The 1000 Miglia Hotel is located in Monteroni d’Arbia, in central southern Tuscany on the Via Cassia that connects Rome to Florence, about 10 km from Siena, on the Via Francigena one kilometer from the town of Monteroni
d'Arbia, 12 kilometers from Buonconvento, 6 from Murlo, 25 from Montalcino, and 20/40 minutes from other places of historical interest: San Gimignano, San Quirico, Pienza, Montepulciano Monte Amiata; Landscape:
the Crete Senesi, the Chianti, the Val d’Orcia the Val d'Arbia the Val di Merse; and Thermal Baths: Bagno Vignoni, Rapolano Terme, Petriolo and Bagni di San Filippo.
The village of Monteroni d'Arbia, very close to Siena, of rural origins with its medieval remains such as the fourteenth-century mill still well preserved, the Grancia di Cuna, an ancient granary owned by Santa Maria della Scala and the village of Lucignano, an ancient feud , is crossed by the Via Francigena which was an important transit destination for pilgrims traveling on foot to Rome.
Monteroni is well connected with Siena by bus, train, or even by bicycle (given the flat nature of the area).
The management of the hotel is on a family level and this allows us to be particularly attentive to the satisfaction of our guests, to whom we try to provide the most suitable solutions for every request.
Opportunities: by bicycle or mountain bike, you can travel along paths in the woods or on the Crete, or through the Val d'Arbia, breathing pure air and admiring suggestive landscapes in continuous change of colors according to the seasons. It is also possible to visit the Etruscan museum of Murlo or that of the sharecropping of Buonconvento, the Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, still inhabited by friars, located in one of the most beautiful landscapes in Tuscany.
The hotel is located right along the Via Cassia, on which every year, in May passes the famous 1000 Miglia, a race and "challenge" of vintage cars, and the Via Francigena, an imported passage for pilgrims who go on foot to Rome.