A BOUTIQUE HOTEL NESTLED IN THE MOST ROMANTIC TUSCAN COUNTRYSIDE
Once upon a time there was a villa in Buonconvento, abandoned and heavily marked by the passing of time and years of neglect.
Today this villa had been returned to its very noble late-renaissance splendour and its irrepressible charm has exploded in a triumph of history.
Villa Armena, originally erected by Baldassarre Peruzzi, dates back to the middle of the sixteenth century when it was the country residence of the Malavolti family from Siena.
Now an exclusive country resort, it consists of 10 unique rooms all differing one from the other and equipped with every imaginable comfort.
Red bricks, original oak-beamed ceilings, and sixteenth-century terracotta floors are the structural elements which characterise the interiors and exteriors of this villa in noble, traditional, and fascinating Tuscan style.