Welcome to Villa Castiglione, your Impruneta “home away from home.” Villa Castiglione aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at Villa Castiglione offer a minibar, air conditioning, and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A concierge, room service, and a picnic area are some of the conveniences offered at this guest house. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Villa Castiglione, free parking is available.
If you like barbeque restaurants, Villa Castiglione is conveniently located near Ristorante I Tre Pini, Ristorante Il Chichibio, and La Bianchina.
Should time allow, Piazza Buondelmonti is a popular historic site that is relatively easy to get to.
Villa Castiglione puts the best of Impruneta at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
My wife and I spent one night at Villa Castiglione on our way back to France. The room was basic yet very comfortable. We ate our evening meal at Villa Castiglione with my wife having the duck breast and I had the beef filet. Both meals were excellent and the wine suggested by our server was perfect for our meal. The stay included breakfast and it was wonderful. There were choices of croissants, cereals, toast, cheese, prosciutto, clementines, yogurt and three different kinds of juices. The server made us cafe au laits and they were great as well. I definitely recommend a stay at Villa Castiglione.
Really hospitable staff, great mentality and very professional. They really go out of their way to make the stay as comfortable as possible. Great view as well. Very flexible and close to firenze. Will come again
My partner and I stayed here for two nights recently, it's position above Florence is sensational, mind blowing even. The accommodation itself was good and our two night stay was unbelievable. Taxi fares into Florence itself were expensive, but the hotel location more than made up for that. Highly recommended.
My cousins and I stayed here Tues-Thurs in early June. It was very quiet, and there was minimal staff. When we finally arrived slightly late on Tuesday night, there was no one at the front desk, but we saw a family finishing dinner on the patio on the back. We finally flagged down the server to ask about reception and it turned out he was also manning the front desk. He was very kind in juggling both tasks, but don't expect someone constantly at your disposal like at a hotel. There are only 2 floors, but there is no lift. The rooms are spacious and well appointed. The only thing missing though was a rug. When the 5 of us gathered in a room to chat, it echoed very loudly with no carpet or rugs in the room. Beds were super comfy, except for an extra bed which was a pullout. None of us could sleep on it and though we were charged 25 euros a night for it, no one used it. We had an AMAZING dinner at the restaurant on the property. You must get their signature T-bone steak - one can feed 2-3 people and it is delicious. Everything we had was great, in fact, including the wine recommended by our gracious waiter. Breakfast was also wonderful. A large spread of pastries, cereals, fresh juices, coffee, tea, scrambled eggs, various cured meats, cheeses etc. I woke up excited every morning to have breakfast downstairs. The pool was lovely, though it was a little too cool to swim and the mosquitos were rampant. We enjoyed sunsets each evening on the patio. I would love to come back with my S.O. as it's an incredibly romantic, secluded, yet a short drive to town and to all the attractions in Florence.…
This was a lovely old convent now a small hotel and restaurant. We drive there to have dinner out of the beating path and found ourselves in a beautiful old monastery turned into a modern version of a hotel/ restaurant. The service was very personal and the food was topical Tuscan cuisine. It is worth the drive.