A Tuscan Winter at Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

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Villa Sant’Anna sleeps nine and has a tennis court.

Villa Sant’Anna sleeps nine and has a tennis court.

Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco just became the “it” place to visit in Tuscany from November 27 to April 12, because it’s now staying open in winter. Visitors will have their pick of the luxury villas, which are restored 17th- and 18th-century farmhouses. Villa Alba is well suited for some restful peace and quiet, as it is located on a quiet hilltop, overlooking the Val d’Orcia. Hint: We hear Villa Alba is quite the  romantic hideaway. Another villa option, which sleeps nine, is Villa Sant’Anna, which has its own tennis court. Good to know: Fireplaces create cozy evenings in both these accommodations —
just add wine.

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Villa Alba is located on a hilltop and provides a romantic setting for couples. Pictured: Villa Alba is located on a hilltop and provides a romantic setting for couples. 

The resort’s Winter Villa Escape program provides locally sourced groceries and a dedicated concierge will be on call to arrange excursions to Siena, Florence, San Gimignano and other nearby destinations. Foodies should book a truffle-hunting expedition, adventurers should ask for a hot-air balloon excursion. During their stay, travelers will have access to the on-site winery for tours and tastings. (Make sure to sip the estate’s celebrated Brunello di Montalcino wine.) Advisors looking to book a stay should contact Silvia Pescatori directly at [email protected]

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