Tuscan vineyard escape to the famed Chianti region with car hire & 2020 dates

Fonte de’ Medici, Chianti region of Tuscany

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A taste of Italian refinement at a pretty stone-clad Tuscan farmhouse in Chianti, less than an hour from Florence, with breakfast, a bottle of wine, flights and car hire

  • The charming village of Santa Maria a Macerata is home to the fabulous Tuscan retreat of Fonte de' Medici. The stone-clad farmhouse and its restored medieval cottages overlook the prestigious Antinori vineyards, one of the largest wine producers in Italy, and the onsite Trattoria della Fonte, cookery school and wellness area.

  • The beautiful Trattoria della Fonte serves sublime traditional Italian dishes and a delicious continental breakfast each morning. The new Fonte de' Medici Cooking School offers basic courses focused on the Tuscan culinary arts followed by the all-important tasting session.

  • If you weren’t already relaxed enough after all the beautiful wine and Italian cuisine, the delightful onsite wellness area has a sauna, a hammam and massages that can be arranged on request. There is also an outdoor swimming pool - open seasonally - and bike hire for exploring the scenic local countryside.


- Cooking school
- Restaurant
- Swimming pool
- Spa with hammam
- Fitness centre
- Wi-Fi

How to get there

Fonte de' Medici is approximately 35 kilometres from Florence Airport, Peretola. Car hire is included in this escape so you can make the most of the gorgeous Tuscan countryside.

Good to know

Wi-Fi access is only available in communal areas.

The outdoor pool is open seasonally, from the 1 May to 25 November.

Please also note that cooking classes require a minimum number of four participants, and will incur an additional charge.

A city tax of €1.50 per person, per night is payable at the hotel upon check-out. It may be subject to change according to City Council amendments.

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