Flowers cascade over hand-set stones, olive and lemon trees, rosemary and lavender – certainly a place for delightful discovery or to escape to another world.
A romantic arrival to the hotel through ancient vineyards, olive groves and hundred-year-old cypress.
Foretelling ever-gracious service, the welcome experience is warm, welcoming and attentive.
A delightful day in the country inspires the landscape. The reception space flows organically, spilling toward the amphitheater, vineyards and pool.
A quaint amphitheater overlooking olive orchards and vineyards sets the stage for memorable weddings, concerts and intimate gatherings.
The Pool at Hotel Castello di Casole is a study in the art of immersion… accented with mosaic glass tile that sparkles by day and night.
The 100 acres of vineyards at Castello di Casole are a feast for the eyes and palette and the origin of Dodici, the estate’s signature blend.
A serene setting to enjoy lunch, a casual afternoon bite or elegant dinner, scented by rosemary and lavender, the essence of Tuscany.
There will be countless superlatives to describe the fully realized Bargagli Penthouse, an expansive two-story suite with private terrace.
A richly appointed rendezvous spot named after Luchino Visconti, an Italian filmmaker who once owned the villa.
The focus is on simple, rustic food in the classic Italian tradition. Expect handmade pastas, fresh organic vegetables, fresh fish and game from local sources – all paired with fine wines from the best wineries of Italy.
Pazzia Pizzeria – meaning Madness in Italian - embodies the best of traditional Italian cooking set in a warm atmosphere.
The soft splash of the fountain, crushed stone underfoot, a cappuccino or Cabernet in hand…this is paradise found.
Centered around the courtyard of the hotel, these junior and one-bedroom suites feature a rich color palette of terra cotta, soothing blue and cypress green that brings the feel of Tuscany indoors.
A rustic feel reflects a historic setting as the former agricultural house of the estate. Junior and one-bedroom suites feature ample exposed stonework, creating a relaxed and authentic atmosphere.
To keep fit, there are pools, saunas and steam rooms for warm-up or cool-down; state-of-the-art exercise equipment, personal trainers and group classes in yoga, Pilates and more.
Originally the estate’s wine cellar, The Spa offers a serene setting in one of the most dramatic spaces at the hotel. Barrel-vaulted ceilings and restored stone walls create a theatrical setting accentuated by long views across an expansive valley.
An idyllic setting to relax before and after a treatment, the views are among the most enthralling on the estate.
The estate’s historic church, Chiesa S. Tomasso, has been restored to its original grandeur and is the perfect place for weddings and small events.
Fine name-brand apparel, paintings and sculptures from acclaimed local Italian artists, treasures from the finest houses of Italy, signature products from our spa – it’s all here.
Located adjacent to the historic chapel, the Casa del Prete Suites were the estate’s original priest quarters, and their restoration was intended to maintain their rustic feel.
The Limonaia Suites, originally home to the fruit trees on property during the winter, are two stories with a private garden patio, the perfect place for a getaway in Tuscany.
Steps from the hotel is an intimate grouping of three villas. Once the location of the old school for the children of noble families, today Villa Scuola is a lesson in the delightful confluence of history, art and architecture.
Authentic. Classically Italian. Uniquely social. And no experience required.
Estate-produced extra virgin olive oil from the 88 acres of groves surrounding the hotel anticipate your arrival at Castello di Casole.
Set privately away, a short stroll to the main hotel through a cypress-lined path, the Oliveto Suites are a stylish and contemporary sanctuary overlooking the estate’s treasured vineyards and olive groves.
Dating to the 18th century, Villa Sant’ Antonio is a collection of seven exceptional villas whose name pays homage to the patron of the blacksmiths who once toiled behind its walls.