Le Boscarecce

Le Boscarecce

Traditional and charming family-run hotel with pool and tennis court in the countryside between Florence and Siena

  • Best For Families, Couples, Food & Wine
  • Rooms 12 room and 2 apartments
  • Highlights Susanna, the perfect hostess, welcomes and pampers her clients with sympathy and discretion

    Tranquil countryside retreat, yet only short drives from Tuscany's cultural highlights
  • Holiday Offers A 7-night break starts from £ 575 per person sharing a Superior room including breakfast and fully comprehensive car hire

Le Boscarecce

In the splendid hilly scenery of the Val d'Elsa, Le Boscarecce is a country house restored with taste and character; few rooms complete with every comfort, large garden and a restaurant with an informal atmospheres and the flavors of the typical Tuscan cuisine.

A converted barn, housing Susanna’s extensive art collection and library, opens onto a large covered terrace overlooking the pool and the surrounding countryside.

This charming country house is well placed among the Tuscan hills, just a half-hour drive from Florence, San Gimignano and Siena.

Massimo and Susanna take great pride in their hotel and, indeed, in its location.
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Bicycles available
  • Concierge service
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wine tasting and cooking classes


Accommodation is in 14 rooms and two-room apartments, with or without kitchenette, and well-equipped with all mod cons and panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside.
Room Facilities
  • air conditioning
  • hair dryer
  • safe
  • Wi-Fi 
  • kettle with complimentary tea and coffee

Hotel Restaurant

Susanna and her daughter are incredibly hospitable and run an impressive kitchen - breakfasts are fresh and wholesome and delicious Tuscan dishes are served each evening for dinner.  

Meals are often taken here while soaking up the picture-postcard sunsets over the hills.
Other Restaurant Nearby
As well as a list of places to visit, le Boscarecce will provide you with a list of restaurants worth a visit for lunch or dinner, ranging from the local trattoria to fine dining.


Locanda Le Boscarecce is situated in Castelfiorentino amongst the Val d'Elsa hills, and just a half-hour drive from Florence, San Gimignano and Siena - in the cultural and artistic heart of Tuscany.

The town, about 4km from Le Boscarecce, is full of very interesting medieval masterpieces such as the church of Santa Verdiana with its Museum, the Bego (Benozzo Gozzoli museum), the Church of San Francesco, the Parish church of SS Ippolito and Biagio.

Castelfiorentino is also served by the railway about 45 minutes from Florence and 1 hour from Pisa.


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