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Perhaps unlike anywhere else in Italy, the towns in Tuscany represent a point where time stands still by preserving the traces of history.
If there is one city where those traces appear clear and deep-rooted, with myriad references that are still alive and active, that place is Montepulciano.
The city of Montepulciano exhibits its own past with the pride of having a history of events and art to defend.
It is a city whose beauty alone is enough to make words superfluous.
Right within the city on Via Borgo Buio, there is a building of ancient splendor that was constructed in the 16th century on a preexisting foundation whose cellars are carved out of the volcanic rock known as tufa and extend beneath the street itself.
The building's doors, with their subtle charm, are evidence of years past and beauty left untouched by the passing of time.
So there is a reason why a hotel like IL BORGHETTO was created in this particular building, on this particular street, in this particular city: the desire to create accommodations that honor the prestige of Montepulciano.
IL BORGHETTO willingly assumed this ambitious and rewarding commitment.
Located in the heart of the historic center, the building overlooks the ancient castle walls and therefore allows its guests to relax as they admire the magnificent panorama with the three lakes in the Val di Chiana.
IL BORGHETTO, whit our 15 rooms and 2 suites, represents the place where new and old meet in a setting that is purely historic, from the building's fixtures to the furnishings and brick floors.
IL BORGHETTO offers all modern amenities and comforts in a stylish atmosphere.
The hotel offers car parking and a garage for motorcycles and bicycles.
New ideas supporting ancient tradition.
HOW TO REACH MONTEPULCIANO
From the North: take Highway A1 ("Autostrada del Sole" between Florence and Rome), take exit number 28 for Valdichiana.
From the South: take Highway A1 ("Autostrada del Sole" between Rome and Florence), take exit number 29 for Chiusi/Chianciano Terme.
Take the Rome - Florence/Milan line - Get off at Chiusi/Chianciano Terme train station.
Take the bus service connection to Montepulciano on the Chiusi/Siena line.
Direct buses from Siena and Florence.