Bed and Breakfast in San Gimignano Farmhouse: B&B in Tuscany near Siena and Volterra

In San Gimignano between the Tuscan hills...

Between the Tuscan hills of San Gimignano lies a small sixteeth-century village in the Natural Reserve of Castelvecchio surrounded by woods, silence and art. Here is where you'll also find "Il Casolare di Libbiano".


The beginning of our dream goes back to the spring of 1988 when our first guests arrived.

We are Berta & Andrea, and we completely restored this farmhouse respecting its original architecture and atmosphere.

The decor, with its antique furniture, has been personally restored by Andrea, who has always had a love for the art of restoration, original paintings, carpets and collecting small objects that you will find around the home. All this gives the house the charm and atmosphere that allows our guests to feel at home.

In our rooms and in our house, you will find a magical place where you can completely enjoy your Tuscan holiday.

Your relax...


We have 4 double rooms, each with ensuite bathrooms, and 2 suites with living room, ensuite bathroom and terrace - all with beautiful views of the Tuscan countryside...

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Your homemade meal...


When the sun starts to set, you begin to smell the aromas of the food being prepared in the kitchen. You relax as the sun sets and prepare to enjoy the evening meal...

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History of Borgo di Libbiano


The village of "Libbiano" is located on the top of the "Monte Castagno".

Its origins date back to the 12th century when "Messere Borgatello" gave the "Camaldolesi" friars the Church of "San Pietro" so that the whole village could become a monastery.

We know that throughout the centuries the monastery was then transformed into a farm and that in the 15th century it became the property of the Ardinghelli, one of the most important and famous families of San Gimignano.

Since then, Libbiano has been a wine and olive oil farm.

Bibliography: "History of the Land of San Gimignano" by Luigi Pecori Prelate - Printed in Florence by the "Tipografia Galileiana" in 1853

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