Castello di Velona

Pricing and information valid for 2020

All prices will be given final confirmation upon a specific booking request

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Situated between Val d’Orcia, a UNESCO world heritage site in the heart of Tuscany, and Mount Amiata, this castello is a centuries-old residence that offers its guests unique sensory emotions.

 

As the rooms either look over the Val d’Orcia sunsets, or the estate’s vineyards, the 46 bedrooms and suites are divided into two types: Castle and Sunset – they are all luxurious settings, dedicated to wellness, nature, colours and the history of Tuscan tradition.

 

As for a wedding event: Castello di Velona offers an ideal backdrop – the charming scenery of the Siena hills: in a dreamlike atmosphere, with stellar cuisine and super Tuscan wines – an unforgettable experience of the best Tuscany has to offer.

 

There are spaces such as the marvelous terrace of the restaurant, the gardens, Spa baths, extensive sheltered courtyard areas, with exclusive use capacity for events of up to 120 guests.

Pricing

 

Reserving the whole of the venue with exclusive use is of course, the most appropriate way of holding an amazing wedding event, and to be free to use the complete facilities and services. The Catello requires a minimum stay of 2 nights.

Exclusive daily use: from 35’000 to 45’000 Euros

For a smaller group, a semi exclusive use may be arranged, offering  19 rooms and suites (38 in total) and the Eastern terrace in exclusive.

Semi exclusive daily use: from 27’000 to 35’000 Euros

Location:

Montalcino (Southern Tuscany)

Rental:

Hotel, but for wedding events, exclusive use or semi exclusive use required

Sleeps:

up to 90

Civil:

Siena, Montalcino

Blessing / Symbolic:

Hotel grounds and gardens

Catholic:

Local churches and chapels

Ideal for:

Total luxury, in an exclusive setting, for a party of 50 guests for semi exclusive, or 90 or so guests for total exclusive use of the property, facilities, services and grounds.

Airports:

Pisa 120 minutes, Florence 90 minutes