Situated at the heart of the Estate, the sumptuously elegant Dimora Il Borro towers over the small medieval village.
The historic villa, which was built in 1854 by the Hohenlohe family, passed to Duke Amedeo d’Aosta in the early 20th century, and finally to Ferruccio Ferragamo in 1993.
A perfect combination of tradition and modernity, the Prestige Suites are the ideal choice for those seeking to experience Tuscan history and tradition in luxurious, modern surroundings.
The finest fairy tales always begin in a borough nestled in the green, with the sounds of nature as a soundtrack and the colors of the countryside to make it a frame.
The newly laid-out 3 hole golf course, a continuously evolving project, integrates perfectly with Il Borro’s “green” philosophy, as exemplified by the decision not to use pesticides.
An oasis of wellbeing in the heart of the Estate where guests can keep in shape with gym or yoga classes, be pampered in the exclusive Spa Suite, and enjoy regenerating treatments at the hands of expert therapists.
The Borro is one of the most exclusive locations for those who love horse riding. Every hour of the day and evening you can practice horseback riding, choosing among the many original routes.
The Ferragamo family reopened the doors of the workshops in the medieval village to local artisans, who we can now see at work creating shoes, pottery, gold jewellery, paintings, hats and much more.
Mountain biking is a perfect way to explore the Tuscan countryside with its wealth of dirt roads, winding trails, woods, rolling hills and wide, scenic expanses - all the essential ingredients for wonderful excursions.
A relaxing, surprising experience that restores the sense of peace only found in contact with nature. An experience in the best Il Borro tradition, never pre-packaged, always absolutely original and tailored to the changing seasons.
The enogastronomic experience of Il Borro Relais & Chateaux is a journey to discover the excellence and the Tuscan culinary tradition, which is reflected in different interpretations.