We stayed at a wonderful farm called Montestigliano just outside of Rosia, our kids had a ball, made lots of friends, in fact we hardly saw them the whole week, they loved exploring the grounds but really the highlight was the kids cooking class, the children got to prepare the food with a cute little italian chef, they laid the tables in prepartion for the supper and even served us parents. We had parents were overwelmed by their enthusiam and excitment and the meal they produced was fantastic!
Via Tom Benetollo N. 23, Rosia, 53010, it
Good for: Couples
Favorite thing: When we stayed at Il Columbaio we got a little stir crazy once we ran out of vino. Us girls were craving something sweet too. We drove in the direction of Siena (I believe it was in that direction???) and ended up stopping in Rosia at a little bar/store/gelato place and bought several bottles of extremely new (and VERY cheap) chianti, and quenched our sweet tooth with gelato. There's not much in Rosia so you can't really miss this place.