Upon his first tour of Borgo di Vagli, architect Fuvio Di Rosa was consumed with the “bug of making it live again”, and dedicated ten years to seeing his vision through conception to completion. The Hamlet maintains as faithfully as possible its medieval feel, atmosphere and look, without compromising modern-day comforts and needs.
The intimate one and two-bedroom residences have been brought back to life in order to spirit owners back to a more austere era and to embrace them with the true experience of living in a rural Tuscan Hamlet.
Original 14th century low doorways and small windows cut through thick stone walls lend an authentic feel.
Among the ancient architecture you will find genuine rural furnishings and practical rural Tuscan antiques, terra cotta floors, exposed wooden beam ceilings, fully equipped kitchens and cosy bathrooms, handcrafted cutlery, luxurious Busatti linens as well as modern conveniences such as satellite television, stereo / DVD players and high speed Wifi Internet connections.