The restaurant is very light and spacious and boasts a superb kitchen.
Management is in the hands of the Societá Cucinamo, owned by Carolina e Giada.
The clubhouse of Ugolino is an example of the futuristic or art deco style of architecture that was prevalent in the 1930s. The architect was Ghirardo Bosio, a noted city planner of the fascist period. It is a listed building, protected by the Florentine Institute Responsible for Cultural Heritage. The building sits strategically on top of a hill surrounded by meadowlands, filled with cypresses and pines. All 18 holes are laid out in a circle around the clubhouse.
The building itself is a three-story construction. The ground floor has management offices and locker rooms. The first floor is dedicated to a spacious bar, a restaurant, and a lounge. Surrounding this floor is a huge terrace giving marvelous panoramic views of the hilly countryside. The second floor has a card room, a billiard room, and a terrace which overlooks the eighteenth green.