Badia A Coltibuono - Gaiole in Chianti43.49497, 11.44965
Set near Castello di Meleto, The Rose Garden and Siena Cathedral, the resort Badia A Coltibuono Guest House comes with free self parking, a restaurant and a solarium. This venue features medieval architecture. The on-site comforts include a designated smoking place, a storage room, a meeting room and a newspaper stand.
The center of Gaiole in Chianti is 4 km away from the villa. A castle, a cathedral and a tower are set within walking distance. The property is about 5 minutes’ walk from Badia di Coltibuono serving Italian dishes.
50 minutes by car from Peretola airport.
Badia A Coltibuono Guest House offers rooms with climate control, a sofa, a stone fireplace, high ceiling and a dishwasher. Guests can enjoy a magnificent view over the valley from their rooms. A bathroom with a walk-in shower and a bidet is also provided.
Eat & Drink
The property is equipped with an electric kettle, coffee/tea makers, a fridge, kitchenware and a cooktop in a kitchenette.
Guests can try hiking, horse riding and cycling to diversify their stay. Badia A Coltibuono Guest House provides guests with cribs and a playground required for children.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Number of rooms: 13.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Off-site car park
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Paid airport shuttle
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Paid airport shuttle
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Garden view
- Courtyard view
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- Ironing facilities
- Washing machine
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
In the Room
In the Room
1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
The staff were very accommodating, and the room was huge and very well-appointed. This historic property is in excellent repair, and yet its charm is compelling. Staying here was one of the most memorable experiences of four weeks in Italy.
A very special place. It's a place to go to get away from the hustle bustle and relax. The scenery is picturesque, the monastery is serene, and it's as if you have the place to yourself. Next time, I would do the cooking school. You must do the wine cellar tour and you absolutely must eat at the restaurant. Another thing I found refreshing was the overall friendly atmosphere of the staff...but make sure Arco doesn't steal your socks. World class. Ciao!
Great historic location. Very beautiful.. Food is wonderful. Super cooking lessons. Great location for Chianti region. Staff is very helpful.
It was so beautiful and peaceful. The countryside around was so magnificent.we will definately be back. The place had such a charm.
Everything was so easy. It was such a contrast from being in five star hotels in florence. The place had such a charm
The staff were lovely and very helpful. The room was gorgeous, even if the bath was tiny! The breakfast was delicious - cake for breakfast a real treat. The restaurant is amazing, and the staff so kind and thoughtful. We had a wonderful stay.
The Hotel is beautiful with very large rooms located in a forest with classic Tuscan views of surrounding area, The atmosphere is relaxed, withe no noise and lovely gardens. To complete the experience I recommend eating at the restaurant.
Restroom needs updating. Caution is advised for people allergic to model as there is some moldy smell leaking from the wine sellers to the communal areas.
Wonderful location and building.Room was massive and furnished with antiques.Garden and pool were lovely.Nice restaurant with very attentive staff on site-run separately from the hotel but by the same family.
Restaurant food fell short of what we expected for this category and portions were small without accompanying sauces/vegetables/potatoes.Breakfast was very poor for such a standard of Hotel-alot more variety and some local breads etc would have been appreciated.I felt this hotel was overpriced.
History, fine food and wines and magical location
Shower not good.
Really great place to stay. Beautiful surroundings. Very helpful and friendly staff.
The restaurant was good, but I missed some classic and more simpler dishes. Since the menu is very limited, after two days, you need to go elsewhere to have lunch or dinner.
Our stay was a great experience, the general vibe and feel of the place was amazing. It felt like we were the only people staying there at times it was so empty. The food at the restaurant was also amazing with enough choice to keep you wanting to go back for at least a couple of days. Relaxing by the pool and strolling through the gardens was a great way to unwind after the busy cities of italy
The only thing that I would have changed I'd to be able to charge meals from the restaurant back to our room which would have meant you wouldn't have to worry about your wallet for the whole stay but this was only a minor detail.
The hotel had a very relaxing atmosphere as if we were away from the world, a bit like a retreat in a monastery with all the facilities. It has an excellent restaurant.
Having dined at the Badia a Coltibuono restaurant on our honeymoon back in 1998, we had wonderful memories of the food, the view and the special atmosphere. We recently discovered that we could book a room there too and booked a 3 night stay. It did not disappoint in any way. We loved the room, the food was amazing and we left with even fonder memories. We will return!
A 16th century former monastery was a brilliant place to relax after a hectic few days around the museums of Florence. The hotel is full of beautiful rooms - perfectly preserved; a great environment. This is a great family owned enterprise run in conjunction with an excellent wine and olive oil producing estate. The tour of the cellars was very interesting; the staff are charming and enthused; the gardens are still - the spring water pure.
The restaurant was equally good but perhaps the menu could benefit from the addition of some more classic simpler dishes drawn from the surrounding countryside.
It's like staying at a living museum. This place is worth double what you get charged. I highly recommend Badia a Coltibuono! You will love it!
Everything. We spent a great time there, including food, wine and relaxing time at the garden and swimming pool.