Some experts claim that Castello Delle Quattro Torra is depicted in the 1339 fresco "The Allegory of Good Government" in Siena's Palazzo Pubblico. As a guest here, you can decide for yourself, since the bus stop is less than a mile away, and buses depart every five minutes to the city center. This convenience is an added attraction at the castle, which originally belonged to an aristocratic feudal family from Siena. In the loving care of the Ponticelli family since 1885, the property, complete with four towers and battlements, is now a bed and breakfast. Given that there are only three accommodations, privacy is assured. The apartment offers a separate entrance, master bedroom, kitchen, living room with fireplace, original wood beam ceiling and views of the medieval open-air courtyard and Tuscan countryside. In addition, one bedroom features charming brickwork and a cathedral ceiling while the other (in one of the towers) has two levels, a master bedroom and a spacious bath. Tables and chairs are scattered about the Italianate gardens, and when you are not exploring the surrounding olive groves and medieval hamlets, you can relax amid fragrant peonies, myrtle and roses.