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Immersed in the Tuscan countryside 

Palazzo Tiglio

Palazzo Tiglio lies in the small hamlet of San Pancrazio, perched on a hilltop overlooking the magnificent Valdambra. This small village once belonged to the important Ubertini family of Arezzo before coming under the protection of the Marchesato di Bucine and the Grand Duchy of Florence


Medieval origins

The current Palazzo Tiglio was built in the 17th century on medieval foundations. When restoring the ancient cellars both a medieval water well and ancient grain storages cut in to the rock, thought to be from roman times, were found. 


Noble families 

During history the palazzo has belonged to many different families, both of noble origins and local dignitaries. In the entrance staircase the coat of arms of the previous owners, the Scodellini family has been painted

Palazzo Tiglio before the renovation

Steeped in history

Palazzo Tiglio lies in San Pancrazio,  which stands on a hilltop crossing of the once important Strada dei Procacci, one of the major pilgrim and trade routes that connected the upper Arno valley with the southern part of via Lauretana towards Rome.

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Family owned 

Palazzo Tiglio has been lovingly and painstakingly renovated byt its new owners and decorated with antique furniture and artwork. John Werich and family look forward to welcoming you to Palazzo Tiglio and San Pancrazio. 

Palazzo Tiglio is family run. Our experienced team are dedicated to make your stay an unforgettable experience. We are proud members of Historic Hotels of Europe, Residence d'Epoca and Nest Italy.  


Certificazione n. 11752/051.23

del 20 Febbraio 2023 - Sezione Turismo


Palazzo Tiglio in the media 

A green palazzo

At Palazzo Tiglio we care deeply about the environment. From our home grown flowers on the restaurant tables to the electricity we consume and the products we use.

On the roof of Palazzo Tiglio we have installed state of the art solar panels to reduce our consumption of electricity as much as possible, and the electricity we do buy is from 100% renewable sources. 

At our farm, Poggio all'Olmo, we have a large flower and vegetable garden from were we source as much as possible of our home grown vegetables, herbs and flowers. We furthermore produce our own honey and organic olive oil. 

100% Renewable energy! 

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