|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
This is a great rental accommodation in Tuscany for families with children or a group of friends. In addition to the swimming pool, there’s a wood oven for making homemade pizzas, a furnished terrace to enjoy outdoor dining, and a sauna for relaxation after a busy day of sightseeing.
This villa in the countryside is surrounded by a garden with trees, plants, and landscaped lawns. There is a terrace furnished with a barbecue and a table with chairs that overlook the private swimming pool (12m x 6m). Parking is available within the property grounds.
Basement: There is a sauna and steam bath.
Ground Floor: There is a living room with couches and chairs and a dining area with a table with chairs. The kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, toaster, coffee maker, and dishwasher. The laundry room has a washing machine. There is also a bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower.
First Floor: A staircase leads up to six bedrooms and four bathrooms. The first, second, third, and fourth bedrooms each have a queen-sized bed. The fifth and sixth bedrooms each have two single beds. The first and second bathrooms each have a sink, toilet, and shower and the third and fourth bathrooms each have a sink, toilet, shower, and tub. This floor has access to a terrace.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash.
Cook Service: Upon request
Extra Housekeeping: 15-20 Euros per hour
Transfer Service: Upon request
Concierge Service: Upon request
Internet USB Key: Upon request
Air conditioning is only available in the bedrooms.
Internet is accessed through a USB key. Must be requested in advance.
Use of the sauna for 2 hours per day is included.
Housekeeping is provided for 3 hours per day, 3 days per week. Additional Housekeeping can be arranged for an additional fee.
The property is located two kilometers from a small village with food shops and about 16 kilometers from the walled city of Lucca. Lucca is worth enjoying simply for its medieval charm, but there are also a number of interesting sights to visit. The Duomo di San Martino and the Church of San Michele in Foro are both gorgeous examples of period architecture, while the Casa di Puccini, where the composer was born, has been transformed into a small museum in his honor. You can also climb the 130-foot Torre Guinigi, but on the other hand viewing the tree-topped tower from below might be just as enjoyable… and a lot less work! Day trips can include Pisa, Viareggio, and Florence. Florence: 100 km Viareggio (beaches): 63 km Pisa: 47 km Lucca: 16 km Gragnano: 2 km