The road sign for ‘pizzeria’ is misleading: nothing so mundane here. Tables overlook a magical garden of pergolas, waterfalls, vines and wisteria; Castello di Murlo hangs in the distance. Imaginatively restored and landscaped, these former farmhouse cellars in medieval Lupompesi have strikingly modern interiors and old Tuscan beams and terracotta; architecturally it is an interesting restoration. The restaurant, a cool space of open arches, raftered ceiling and sleek furniture, serves classic regional dishes (pizza in the summer only) accompanied by 180 wines. Reached down a series of impersonal corridors, the super comfy suites, each with fridge, sink and double hob, have terraces, big divans and furniture made by local craftsmen. Blankets are neatly rolled, colours white and conker brown, beds hi-tech four-poster, bedcovers faux suede, shower rooms designery. All this and a wine bar, library, small gym, slimline pool (suitable for lengths only) and garden spots filled with tinkling water and views. A smoothly run and relaxed operation, popular with wedding parties, too.