Borgo Bersagliere

1 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms Sleeps 2 Tuscany
  • Bersagliere is just perfect for two people, it is a romantic retreat with luxury amenities.
    Bersagliere is just perfect for two people, it is a romantic retreat with luxury amenities.
  • Working fireplace in the spacious Bersagliere living room.
    Working fireplace in the spacious Bersagliere living room.
  • Antique writing desk in the living room corner.
    Antique writing desk in the living room corner.
  • Fully equipped country kitchen.
    Fully equipped country kitchen.
  • The courtyard of the Borgo estate welcomes you!
    The courtyard of the Borgo estate welcomes you!
  • Spectacular views from the shared swimming pool. Pool is open during summer months.
    Spectacular views from the shared swimming pool. Pool is open during summer months.
  • Country road, lined with cypress winds up a nearby hill. Inspiring!
    Country road, lined with cypress winds up a nearby hill. Inspiring!
  • Restful bedroom with windows overlooking the garden and olive orchards to one side.
    Restful bedroom with windows overlooking the garden and olive orchards to one side.
  • Bedroom view towards en suite bathroom.
    Bedroom view towards en suite bathroom.
  • Bathroom with both a tub and shower, sink, toilet and bidet.
    Bathroom with both a tub and shower, sink, toilet and bidet.
  • View from Bersagliere bathroom.
    View from Bersagliere bathroom.
  • Olive oil tasting can be arranged.
    Olive oil tasting can be arranged.
  • Special dining experiences possible for groups.
    Special dining experiences possible for groups.
  • Group dinners can be arranged for large families/friends.
    Group dinners can be arranged for large families/friends.
  • Formal English gardens at the main villa.
    Formal English gardens at the main villa.
  • Formal English gardens at the main villa, 10 min drive from property.
    Formal English gardens at the main villa, 10 min drive from property.
  • The estate produces several varieties of olive oil.
    The estate produces several varieties of olive oil.
  • Display of local olive oil ready for tasting.
    Display of local olive oil ready for tasting.
  • Vats of different olive oils.
    Vats of different olive oils.
  • Freshly picked olives being delivered to the press.
    Freshly picked olives being delivered to the press.
  • Enjoy delicious dinners at estate restaurant, 10 min drive. Open late March-October.
    Enjoy delicious dinners at estate restaurant, 10 min drive. Open late March-October.
  • Fresh vegetables are grown directly across the country road from the estate restaurant!
    Fresh vegetables are grown directly across the country road from the estate restaurant!

Enjoy

A stunning, vast estate in the unspoiled southeastern Tuscan countryside.
Unparalleled views characterize the Borgo estate comprised of several groupings of villas and apartments spread across over 2000 agricultural acres. The main building, a 10 minute drive from the Borgo properties, was once the private villa of the owners. The villa's formal English-style gardens date back to the 1920`s. This enchanting estate is in the Val d`Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Location

Picture-postcard views of rolling hills dotted with cypress trees. Excursions to the well-known medieval towns are easy, whether you enjoy wine-tasting, savoring the riches of Tuscan cuisine, hiking you can savor the best that Tuscany has to offer. Imagine a leisurely lunch and wine tasting in Montalcino, a visit to the Etruscan ruins nearby, back for a dip in the pool, cocktails at sunset and dinner at one of the many country restaurants nearby.


Exterior

This set of apartments is located in handsome stone building a 5-minute drive from the main road. A central courtyard is planted with a fragrant lime tree, lavender and roses. Patio furniture is in the garden during summer months. Self-service laundry room with washer, dryer on ground floor. 


Included in each apartment: Toiletries, hair dryers, dishwasher detergent, dish soap, laundry detergent. Mid-week change of bath towels. Basic grocery items, complimentary bottle of wine and olive oil. Map of local hikes and walks.


On request: Additional housekeeping. Welcome dinner. Gourmet cooking class. Activities: Pool. Tennis. Playground. Beautiful walks, both up into the oak and beech woods, and down into the crete senesi, the unique clay hillocks that characterize the Val d`Orcia landscape. In late July an outstanding chamber music festival, Incontri in Terra di Siena, is held at the Castelluccio. On site manager can advise you on restaurants, shopping, sight-seeing. Some of the most beautiful Renaissance, Romanesque, Medieval and Etruscan sites are close by, and in summer, digs for an Etruscan necropolis are ongoing in the field next to the main Borgo villa. On Request: Private guided tours of Tuscan treasures.Swimming in volcanic hot water pools. Riding in Val d`Orcia. Mountain biking.


Interior

The Bersagliere apartment is a spacious luxury apartment for two. A comfortably furnished living room with a working fireplace has two sets of windows. One set overlooks the courtyard, the other has views of the gardens and olive orchards. It is furnished with a loveseat, an upholstered antique setee and a comfortably armchair which are grouped around the fireplace.


The eat-in kitchen has a dining table, seating for four and is fully furnished with refrigerator with separate freezer compartment, 4-burner gas stove, electric oven, dishwasher, marble countertops, pots, pans and dishes.


The bedroom has high beamed ceilings, windows overlooking the courtyard and also the garden and orchards, antique armoire, dresser, chair. The attractive bathroom is en-suite, with fitted tub, shower, sink, toilet, bidet.


For larger parties the Bersagliere apartment can be connected via a private foyer to the Vespa apartment.


If you are looking at this property, then enjoy a wonderful moment of Italian culture by looking up a Fanfara dei Bersaglieri on YouTube. The Bersagliere are soldier's with truly amazing hats whose band doesn't march. NO! They run while playing their military music. Just do it now. It will make you happy.


Things To Note

Neighborhood: Val d'Orcia

Size: 969 square feet, 90 m2

Accessibility/Security: Approximately 15 steps to reach the apartment. There are no alarms for the pool, guests are fully responsible for safety of all.

Other: Check in 3:00 to 6:00pm.

Room Details

Room Beds Details
Bedroom Extra-Wide Queen (1) Extra wide queen bed (63in x 79in; 160cm x 200cm)
Bathroom (en suite) Shower, bathtub, sink and toilet

Borgo Bersagliere Floorplan

    Bathroom

    • Hairdryer

    Connectivity/Entertainment

    • WiFi
    • TV

    Heating/Cooling

    • Heating
    • No Air Conditioning
    • Portable Fan(s) Available Upon Request
    • Window Screens

    Kitchen

    • Fully Equipped
    • Coffee Maker
    • Dishwasher
    • Kettle
    • Oven
    • Stovetop
    • Toaster
    • Small Refrigerator

    Accessibility

    • 2nd Floor North American

    Kid/Family Friendly

    • High Chair
    • Travel Crib

    Laundry

    • Dryer
    • Washer

    Outdoor

    • Pool
    • Tennis Court

    Amenities

    • Pool
LEAVE A REVIEW
June 28, 2019 - Manual Entry

Absolutely loved staying at Borgo.

by Nancy F

We absolutely LOVED staying at Borgo. The Tiglio apartment was perfect for our family of 4, my husband and I and our 2 adult children. The setting was idyllic, could not have asked for a better introduction to the Tuscan countryside. The grounds are expansive and a swim in the pool was so refreshing. Our host was incredibly welcoming and so helpful to us in recommending restaurants, and even called around for us to book reservations. We were pleased to find in the kitchen, a welcome basket--bottle of wine, loaf of bread, meat and cheese and of course, olive oil from the estate. We were lucky enough to have the olive oil tasting dinner the first night we arrived. It was such a pleasure to meet the owner, and hear about the estate and the oils produced there. Our stay was much too short as we spent most days exploring the countryside, but it was so nice to come home to Tiglio at the end of the day. The whole time we kept talking about going back with extended family. I would highly recommend this property! We also booked another property with Italy perfect, which was also wonderful. I wouldn't hesitate to book any property through Italy Perfect. It was easy and perfect, start to finish!

June 15, 2019 - Website

Borgo Bersagliere Review

by Jim T
We loved our stay there, and Lorena, who was essentially our concierge, was delightful and so helpful. Traveling most of the day and arriving late in the afternoon, it was really nice to have the basics already on hand when we got there. We were invited to dinner onsite later that night with the other guests, and it was absolutely superb: some of the best pasta I’ve ever had in my life. It’s also very centrally located to some of our favorite Italian wine regions (Montepulciano, Montalcino).
May 10, 2019 - Website

Borgo Bersagliere Review

by Karen G
We had a lovely stay there. The staff was really wonderful and the apartment was very large and charming. The unit isn’t luxury in the classic American sense - more comfort, charm and character than pure luxury, but it was exactly what we were looking for and very comfortable. We always try to stay at places that are unique and allow us to feel like we are living there rather than staying in a hotel and this place is exactly that.It also has a lovely courtyard and beautiful grounds.
July 29, 2016 - Website

Borgo Bersagliere Review

by Marcie
Perfect information, perfect service, perfect vacation! I have lived in Rome, Italy for two years many years ago and have spent a great deal of time there. I found the Italy Perfect website, knowing exactly what I wanted. Italy Perfect was able to give me a great deal of detailed information about the rental apartment. Their notes prior to our leaving were extremely detailed and helpful. I will certainly return to them in the future. I am completely confident that anyplace rented through Italy Perfect will be...perfect!
June 30, 2015 - Website

Borgo Bersagliere Review

by Jennifer A.
We recently stayed at Borgo. Our family of 4 was in Beco and my mother stayed in Tiglio. Borgo is an extraordinary destination, and the apartments there are beautiful. They are located in a historic farmhouse on the estate, and are a lovely combination of old Tuscan feel and modern comforts. Our apartment was very comfortable, with a great kitchen and living areas. We were there in June and even though the weather had been very hot in Rome and Venice, it was so pleasant in the hills at Borgo, and we were amazed to be able to sleep with windows open at night. The estate has stunning views with olive orchards, woods and gardens. When combined with the views of the surrounding landscape – cypress trees, ancient hilltop towns and Monte Amiata in the distance – you feel as if you are in a movie. The staff at Borgo is gracious and welcoming, the food is wonderful, and the garden tour should not be missed. Finally, its location is perfect for day trips to any number of beautiful towns. We highly recommend Borgo for an unforgettable trip.

Base Nightly Rates – May Not Include Fees such as Greeting, Cleaning, Damage Waiver, Credit Card Processing and Tourist Taxes. For full price, please put in dates.

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Things to See & Do

Chianciano Terme (7 mins Driving)
Fellini loved this town famous for its thermal baths. The ancient defensive wall surrounds a historic castle, beautiful clock tower, museum with art from the renaissance times and an archeological museum.
Monticchiello (16 mins Driving)
In the heart of Val d'Orcia, this ancient village reflects its roots and its role as a stronghold for the Republic of Siena. An exhibition park below the medieval fortress is a nice wander and location of events. Several good restaurants invite you to return.
Montepulciano (18 mins Driving)
Top Tuscan town known for its eponymous wine, architecture from medieval times to the Renaissance.
Montalcino (40 mins Driving)
Brunello is the famous wine of Montalcino. In the breath-taking Val d'Ocia, it is also know for its unspoiled 16th century architecture from which the views are phenomenal. Seasonal concerts and festivals.
Valdichiana Outlet Village (40 mins Driving)
Designer shopping with discounts in a convenient location. Restaurants, wines, playground.
Lake Trasimeno (45 mins Driving)
Gathered around this lake in Umbria are several small towns, including an ancient town on an island. Take a boat to an island, walk the natural landscape rich with wildlife. Etruscans and Romans settled here. Famous for local olive oil, fish wine, vin santo, cheese and honey.
Orvieto (50 mins Driving)
Outstanding hilltown just north of Rome. Beautiful views over the plains of Umbria. A plethora of medieval palaces. One of the great cathedrals of Italy with famous art. Excellent wandering the traffic-free medieval streets. Dine and drink the famous local wine in one of the many wineries.
Cortona (60 mins Driving)
Beautiful hilltop Tuscan town. In addition to restaurants and shops, an Etruscan museum, an archeological park with ancient fortifications and stretches of Roman roads. Paintings by Fra Angelico.
Siena (75 mins Driving)
Called Italy's loveliest medieval city with cuisine, art, museums, churches and famous art. Unique medieval culture that is reflected in the twice annual Palio horse race that some call insane. Look for videos.
Assisi (95 mins Driving)
Wonderful hill town in Umbria. The birthplace of St Francis, the sights of his life and the massive cathedral are places of devotion and spiritual energy. Frescoes by famous artists including Giotto and Cimabue.
Florence (95 mins Driving)
Capital of Tuscany, home of the Renaissance. Architecture and art. Food and shopping galore.
Radda in Chianti (95 mins Driving)
Ancient village, long the headquarters of the Chianti League for wine. Wonderful wandering the streets, tunnels, views and restaurants with, of course, Chianti wine.
Greve in Chianti (105 mins Driving)
One of the great wine towns of Italy, famous for Chianti wine, fine shops and restaurants. The triangular main piazza with collonnades hosts wine-focused events and an organic farmer's market, check schedule. Art and history abound in this easy to visit town.
Rome (120 mins Driving)
The capital of Italy and the seat of the Roman civilization 2000 years ago.

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