Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Good experiencePosted Jan 6, 2015 on Hotels.com
This is a experience to live in a 15 century old small castle. This building was build as military outpost to guard the Siena as I learned from the owner. If you go please ask for the room at the top of the tower which will give you beautiful 4 side view of the Tuscany rolling hill. Plus the room and bath were newer. It took 15 mins. car drive from Siena. I don't know if you can get Taxi to pick you up. We live in a family apartment at lower level. It was spacious but not well updated room and bath.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 25, 2014
We stayed in the 2 room apartment which was perfect for our family of four. Just a short drive from Sienna. The views from the castle were breathtaking. Breakfast was nice.
for Everyoneby Tac
Amazing!!!Posted Sep 23, 2013
Do it. Trust me! Great time. Nice place, lovely breakfast, great wifi, nice view in the towers. I stayed in the blue room. Loved it. I'm now sending my parents here next year.
for Everyoneby Monicafrom Jamaica
Super super specialPosted Jun 21, 2013
Pros: It's a really old castle... Nicola is an outstanding host ... Cooking classes
Location: In farm And with a view of siena. Olive groves.
Super Super special for anyone looking for a place that is interesting and unusual. Nicola our host engaging, friendly and interesting. Cooking classes at farmhouse a must. Views from room 3 wonderful. A must stay. 10 minute drive to siena. Need to be able to walk up a few stairs!
for Everyoneby Lisafrom NY
Great place to stay with amazing viewsPosted Nov 22, 2012
Pros: Great views
Location: 5 minutes from Siena by car
This is a great place to stay if you enjoy castles. It is very close to Siena by car (about 5 minutes away). There are great views of the surrounding vineyards and of Siena from the castle. Our host Nicola was extremely helpful and gave us great tips on where to go and great directions.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Atlanta, GA
Spectacular views and fabulous hostsPosted Dec 22, 2010
Quattro Torra was our home in Tuscany for 8 days and it was the best part of a fabulous vacation. The hosts Nicola and Laura ware freindly and very helpful. The breakfasts in the private dining room each morning was delightful and our hosts were eager to help with any questions, directions or assistance we might need. Most of the time we felt like we had the place to ourselves. The castle is beautiful and the area is gorgeous, even in December. The place is maintained incredibly well. If you're looking for 5 star comfort, convenience, full service staff, and resort-type amenities find another location. If you want someplace quiet and serene that is historic and beautiful with a relaxing atmosphere there's no place better. There are a lot of stairs. No elevators in the 13 century and it would be a violation to the architecture and atmosphere to add one. I wouldn't change a thing about the place!
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Boston, MA
king of the castle!Posted May 12, 2010
This is a great bed and breakfast outside the walls of Siena. Be sure you let them know before you arrive...after all it is a castle and they won't hear you if you knock! The views are spectular and the atmosphere is charming. I would suggest having a rental car with you during your stay.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Edmond, Oklahoma
The Tuscan ExperiencePosted May 5, 2010
The stay at the Four Towers was a major highlight of our vacation in Italy. After driving down the Chianti Trail all day, with the sun close to the horizon, we topped a hill, and there is was, about the most enchanting place you could possibly stay in Tuscany. The accommodations where plain (antique-ish), but the midevil feel of the castle trumps everything. It was April, cool and green for as far as the eye could see. Opening the windows in the morning displayed fog-covered, rolling hills. The surrounding olive trees were being trimmed. We asked, and were given a lesson in the proper way to trim an olive tree. Nicola, our host, was a charming Italian man with doable English. He was walking up from the fields as we drove up the cypress-lined road to the castle. Don't expect the Ritz-Carlton here, it is a 13th century castle! Castello delle Quattro Torra was an experience my wife and I will never forget. This is why I came to Italy!!!!