The Meublè includes 5 rooms and it’s located in a historical palace at a corner of Piazza Grande. The palace, which after the Council of Trento (1545-1563), was used as a bishop’s seminary, has had several owners including the famous Bellarmino family from which originated St. Roberto Bellarmino (also known as Bellarmino), Jesuit cardinal, bitter opponent of Galileo Galilei, and the Ricci family.
After centuries of decay and neglect by uncaring owners, in 1949 it it was finally restored and became the seat of the prestigious Italian School of Mosaic.
In the eighties, part of the building, completely renovated, was converted into a hotel.
Every spot of the palace recalls its history, in particular the remarkable entrance courtyard, paved with bricks, with round arches on two sides supported by travertine columns of Tuscan order and with a loggia above of Ionic order.
The past of these walls is kept intact for the pleasure of those who know how to appreciate the charm and magic in a serene and peaceful environment.
Each of the five double rooms features a private bathroom, color TV, mini bar, telephone, safe, air conditioning and WIFI internet connection, as well as a fantastic view over the Val di Chiana and the lakes of Montepulciano, Chiusi and Trasimeno.
A beautiful fourteenth-century staircase leads to the Meublé which, among the services offered to customers, also includes a solarium terrace that has no equal because it is located at the highest point of the hill of Poliziano.
There are several common spaces such as the main hall where you could find elegant sofas and antique forniture.
Montepulciano is considered one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. It’s famous for its great food and wine tradition, its historical and cultural importance and breathtaking landscapes. It’s located in the middle of the iconic Tuscan countryside, easy to reach via motorways and railways, it offers the perfect combination for your workation period.
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Getting around the area
The historic centre of Montepulciano can be easily visited on foot. If you prefer not to walk uphill, there is a minibus service at the medieval town entrance gate (Porta al Prato) which can take you up to the Piazza Grande (the top of the hill), from where you can easily walk downhill. To explore the surroundings with maximum flexibility, it is suggested to rent a
car and park it in one of the large parkings at the edges of the historical centre.
Anyway there are convenient bus connections from the central bus station bringing you to Siena, Firenze, Arezzo, Perugia and to all the iconic towns nearby such as Pienza, Montalcino, Bagno Vignoni.
Also, e-bike rental services are a great option to explore more distant wineries while enjoying the panoramic views.
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