2008. The estate now comprises an organically-cultivated working farm; an artisan cheese dairy; extensive culinary gardens; medicinal healing garden; and two vineyards. The hotel’s all-natural skincare line, Seed to Skin, can be found in every room and its body range is made from sheep’s milk from the hotel’s very own flock.
The Pool House at La Casa dei Fiori Bianchi comprises two separate suites that can be enjoyed separately, or connected internally via the garden to form one single complex. Each suite has its own terrace and an entirely private 390ft2 saltwater pool.
How to spend your time
Make the most of the hotel’s organic produce with a cooking class at Borgo Cooking School; learn how to paint with the property’s resident artist; enjoy the healing properties of nature at the Borgo Spa, and the hotel’s intentionally designed gardens. Then, when the day grows old and the sun starts to set, enjoy a late dinner at Michelin-starred Meo Modo, showcasing the freshest ingredients in dishes that are time-honoured and simple.
Fall in love with
Unsurpassed attention to detail, welcoming service, and unique experiences in a setting that’s both luxurious and comfortable. Discover “The Borgo Experience.”
Expect the unexpected
The hotel’s healing medicinal garden grows the herbs and flora that are dried and distilled into the teas and essential oils you can experience at the Borgo Spa. For dinner, you can’t miss Trattoria Sullabero, a laid back, farm-to-table experience with tables that wrap around a large, spreading oak tree that sits majestically in the middle of the room.
The best time to visit
Experience the beautiful gardens in full bloom in late spring; enjoy autumn’s bounty, including the first sip of Borgo Santo Pietro’s wonderful estate wines. The property is closed from October 31 – May 15.
More to experience with Querido
Enjoy the spirit of the city at Villa Cora in Florence for a few nights before driving through the Italian countryside to Borgo Santo Pietro.
How to get there
Florence (FLR) airport is approximately 80 minutes away; Pisa (PSA) airport is approximately 120 minutes away.