Our collection of three independent self catering private Villas, tucked in the verdant Scannagallo Valley with two pools, landscaped gardens and concierge services.
The self-catering villas consist of the 5/6 bedroom / bathroom Villa Scannagallo, with its own private 17 meter infinity pool and the two and one bedroom Villas Gallo and Galletto respectively, sharing their pool in a walled herb and flower garden.
With 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry your hosts are perfectly equipped to create your custom-made vacation.
Upon arrival at the Borgo69 concierge office, guests are personally taken down to your chosen Villa nestled in the Scannagallo valley. There is a welcome hamper of food for your initial basics (including wine!), a daily maid service for sorting the bedrooms and the concierge office available to help with all your holiday requirements. We also have our Collection App, with local info that we have compiled over the last 20 years, from shopping to local cultural treasures.
The three villas are situated in their private garden areas, independent but near enough to be easily also rented as a whole, having two pools, a private walled herb and flower garden and terrific walks directly out into the historic surrounding countryside.
For our more energetic clients, the tennis court is tucked away in the olive grove..
From your complementary drink on arrival to planning you daily touring itinerary at Fontelunga our aim is to Taylor make that perfect Tuscan holiday home away from home experience.
One of the top places to sample seasonal dishes of the region and locally sourced produce.
The three villas are in one of the most historic valleys on the Italian peninsula certainly in Tuscany. The Scannagallo Valley literally situated on the south side of the Village of Pozzo Della Chiana, was the location of the final battle between the city state of Siena and Florence where the famous Medici family finally became all powerful over the unified area of Tuscany.
The Valley is presided over by the beautiful domed renaissance chapel of Santa Vittoria, built to commemorate the battle and one of only two 8 sided renaissance chapels in the country.