30 Gen Two Stunning Venues for Your Wedding in Tuscany
The Chianti region is famous worldwide for its wine and wonderful countryside with lush landscapes and charming villas. Located in this romantic region, the medieval town of Borgo Beatrice and the romantic Villa Carlotta are the perfect frames for your wedding in Tuscany. Both places are suitable for either very intimate or larger ceremonies (of up to 60 people) and can provide enchanting accommodations for you and your guests.
This hamlet dominates the valley with its commanding views over rolling hills. It is surrounded by amazing forests, vineyards and olive groves as far as the eye can see and encompasses the main villa and the village homes. Borgo Beatrice offers its guests vast outside areas to explore as well as a swimming pool and a massage centre.
Borgo Beatrice is both a country hotel and a bed and breakfast with excellent restaurant service. The incredibly beautiful natural surroundings give this medieval borgo a warm and friendly atmosphere.
Villa Carlotta is nestled in olive groves and hills with amazing views. It includes a B&B and three independent villas called “Casa Grande”, “Villa Casina” and the “Villino”. The main building hosts the B&B and is also where the Villa’s wine is produced.
Casa Grande is a very private villa thanks to a driveway with independent access from the main road. It stands in a wonderful position at the top of a hill with a breathtaking view of the valley and hillsides. The two-floor house is set in a garden with a lawn that slopes down into a vineyard and an olive grove.
Villa Casina, a recently restored farmhouse with a private swimming pool, is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the beauty of Tuscan nature.
Villino has six double rooms so it is ideal for a group of friends or for families. Like the other villas, it has breathtaking views of the Tuscan countryside and it also has a fantastic terrace with a pergola where you can dine and its own swimming pool. It would be ideal for an intimate wedding of up to twenty guests.
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Photo credits: Sebastian David Bonacchi