A late-1800 aristocratic Tuscan residence, completely renovated by the interior designer, Astrid Schiller Wirth
Villa 'Il Parco del Principe' is the latest design project of interior designer, Astrid Schiller Wirth. Astrid's eye for detail and creative passion are seen in this completely renovated neo-gothic structure, originally built in the late 1800s by an aristocratic Tuscan family. Her unique style and personal touches are evident throughout the two-storey building.
Other design projects completed by Astrid include the refurbishment of the Hotel Hassler in Rome with the completely redesigned Eva salon and the famous rooftop restaurant, Imago. She also designed The International Wine Academy of Rome also known as 'Il Palazzetto' at the top of the Spanish Steps. Villa il Principe enjoys an intimate setting and is the ideal place for vacations, reunions with family or friends, private meetings or wedding celebrations. The space can be adapted to meet your needs, whether an exclusive group booking, or a private bed and breakfast getaway.
The first floor of the main villa has four spacious double bedrooms, each with a private bathroom with bathtub and shower facilities and 1 romantic, luxurious honeymoon suite.
The second floor has two bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom, a large and spacious living room and well-equipped kitchen.
The top floor of the main villa boasts spa amenities including a sauna, steam room, gym, and massage room.
In the grounds of the villa is the 'La Foresteria', an apartment with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, an open fireplace, a living room and kitchen. These can be rented separately or together. The ideal location of the villa makes it the perfect setting to explore the finest produce of Tuscany.
Compulsory half-board service included (Continental Breakfast as well as Lunch OR Dinner – cost of food not included in either)
Main Villa - First floor:4 x double bedrooms, each with a private bathroom with bathtub and shower facilities
Second floor:2 x double bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom
Guest House:2 x bedrooms with two bathrooms.
Welcome to the Val D’Orcia: hills outlined by endless rows of cypress trees, majestic castles, thermal spa towns, tiny medieval villages surrounded by olive groves and wine cellars with oak and chestnut casks in which world-class wines are being aged.
The village of Montalcino, home to the famous Brunello di Montalcino, stands atop a hill covered almost entirely with vineyards and at its centre, signature examples of medieval architecture: the Palazzo Dei Priori and the wonderful Rocca fortress, built around the fourteenth century.
Pienza, not far from the estate, has been declared the “Heritage of Mankind” by UNESCO and is considered to be a city symbolic of the Italian Renaissance (as well as famous for its wonderful pecorino cheese).
Montepulciano, in this same area, is another charming village, known as the pearl of the sixteenth century and renowned for the production of wines such as Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. A few minutes from the Villa lies Chianciano Terme, a famous thermal spa town that dates to Roman times.
Town: 1 km (0.6 m) Chianciano TermeTown: 10 km (6.3m) MontepulcianoTown: 35 km (21m) MontalcinoTown: 90 km (54 m) SienaTennis: 1 km (0.6 m) In the estateEquestrian: 8 km (5 m)Borgo di CastelvecchioSpa: 6 km (3.6 m) Terme Di ChiancianoGolf: 39 km (24.6 m) Valdichiana SinalungaAirport: 144 km (90 m) Florence
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