Our best proposal for tourists who want to stay in the center of Pienza are these charming apartments and rooms, a stone’s throw from the central square Piazza Pio II. Live a few days in the ideal City of the Renaissance, UNESCO World Heritage Site.



The apartments and rooms are the ideal solution to discover that beautiful village. The house is situated just steps from the historic center, with garden and private parking available for guests. Tastefully furnished apartments and rooms, all the comforts and amenities for an unforgettable holiday.



From the terrace of your apartment you will feel that you can touch the bell tower of the cathedral. In the house there are apartments and double rooms for all needs. Rooms and apartments are tastefully furnished and feature all the comforts for an ideal and relaxing stay. A lovely garden complete the structure. 



All double rooms are tastefully furnished and equipped with private bathroom. Each room leads to a living room with kitchen that serves as a “lobby” in common with the other guests.



There are two apartments. Each of them has three spacious double bedrooms with private bathroom. The apartments are composed of kitchen and comfortable living room.



The house offers free WiFi, non-smoking accommodation and a garden. The accommodation units come with heating, a wardrobe, a desk, and a private bathroom with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries.



At the guest house, the rooms are equipped with a desk, a TV and a private bathroom. 


Guests at the accommodation will be able to enjoy activities in and around Pienza, like cycling.

Siena is 39 km from Appartamenti Cardinali, while Arezzo is 46 km away. The nearest airport is Perugia San Francesco d’Assisi Airport, 67 km from the guest house. 



Rooms and rates

#From May to September and festivityFrom October to April
Night90 euro80 euro
Week590 euro530 euro


#From May to September and festivityFrom October to April




Pienza is a gem, set among the gentle Tuscan hills, a place out of the time where a magical atmosphere reigns. Pienza is also the perfect starting point to visit Val d’Orcia and its beauties. Within a few minutes you can easily reach Montepulciano, San Quirico d’Orcia, Bagno Vignoni, Monticchiello and Montalcino… The ideal place for nature lovers, with many trails and itineraries to go on foot or by bike. A dream for those who want to relax and discover the food and wine excellence and the specialties of the territory. You can visit the beautiful cellars of the area or the dairies of typical pecorino cheese




Pienza is small, but it’s a really interesting village, despite its size. Its architecture has made it famous all over the world.


In the first place I would definitely be Piazza Pio II, the main square of Pienza.
On this square there are the Duomo or Cathedral of Assunta, the Municipal Palace, Pallazzo Borgia and Palazzo Piccolomini. All buildings to visit.


Piazza Pius II is crossed by Corso Rossellino, which runs through the village from “Porta al Prato” to “Porta al Ciglio”. This is the street in which the main business, shops, bars and restaurants are concentrated.
Very famous in Pienza is also the Pecorino cheese (sheep milk cheese) that you can buy right in this street.


Just off the Door to the Meadow, crossing the public gardens, you will find Santa Caterina . An avenue that runs along Pienza and overlooks the wonderful Valley below, the Val D’Orcia.
Give yourself a walk in this place, better if at sunset time and with a camera. The sunsets from here are among the best you can see. Not to mention the “sweet” church you will see in this boulevard. It is called “Church of St. Catherine” and dates back to the end of the 17th century.


Another Pienza panorama that will offer you a beautiful view of the Val D’Orcia is Via del Casello, overlooking 3 picturesque streets: Via del Bacio, Via della Fortuna and Via del Amore .


Follow the directions from the center of Pienza, or just ask, and go to the Pieve di Corsignano. It is less than a kilometer from the center and is the church where Pope Pius II was baptized.
This Romanesque church dates back to the 7th century but the present style dates back to the 12th century. It is located in a wonderful location from which you can continue and reach the famous street where the “Gladiator” (Campi Elisi) was shot, and is surrounded by a garden where, on sunny days, you can meditate or just take a break from the outside world.