Rosemary Cloister

Venue in Tuscany

Rosemary Cloister dates back to 1348 when it was used for the production of grain, wine and oil. More recently it became a monastery before being abandoned. Fortunately, this historic and beautiful property was saved and has been carefully and lovingly rebuilt and restored and is now an idyllic luxury retreat.

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Just a stone’s throw from Siena, which you can admire from the villa, this venue is set in a private park and is surrounded by forests, fields, lawns and flowers with every window offering breathtaking views over the surrounding area. The building is equipped with private swimming pool (15x7m), tennis court, football field, bocce court, gym, air conditioning (1st floor), wine cellar and a sauna.

This formal Cloister can accommodate up to 18 guests. Social in its design, the living areas and outdoor spaces are perfect for getting together and offer various locations to enjoy a fine Tuscan feast whether that is under the stars or in the dining room. Seven bedrooms are located on the first floor of the main building, whilst in the dependence, which is completely independent, there are two further bedrooms.

Dotted throughout the villa you’ll find the owner’s private art collection, including important and unique paintings of contemporary artists, carefully selected at art fairs and auctions. Rosemary Cloister is just 15 minute drive to Siena, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the heart of Tuscany.