The Estate | Il Borro

The Estate

The allure
of a timeless place

Il Borro today

An unconquerable stronghold in the XII century, in the mid-50s Il Borro belonged to Duke Amedeo di Savoia-Aosta who owned it until 1993 when Ferruccio Ferragamo became the new owner and the one who can be credited with the Estate’s restoration and refurbishment and for having returned it to its original glories. Surrounded by the Tuscan hills, Il Borro is now an agricultural estate and organic vineyard, dedicated to hospitality and to farm-to-table catering
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In the heart of Valdarno

Il Borro covers an area of 1100 organic hectares set among the hills of the Tuscan landscape in the heart of the Upper Valdarno: a wide natural basin characterized by the passage of the river bearing its name and delimited by the Apennine mountain range of Pratomagno.

A unique experience

An unconquerable stronghold in the XII century, in the mid-50s Il Borro belonged to Duke Amedeo di Savoia-Aosta who owned it until 1993 when Ferruccio Ferragamo became the new owner and the one who can be credited with the Estate’s restoration and refurbishment and for having returned it to its original glories. Surrounded by the Tuscan hills, Il Borro is now an agricultural estate and organic vineyard, dedicated to hospitality and to farm-to-table catering
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Life in
the hamlet

A stay at Il Borro means total immersion into the most authentic Tuscany where the facilities of exclusive hospitality are combined to life in an avant-garde agricultural estate which is inspired by its eco sustainable philosophy. From wine tours to cooking classes to horseback riding to golf, from the craftsmen’s workshops to the excellent range of Spa treatments: these are the many unique offers for our guests so they can enjoy an authentic Tuscan experience.
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Each guest at Il Borro can select different solutions for their stay: the exclusive Dimora Storica (Historical Dwelling), the characteristical Villa Mulino situated in the woods, the romantic Villa Casetta in the Merlot vineyards and lastly, the elegant and refined suites located in the medieval hamlet o in the “Aie del Borro.” For more private stays, I Borrigiani, characterized by an agritourist formula, or the Villas of Viesca in the Florentine countryside are ideal.
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