Tuscany, of course, has a lot to offer. Its countryside is famously beautiful. Its cities hold countless artistic treasures. But La Bandita Townhouse highlights one of Tuscany’s attractions that is often overlooked: the sweetness of village life.

Sheeps Comes to Town!

My name is John Voigtmann, and I am the owner and manager of La Bandita Townhouse as well as its sister property La Bandita, located nearby in the countryside…

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The Area

Pienza is the heart of Tuscany, both geographically as well as symbolically, as it sits in the midst of some of the most photographed landscapes in Italy…

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See the property

La Bandita Townhouse is a 12-room luxury boutique hotel tucked inside the historic center of Pienza, a tiny Renaissance jewel of a village in southern Tuscany…

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Read the press

Sitting in the rolling hills of southern Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia, the Townhouse o￿ers easy access to the nearby wine capitals of Montalcino and Montepulciano, with their Old World tasting rooms and ancient architecture. > Download

Houston Chronicle

New York-raised hotelier John Voigtmann has good instincts. When he came across an abandoned farmhouse in Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia in 2001, he realised it offered a far better chance of fulfilment than his job as a record-company executive. Six years later, that farmhouse opened as La Bandita, a stylish, eight-bedroom retreat, and it proved hugely popular.
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Condé Nast Traveller

Last year, owner John voigtmann opened a centro storico version of his tuscan dream in a former palazzo and convent in Pienza, one of the region’s most beautiful hill towns.
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Gourmet Traveller

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