A corner of Tuscany transformed into a welcoming relais: Borgo Lucignanello in San Giovanni d'Asso.
Enjoy the unique experience of living in a Medieval village. Choose the perfect vacation home-away-from-home and prepare for a taste of authentic Tuscany among rolling hills, ancient olive groves, and untouched woods where hare, pheasants, and deer roam free.
Borgo Lucignanello has charming apartments and homes
located inside a Medieval village, each carefully restored and transformed into a welcoming vacation accommodation.
Only the sound of the wind in the cypress trees to lull you to sleepThe pleasures of the Borgo
All of Tuscany's most beautiful towns are less than an hour's drive away.Nearby daytrips
Contemporary country furnishings and a fireplace in each accommodation. Welcome to the Borgo!View our accommodations
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3 nights in a historic country house in Lucignano d'Asso; Truffle hunting with a hunter and his dog directly on the estate; Cooking lesson focused on truffles with a private chef + a 4-course dinner; Extravirgin olive oil tasting in our ancient oil cellar; Visit of a dairy near... (details)
Valid from 18 Oct 2014 to 29 Dec 2014
from € 598.00 (per night per room)
2-night stay in a historic house shared by 4 people; Breakfast service directly at your place; Ayurvedic massage with our organic olive oil in our massage room; 1 Tuscan dinner with a private cook at home; Rate per person for 2 nights (in a house shared by 4 people): Euro 398,00
Valid from 15 Sep 2014 to 29 Dec 2014
from € 796.00 (per night per room)
Borgo Lucignanello is deep in the Tuscan countryside, so we recommend reaching the Borgo by car.
If you are flying in, you can rent a car at your arrival airport; if travelling by train from Florence or Siena, get off at the Chiusi station and rent a car there. For guests who would rather not drive, we can organize a private driver for transfers and day trips.
Lucignano d'Asso was already inhabited during Roman times, when it was known as Lucignanum Longassum. The village as we see it today dates back to the Middle Ages, when it was part of the Sienese territory.
A historic document from 1485 shows that the castle was owned at that time by the Piccolomo Piccolomini family, a noble line linked to a number of events in Italy's social and religious history.
The family's decendants still live in the noble palazzo in Lucignano d'Asso.