A charming B&B in the center of a medieval village in Chianti
Palazzo Malaspina Bed & Breakfast
The noble Palazzo Malaspina has been home to the Pellizzari family for over 150 years.
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Standing proudly in the center of the ancient medieval village of San Donato in Poggio in the heart of Chianti, Palazzo Malaspina Bed & Breakfast is an elegant, historic residence dating back to the late Renaissance period which has been lovingly restored to preserve its charm and original features such as the terracotta floors, beamed ceilings and pietra serena stone to create a welcoming and charming bed and breakfast in the heart of Tuscany.
Palazzo Malaspina offers its guests five beautifully decorated rooms, furnished in typical Tuscan style with the family's fine, antique furniture and traditional artisan hand-woven textiles.
Each room has its own flair and character and is equipped with all the important modern comforts such as air conditioning, safe deposit boxes and internet connection. Some rooms have balconies overlooking panoramic views of the rolling hills and vineyards of the Chianti countryside and the traditional terracotta rooftops of the peaceful village of San Donato in Poggio.
Between Siena and Florence
We are conveniently located at equal distance to Siena and Florence.
Palazzo Malaspina bed and breakfast is ideal for those planning to visit Florence, the "Cradle of the Renaissance" just 30 minutes away, and is also the perfect location for those who want to enjoy the pleasures of the Tuscan countryside, nestled in the famous Chianti wine region, within easy reach of the characteristic hill towns of San Gimignano, Montalcino, Monteriggioni, Cortona, Lucca and Arezzo, all within an hour’s drive from Palazzo Malaspina Bed & Breakfast.
Palazzo Malaspina B&B is the perfect spot to spend an unforgettable vacation in Tuscany.
- Last minute Super Deal!
From July 31st to August 4 2016, Room n.1 at 78 euros/night all inclusive! ⇒
- 3 nights for 2 in August!
From August 1st to 4th 2016, 3 nights for 2! ⇒