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A great success with Citalia guests for more than ten years, Hotel Le Renaie offers a peaceful base in the Chianti region just over three and half miles from San Gimignano. This family-run hotel offers excellent value for money with guest rooms overlooking either the countryside, the beautiful gardens or the swimming pool and its large sun terrace.
The charming hotel restaurant Leonetto serves guests a buffet breakfast and delicious light lunch and dinner, weather permitting guests may dine outside on the terrace over-looking the flowered garden; the restaurant is particularly well known for its fine cuisine and à la carte menu. When the restaurant is closed on Tuesdays, guests are invited to take their evening meal at the other family-owned restaurant Lampolla nearby the hotel which serves up a range of delicious Tuscan dishes.
The hotel has 25 rooms (official rating 3 star). Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years.
Included With:Half Board, Bed & Breakfast
Open: 7.30am - 10am, 12.30pm - 2.30pm and 7pm – 9.30pm
Restaurant Leonetto is proudly managed by the owners themselves serving a delicious buffet breakfast, light lunch and dinner either inside the charming restaurant or during the summer months on the terrace overlooking the flower filled gardens. Guests can enjoy real Tuscan cuisine created from the freshest ingredients sourced from local products, a good selection of wines and extra touches such as a house bottle of extra virgin olive oil on the table.
The restaurant is closed on a Tuesday and is open to non residents.
The bar is open every day until midnight. During the summer months you can enjoy a drink sitting on the terrace or in the garden.
Normally in use 15 May - 01 October. Pool towels are available upon request payable locally (€3 per towel, per requested fresh towel).
Stay connected with the wifi free of charge.
There is private parking available, free of charge.
San Gimignano is a remarkable medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage Site, set on a particularly high hilltop in the Tuscan countryside. This fortified marvel is the historic equivalent of a modern high-rise city, with steel skyscrapers replaced with dizzyingly high ancient towers, and noisy alleyways swapped for uneven cobbled lanes.
The town’s 14 towers are a fraction of the 72 that once stood, but the impact is still impressive, with almost every square and street watched over by these soaring monoliths. For those with a head for heights, the tower tops offer unrivalled panoramas of the town’s winding lanes and the beautiful surrounding countryside. The 14th-century Torre Grosse is the best of these, and offers spectacular views from more than 170 feet above the streets. For those wanting to immerse themselves in history, the wonderfully tranquil Rocca de Montestaffoli is a must. This crumbling structure was once a fortress and a convent, although now it offers an atmospheric wild garden and one modest tower, with surprisingly good views over the countryside. If you’re in the mood for shopping, make sure you look out for some of the artisan workshops hidden in the town’s lanes – local photography and handmade ceramics are just some of the wares available.
Max 3 adults
Twin Rooms are styled with bright colours and white furnishings and have traditional cotto tiled floors and a large window with a view of the hotel grounds or countryside. They feature a double bed or twin beds on request, and a single bed can be added to accommodate a third guest.
Max 3 adults
Twin Rooms with Balcony are located on the first floor and are styled with bright colours and white furnishings and have traditional cotto tiled floors. They feature a double bed, or twin beds on request, and a large terrace or balcony overlooking the charming garden or swimming pool. A single bed can be added to accommodate a third guest.
Max 1 adults
Single Rooms feature a French bed and are available on request, please call to book.