Guided by their devotion to the landscape and artistic patrimony, the artisans preserved the essence of time in their restoration. The suites and villas intertwine gracefully amid Sangiovese vineyards, redolent gardens, walks along the Ombrone River, a cornucopia of culinary delicacies, and soon-to-be-realized Tom Weiskopf championship course and Apothecary Garden Spa. Members benefit from a legacy membership, passed down to generations, perpetuating the patronage to the land and its treasures—just as Ferragamo and his friends conceived from the creation. Castiglion del Bosco, a legendary 800-year-old kingdom spanning nearly 4,200 acres on the ancient pilgrimage route from Canterbury to Rome, began its new life in 2003 when Massimo Ferragamo and a group of friends acquired it to create a unique private membership club—a haven for members to rejuvenate themselves amidst a genuine landscape where past and present blend, where the only duty is to preserve the exquisite land in the heart of Val d’Orcia Natural Park. Its purpose realized, Castiglion del Bosco invites you to savor its spirit of wellness, nature, gastronomy, and culture, to revel in the splendorous embrace of Il Borgo’s 23 sumptuous club suites or its nine (ultimately 20) restored villas, luxuriously lavished with gardens, infinity pools, and guesthouses. It’s paradise—Italian style!