Castelfalfi, the elegant Italian golf resort, has opened a new stylish clubhouse and launched a short-break package.
Travel options are limited at the moment, and as the Autumn nights draw in, many of us are still desperately hoping for one last hoorah in the summer sun.
Well, all is not lost.
At the time of writing Italy is still on the government’s “safe list”, meaning we aren’t required to quarantine when returning back to the UK.
So that in itself is an excellent excuse to go and visit Toscana Resort Castelfalfi.
This beautiful resort is found nestled in the rolling hills of Tuscany, and we think the picture above speaks for itself about how magical it is.
It’s also a great time to visit because the venue has just opened its new luxury golf country clubhouse, so make sure you stop by after you’ve taken on one or both of the on-site courses.
Constructed with recycled oak and reclaimed stone and marble, we admire the eco-friendly nature of the building just as much as the stunning panoramic views.
Feasting on regional dishes and organic wine from the estate’s vineyards whilst taking in the breathtaking Tuscan countryside just sounds absolutely awful doesn’t it?
Going back to the golf, the courses are split into the 18-hole Mountain Course and the 9-hole Lake Course. The latter is perfect for beginners or for those who don’t want to spend ALL afternoon out on the fairways (there is a lot of eating and drink to do after all).
To help tempt you over there, Castelfalfi has created a three-night ‘Golf Short Break’ package with prices starting from £721 per person. This includes three-nights’ accommodation at the luxury Hotel Il Castelfalfi, breakfast, a four-course meal for one, two complimentary green fees for the Mountain Course, and unlimited spa access.
For more information and to book, visit www.castelfalfi.com.