Authentic Tuscany wine estate getaway amid rolling hills
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The perfect package with flights included
Relax amidst the rolling Tuscan hills with a stay on an authentic wine estate a half-hour from Florence - includes breakfast, one three-course dinner and an optional wine tasting experience, plus flights and car hire
- Escape it all with a stay at Torre a Cona, a historic wine estate and hotel nestled amidst scenic, rolling Tuscan hills near Florence. You'll have no trouble relaxing here, whether you're lounging by the outdoor pool surrounded by olive groves, indulging with a wine tasting session in the property's own cellars, or drinking in your surroundings as you explore the region - in your hire car or with one of the hotel's intriguing excursions, from a beekeeping tour and truffle hunting to horseback riding.
- Dine on traditional Tuscan cooking within a centuries-old building at the restaurant, which also offers al fresco dining from June to September. Expect a seasonally-changing menu that features hearty options, from beef stew to salted cod, all perfected by a glass of wine. The estate produces its own olive oil and wildflower honey, too, which you may well taste across its flavourful dishes.
- Simplicity meets authenticity in the beautifully-styled guest rooms, each brimming with warm light, muted colour palettes and traditional furnishings. Romantic rooms offer an intimate and calming sanctuary, complete with sizeable en-suite bathrooms with either a freestanding bathtub or spacious shower.
- Outdoor pool
- Wine cellars
- Excursions and activities
How to get there
Torre a Cona is located around a 40-minute drive from Florence Airport, and a half-hour from the heart of Florence itself. Flights and car hire are included for a fuss-free escape.
Good to know
Rest and respite amidst natural surroundings is key here; therefore, please be aware you won't find a television in your room.
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