The venue

The  venue is a delightfully restored traditional Country House immersed in the Tuscan countryside, wonderfully situated between the luscious Amiata Mountain, the Maremma and the enchanting Val d’Orcia, in Tuscany.
This property, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, offers breathtaking views of the nearby hamlet of Seggiano and of the green rolling hills at the foot of the Amiata Mountain.

For guests enjoyment there is a spacious garden, panoramic pool (16mx8m) and two big stone made BBQs. Within the surrounding garden there is a separate Tasting House were fine wines and local gastronomy tastings are organized for enthusiastic guests.

The venue has five apartments furnished to high standards, each one with its own independent entrance and all offering private panoramic terraces or covered patios that open directly to the charming garden that surrounds the estate, fully equipped kitchens, tv-sat, WiFi.
The 5 apartments are for:
7 people (Castagno Apartment), 6 people (Vigna apartment), 4 people (Ulivo apartment), 2 people (Ginestra apartment) and 2 people (Quercia apartment), some with extra bed available for up to 27 people total.

Symbolic ceremony and wedding reception directly at the venue for up to 70 people (with marquee).


Location: Seggiano, Monte Amiata, Val d’Orcia
Type of accommodation: apartments
Sleeps: 27 (nearby venues to accommodate other guests)
Outdoor seating: 70
Indoor seating: 30
Possibility to place a marquee: yes (max. 70 people)
Places for the civil ceremony: the Peschiera Park Santa Fiora, room at Santa Fiora’s town hall, room at San Quirico d’Orcia’s town hall, room at Castiglione d’Orcia’s town hall, Rocca Aldobrandesca castle at Arcidosso
Places for the symbolic or protestant ceremonies: the Peschiera Park Santa Fiora, room at Santa Fiora’s town hall, Rocca Aldobrandesca castle at Arcidosso, venue’s garden
Places for the Catholic ceremony: Church of Santa Flora and Lucilla in Santa Fiora, Church of Our Lady of the Snows in Santa Fiora.
Swimming pool: yes
Garden furniture: yes