Surrounded by rolling hills, sweeping valleys, vineyards and olive groves, Belmond Castello di Casole is set in a beautifully restored castle originally owned by the noble Bargagli family of Siena.
Belmond Castello di Casole is alive with history. The site is deeply rooted in its agricultural past stretching back to the Bronze Age; artefacts from Etruscan farmers have been found across the grounds and are now on display at the hotel. The castle itself dates back to the 10th century.
Belmond Castello di Casole is one of the largest private landholdings in all of Italy. Two grand cypress-lined lanes ascend to the enchanting historic main building, with restored farmhouses dotted among the 4,200-acre estate. It’s a world of sensational food, world-class wine and laidback luxury.
The 39 luxurious rooms and suites embrace a range of styles. Choose from classic Tuscan suites within the castle to contemporary Italian accommodation overlooking the olive grove. Enjoy the outdoor heated infinity pool, three exceptional dining spaces, a spa and fitness centre
and an array of activities around the estate, including hiking, biking, wildlife walks, ceramic classes and wine tasting tours and experiences.
Head out from Belmond Castello di Casole and find endless things to do in Siena, Italy, and the surrounding hill towns. Spring and summer in Tuscany are full of green grass and flowers in bloom, perfect for biking or Vespa rides to the hill towns. Autumn is just as magical thanks to olive and grape harvests. Hunt for truffles and mushrooms, set off on winter winery tours, and uncover the region’s history. Every season promises magical memories.