Set in Chianti’s hillside vineyards is Villa Serravalle, a 14thC historic property that once served as an Etruscan settlement, and later as a watch tower during the Renaissance. Delightfully, the remnants of the villa’s historic pedigree are preserved in the classic fireplaces, exposed stone, brick archways and then augmented with a few modern amenities to make any stay a truly high-end experience. When you’re not gliding through the 25-metre lap pool or taking a relaxing dip in the jacuzzi, there’s a bounty of other tranquil-minded activities to help you bliss-out. Conversely, the location of the villa makes it easy to venture out for day trips to the culture-rich cities of Florence or Siena. But with grand dining tables, tended gardens and a wood-fire oven at your disposal there’s really no rush to get beyond the gates.Spectacular Stays
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Who It’s For
Villa Serravalle is well-suited for families or groups of friends who are looking to enjoy a holiday or celebrate a milestone event.
In the heart of Chianti wine region
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Favourite Feature The home spa here is lovely—guests have access to gym equipment, a sauna, a Jacuzzi and an incredibly relaxing Turkish bath!
Our Tuscany adventure exceeded all of our (already very high) expectations. The accommodations, meals, route options, and equipment were all excellent. Above all, our guides were fabulous guides in every way—friendly, thoughtful, conscientious, and professional. They were great.—Bob Weaver
How to Get There
Your trip will likely begin in Florence since Villa Serravalle is one hour’s drive the city. Most transatlantic flights to Italy fly into either Milan or Rome, and Florence is readily accessible from either city.
There are daily flights from Rome or Milan to Florence’s Peretola Airport. Peretola is about 20 minutes from the centre of town (and the train station) by taxi.
You may also fly into Pisa and take a train to Florence, which takes about an hour. You would get from the Pisa airport to the train station using the high-speed PisaMover. Then, board the train to Florence (combined tickets for both the PisaMover and train to Florence are available at the airport Arrivals hall).
Activities & Amenities
Tucked among the vineyards of this iconic region, the villa’s own private grounds are the perfect place to take in the Tuscan countryside whether you are poolside, on the verandah or in the garden.
- Olive orchards
- Equipped kitchen
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Fire pit
- Flat screen TVs
- Nespresso machine
- Wine tasting room
- Outdoor wood-fired oven
- Air conditioning
- Indoor parking
- Towels & linens
Villa Serravalle also comes complete with staff and services, including:
- Maid service
In addition, you’ll have access to our talented team of Travel Advisors and Trip Designers who can help you coordinate, plan, build upon or expand your trip into an even grander journey.
Villa Serravalle houses 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms within the property’s stone walls. Eight of the bedrooms feature queen beds while the remaining two have double beds.
All rooms will vary slightly in size but you can expect consistency in the high ceilings, designer furniture, understated décor and, additionally, the added comfort of air-conditioning.
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