A centuries-old estate intrinsically bound to the countryside and its vineyards

The Estate

Situated in the Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is a place of respect, sharing and harmony. Castiglion del Bosco’s legacy encompasses art and lifestyles of the past. This quintessential Tuscan landscape has inspired a treasure trove of masterpieces created by country folk, architects and artists. Its strategic elevated position was appreciated by the Etruscans as early as 600 B.C., as shown by the many archaeological finds on the estate. The property stands alongside the ancient Via Francigena, a route traveled by merchants and pilgrims on their way from Canterbury to Rome, many of whom visited the Pieve San Michele from around 725 A.D.

Castiglion del Bosco’s legacy will be its dedication to preserving the art and heritage of this 800-year-old estate and this region of Italy. The estate is mindful of its role as a custodian: restoring, preserving and handing down traditions; sharing the heritage and traces of life from the past; and continuing a living story thanks to its strong historical ties. Castiglion del Bosco fosters an appreciation of art, cuisine, wine-making and traditional craftsmanship, representing the harmonious ideal of a deeply rooted, age-old Tuscan lifestyle.

It is within this setting, and as part of the estate’s philosophy, that Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco welcomes discerning guests from around the world and shares with them, not only sumptuous accommodation that pays tribute to local history, but also cultural insights into one of the world’s most special regions.

About Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco

Located within the UNESCO-listed Val d’Orcia in the Brunello di Montalcino wine-making region, Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco is a 5,000 acre country estate founded by Massimo and Chiara Ferragamo. The Italian resort is a celebration of the natural beauty and rich gastronomic heritage of Tuscany. The 800-year-old estate comprises the ancient castle ruins, a medieval church and the Borgo, a historic village that now forms the heart of the resort.

A superb culinary destination, Castiglion del Bosco features a leading Brunello di Montalcino winery, two restaurants, an organic vegetable garden and a cooking school. Designed by Tom Weiskopf, the estate’s breathtaking 18-hole golf course offers an unparalleled playing experience at Italy's only private golf club. A pampering spa, plentiful leisure facilities and a carefully curated selection of activities and excursions designed to highlight the region’s landscape and culture count among the offerings of this stylish world-class retreat.

Warmed by gentle Tuscan hues, the resort’s spacious suites and villas offer exceptional comfort and the chance to enjoy an area of outstanding natural beauty in a framework of understated, cultured sophistication. Housed in the buildings of the Borgo itself, the 23 suites exude harmony with antique furniture, genuine textiles and artisanal pieces. Exposed wooden beams and cozy corners feature alongside modern comforts and the latest technology. The terraces, pergolas and, picturesque views are alive with greenery. Created from restored 17th- and 18th-century farmhouses, eleven luxury villas capture the changing moods of the landscape. Featuring stone, wood, antiques and bespoke furnishings, the elegant interiors are distinguished by their Sienese hues, handcrafted pieces and pleasing textures. The two-to six-bedroom villas all feature private heated pools and some offer a pool house, home theater or private tennis court.