Casale Sterpeti

  • Location: Countryside
    Coast and beaches: 25km (25 mins by car)
    Beautiful Grosseto: 26km (30 mins by car)
    Parco della Maremma: 28km (30 mins by car)
    Saturnia Hot springs: 45km (45 mins by car)
  • Rome Fiumicino (FCO): 156km (1h 45mins by car)
    Pisa Airport (PSA): 181km (2h by car)
    Car recommended
    Free parking

This property offers easy COVID-19 cancellation terms.

Casale Sterpeti is in the middle of the countryside, hidden from the crowd but close to all the main sites.
Simone and Irene know the area very well. Make sure to ask for their favorite beaches, medieval villages, restaurants and wine experiences.

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An introduction to Casale Sterpeti

How would you describe Casale Sterpeti in a nutshell?

The B&B Casale Sterpeti is an authentic Tuscan farmhouse that’s been restored with a modern touch, but without losing its authentic feel. We want our guests to enjoy the experience of staying in an old, rural property in Tuscany while being treated to modern hospitality and amenities.

What was the inspiration/story to open Casale Sterpeti?

In late 2015, we began looking for a property to transition into hospitality and wanted something that was surrounded by countryside while not being too far from the coast. We understood that most people visiting Tuscany want to experience its landscapes of rolling hills, cypress trees and historic villages but would also appreciate being within close proximity to the coast during the hot, summer months.

When we found Casale Sterpeti, it was like an abandoned ruin, but we could immediately see its potential. It combined a quiet setting with beautiful panoramas of vineyards, olive trees and the Mediterranean sea. So when we started renovations, we tried to find a balance between this atmosphere and giving it a modern touch.

How would you describe the atmosphere of Casale Sterpeti?

We’ve tried to retain the quiet, natural atmosphere of Casale Sterpeti and guests often comment that they feel blessed to be staying in a place that’s so full of history and tradition. The property is surrounded by farmlands where there are livestock and wild animals, many of which you can see and hear from the garden.

Sterpeti translates roughly as "wild vegetation”, which is what we found when we arrived at the property in 2015. We worked very hard to create a Mediterranean garden where a variety of herbs now grow, with chairs and chaise lounges provided so guests can contemplate the panorama. It’s a place where they can enjoy the scents wafting from the garden and spot wild animals such as foxes and deer that sometimes pass through. We have people visit from all over the world who are happy to share in this experience while being within easy access of the coast and charming villages.

Do you welcome family/children or is the B&B best suited for couples?

We have two rooms that can accommodate families of three, with an extra bed that can be supplied for one child. But none of the rooms has a kitchen for self-catering and we don’t have a common kitchen available for guests to use.

Comfort Room
Comfort Room
Superior Room
Room views
Comfort Room
Comfort Room
Comfort Room bathroom
Portico
Cooking at Casale Sterpeti
Casale Sterpeti
The gardens
The gardens
Casale Sterpeti setting
Casale Sterpeti setting

Casale Sterpeti rooms & rates

Casale means “farmhouse” in Italian and the current property is comprised of two sections, with eight rooms in total. There are four rooms in the main section and four in the adjacent area, with two different categories available — Comfort and Superior. Both have the same amenities and beautiful views, but the Superior Rooms are slightly bigger and have a wider panorama.

  • Comfort Room for 2 people / 17 m²
    150 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • Air conditioning

    The Comfort Rooms feature a double bed, a bathroom with shower and access to the gardens. Some rooms have views of the sea in the distance, all rooms have beautiful views of the garden.

  • Superior Room for 2-3 people / 20 m²
    160 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)
    • 1 Baby cot (on req.)
    • Air conditioning

    The Superior Rooms feature a double bed, a bathroom with shower and access to the gardens. Some rooms have views of the sea in the distance, all rooms have beautiful views of the garden. Some rooms have space for an extra bed or a baby cot.

Included in the rates
Rates include a delicious home-made breakfast.
Optional extras
Massages, cooking classes and bicycles (even e-bike) available on request directly on the property.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. Babies up to 2 years old stay free of charge. An extra bed at EUR 40 per night is only possible in the Superior Room with direct access from the garden, a baby crib/cot is possible in all the rooms with direct access from the garden. We can't provide an extra bed or baby cot at first floor rooms.
Minimum stay
1 - 6 nights (check calendar for dates)
Check in time
after 14:00
Check out time
before 11:00
Discounts/Special offers
This property offers easy COVID-19 cancellation terms.
Special offer July 1 July 2020 - 31 July 2020
Closed From December to March

Facilities & services

  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • Terrace
  • Maid service
  • Garden
  • Central heating
  • Room service
  • Pets welcome
  • Laundry service
  • Hair dryer

Casale Sterpeti is a bed and breakfast-style accommodation and we’ve become quite well-known for our breakfasts. We wake up very early to bake bread and cakes fresh every morning, as well as offering guests homemade confiture and locally-produced extra virgin olive oil. I believe that breakfast should be indulgent on holidays, so we provide a wide choice, including fresh seasonal fruits and juices, as well as cappuccinos made using a professional machine.

We also provide a concierge service to introduce guests to some of the best places to visit in the surrounding area, including restaurants and hidden beaches that only the locals know. We are also pleased to introduce guests to some of the nearby wineries and help them book a visit where they’ll learn about the wine-making process. Alternatively, guests can enjoy many of the local wines as an aperitivo in our garden during the evening, accompanied by homemade appetizers. We also offer alfresco dinner on the patio during the summer months on request.

In addition, we can help guests to book wine tours or they can hire a bike to explore. It’s also possible to rent a boat to cruise along the coast.

Things to do in Tuscany & Magliano

  • Art / Culture
  • Wine tastings
  • Hiking
  • Sailing / Kayaking
  • Boat trips

Maremma is one of the warmest parts of Tuscany and tourism is on the rise, which I think is due to the combination of the region's rural setting and the investment in wine-making and extra virgin olive oil production. Maremma is also appealing because of its coastline, historic villages and hot springs, as well as having a connection to nature, with several reserves that are ideal for hiking and birdwatching.

We usually make recommendations for guests depending on the season. If you’re visiting in summer, we’d suggest exploring the coastline and beaches, as well as some of the wineries, many of which hold concerts or special events on summer evenings. You also shouldn’t miss visiting some of the historic villages, which feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

If you’re visiting during spring or autumn, then be sure to go to the Terme di Saturnia’s hot springs for a soak. We’d also recommend visiting the wineries during this period, as well as one of the nearby nature reserves, which are ideal to explore when it’s not too hot.

The location of Casale Sterpeti

Casale Sterpeti is located in Maremma, which is a coastal region near the Tuscan border with Lazio. The property is just five minutes’ drive from the village of Magliano, which is well known for its restaurants while being around 20 minutes from the coast with its seafood restaurants. It’s a 30-minute drive from Terme di Saturnia, around an hour’s drive from Siena, two-hours by train will see you in the heart of Rome.

When is the best time to visit Tuscany?

In my experience, anytime between April and the end of November is a good time to visit. But for mild weather, the end of spring/beginning of summer (end of May to the beginning of June) and the end of summer/beginning of autumn (late-August to September) are the ideal times to visit, as you get the best of everything.