Housed in a historical Renaissance building in Montepulciano, Palazzo Nobile di San Donato offers rooms with modern amenities and antique furnishings. It boasts breathtaking views of the Val d’Orcia valley and the town of Montepulciano.
The building has kept its original interior furniture: entering the Palace is pure timeless magic finding yourself surrounded by the charm of the early 19th century, luxurious period rich of beauty and fascinating atmosphere. It will be a charming and unique experience for an unforgettable holiday in Montepulciano.
The Suites of the Palazzo: a real House Museum
All the suites at Palazzo San Donato have furnitures from the so-called Impero period, covered with walnut or mahogany briar slabs and gilt bronze decorations. The curtains and wall coverings are made by great Italian textile houses such as Rubelli from Venice and Lisio from Rome.
You can live an extraordinary experience, an intense emotion, a stay in a real house museum with all the comforts.
Sleeping in Montepulciano among the works of art, as characters of a story or fairy tale, as if time has stopped two centuries ago, is certainly a fascinating, romantic and at the same time unique experience.
“The Tuscan countryside was built like a work of art by a refined people, the same one who ordered paintings and frescoes to its painters in the fifteenth century: this is its characteristic, its main feature that over the centuries was reflected in the design of the fields, in the architecture of Tuscan farmhouses. It is amazing how these people have built their rural landscapes as if they have no other concern than beauty”. ALBERT CAMUS
During your stay at Palazzo San Donato, upon request, you’ll have the possibility to participate in guided tours.
Travelling in Val d’Orcia is an unforgettable experience. Your eyes become dazzled by the beauty of the colours of this land, unsurprisingly a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Montepulciano is a town which is rich in history and art, set in the agricultural landscape of Siena, the ideal place to relax, but also to live in contact with nature, surrounded by gentle hills covered with olive groves, vineyards and forests of pine and chestnut trees.
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