I’m not sure whether its a good or bad thing, but during my visit to Tuscany I did not leave my hotel. To be fair, there wasn’t much reason to…
The hotel I stayed in is called Borgo Santo Pietro and it was nothing short of amazing. It is definitely more than just your ordinary hotel, it in fact, is an estate, featuring a grand 13th century villa, vegetable and herb gardens, a farm with chickens and llamas and some of the most beautiful grounds I have ever seen. Apart from the luscious accommodations and gardens, Borgo Santo Pietro also boasts a Michelin Star restaurant in which they only use ingredients from their own, or local Tuscan farms. This “farm to table” concept was a huge drawing factor for me as I love healthy food, especially when I can see where it was pulled out of the ground. The food in Italy is delicious as it is but this really takes it to a whole other level.
I spent my 3 days here wandering in the gardens, relaxing by the pool and in the spa and working from my 13th century style room. It was truly luxurious and a great place to relax and reset from all of my recent, non-stop, travels.
Now I am off on a 5 hour drive, luckily a smooth one thanks to Bentley, to my next location.
Outfit details// White skirt by Bardot, Body suit by Monday Swimwear, Cardigan by Alaia, Bag by Prada, Shoes by Balletonette // Swimwear by Monday Swimwear, Bag from Italy, Necklace by Carbon and Hyde, Bracelets by Celine, Hat by San Diego Hats // Silk top by Reformation, Pants by Rag and Bone, Shell Clutch by Kayu from Revolve // White linen dress from Reformation //
All looks truly amazing, you deserve to enjoy it!
I am also going to travel some Italy in the summer so I am intrigued at your next stop.
Italy is literally gorgeous and so are you!!! I adore your bag swell.
Looking gorgeous, dear! xx
Where is that white dress from? It’s gorgeous
obsessed with your style and travel photos!!!! gorgeous!!!
So beautiful! Where is your wrap around ring from? I love it!
the Prada bag !!