The Cloister

An ancient medieval door introduces the enchanted atmosphere you can find in the cloister, which also houses the ancient stone well.

The cloister space, characterized by elegant Ionic style colonnades, is the heart of the Convento San Bartolomeo and connects the outdoor spaces, namely the garden and the belvedere, to the indoor spaces, such as the Sala Capitolare and the Sala del Refettorio.

The cloister is the perfect place to host weddings and events, whether they are intimate or highly evocative.

Historic Garden

During the summer the garden area, surrounded by ancient walls, is the perfect place where to organize an aperitif or to enjoy moments of pure relax in the silence of nature, under the shadow of the big walnut tree, in a space that preserves the flavor of the ancient “friars’ garden”.

The garden has in fact kept its original structure. From here a small and discreet little door opens directly onto the square overlooked by the adjacent church.

Historic Garden

During the summer the garden area, surrounded by ancient walls, is the perfect place where to organize an aperitif or to enjoy moments of pure relax in the silence of nature, under the shadow of the big walnut tree, in a space that preserves the flavor of the ancient “friars’ garden”.

The garden has in fact kept its original structure. From here a small and discreet little door opens directly onto the square overlooked by the adjacent church.

The Belvedere

In the back of the building, in the quiet silence of the wood surrounding it, there is a wide space that overlooks the splendid landscapes of the Val di Paglia, where the Rocca di Radicofani, also known as Torre di Ghino di Tacco, triumphs from afar.

This wide space, surrounded by an orderly row of cypresses, makes the Convent guests the protagonists of a suggestive postcard immersed in the landscape of an uncontaminated Tuscany.