29 Jan '14, 7pm

Stunning historic inns in Tuscany’s hilltop towns: The ancient hilltop villages of Tuscany are famous today fo...

Stunning historic inns in Tuscany’s hilltop towns: The ancient hilltop villages of Tuscany are famous today fo...

Stunning historic inns in Tuscany’s hilltop towns By Joy Davidson on Jan 29, 2014 in Accommodation , Europe , Hotels , Italy , Regions , Western Europe - Read 422 times Tweet The ancient hilltop villages of Tuscany are famous today for their churches, their charm, and their cheeses; for their vineyards and their vampires (the movie version, of course); and certainly for their art and architecture. Some are also blessed with inns so special that they have become Tuscan treasures in their own right. In the small Tuscan towns of Montepulciano and Pienza, you’ll find two such extraordinary properties. Stylistically, they are as different as can be, yet they have much in common: both structures are centuries old, now family owned, and have been restored and transformed into inns filled with beauty, luxury, love, and respect for the region in which they reside. Il Tosco, Montepu...

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