Our lodging is designed for guests with different desires – from one or two people looking for a quiet retreat to those on vacation with a large family.
Borgo Pignano’s rooms, suites, maisonettes and villas (with private swimming pools) almost always can be tailored for particular needs.
Borgo Pignano’s eighteenth century villa is surrounded by gardens overlooking pristine landscapes of Tuscany that Renaissance artists such as Filippo Brunelleschi and Piero della Francesca, would still recognize.
Perched on a hilltop, the villa’s rooms offer views of olive groves, vineyards, fields, woods and ravishing sunsets.
The Maisonettes have been fashioned from the buildings near the main villa which once were homes for people who worked at Borgo Pignano until shortly after World War II.
They range in size from one to three bedrooms (all with en-suite bathrooms). Each features a small kitchen and comfortable living area.
Borgo Pignano has six villas of various sizes. They are available separately, but large families or groups of friends often choose to occupy two or three.
Each of the villas has a generous, heated swimming pool and comes with an electric buggy and, best of all, concierge service.
This house dates from the thirteenth century and is an architecturally significant building a few steps across the courtyard from the villa.Explore
Some of the works are by well-known modern and contemporary British artists while many have been made during residences by students and alumni of The Royal Drawing School, established by King Charles III.