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Villa in Radicofani
Villa Poggio Fibbia
Steep yourself in Tuscan history, culture and cuisine at Villa Poggio Fibbia. This beautifully renovated farmhouse is just a half-mile from the fortress at Radicofani, in a medieval village that garnered mentions in both Dante’s Divine Comedy and Boccaccio’s Decameron. Today, this vacation rental features a lovingly curated mix of traditional and modern decor and five bedrooms—the perfect Val d’Orcia escape for groups of up to ten friends or family members. Look out over the hills of Tuscany or up to the fortress tower from outdoor living areas with an infinity pool, loungers and a barbecue. During the hottest parts of the day, retreat to the shade of the al-fresco sitting and dining areas; in the evenings, relax inside by the flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and fireplace. Though it still has the architectural charm of the region’s traditional homes, Villa Poggio Fibbia is a modern masterpiece inside. Its beamed ceilings and stone floors are juxtaposed with sleek furnishings in the living and dining rooms, as well as playful details like orange fabric or a trompe-l’oeil wall painting. The fully equipped kitchen is equally stylish and functional, too. This luxury property has two bedrooms with king beds, a primary bedroom with a double bed, and one bedroom with two twin beds. The fifth bedroom, ideal for families on holiday with children, has a French queen bed and a twin bed. All five bedrooms have private en-suite bathrooms. Spend your stay simply enjoying the villa or exploring the area. It’s well worth the climb to the Radicofani fortress for both the views and the history, not to mention the 15-minute walk to the nearest village, where you can stop for a drink in one of the bars or sit down to a honeymoon-worthy dinner in one of the restaurants. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: Double size bed, Walk-in closet, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower with chromotherapy & bathtub with hand-held shower • Bedroom 2: French Queen bed, 1 twine size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower with chromotherapy • Bedroom 3: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with combo shower/bathtub, Balcony • Bedroom 4: 2 Twin size bed (can be converted into a double bed), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower with chromotherapy • Bedroom 5: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with combo shower/bathtub FEATURES & AMENITIES • Alarm system OUTDOOR FEATURES • Lounge area STAFF & SERVICES Included:  • Linen change - every Saturday • Light housekeeping - every Wednesday (2 hrs per day) • Towel change - every Wednesday and Saturday • Air conditioning consumption • Heating consumption At Extra Cost – advance notice may be required: • Activities and excursions • Additional housekeeping (40 euros/hour) (Advance notice required)
$1,618 per night
Villa in Montalcino
Villa La Palazzetta
Wake up early to catch the morning sun as it hits the mist in Val d’Orcia, turning the entire valley gold. You’ll have quite the view from this 5-acre hilltop villa 7-minute’s walk from Montalcino’s center. When the mist settles, set out to explore the property’s private vineyard and olive grove. Then, walk into town for breakfast. And, make sure to pick up some Brunello di Montalcino for later.  Lovingly-restored, this 1600’s farmhouse has been updated with a state of the kitchen, in-floor heating and cooling, and the highest-end electronics and appliances. Staying true to its roots, Villa La Palazetta also boasts a private cantina and wine cellar, wood-burning pizza oven, and rustic fire pit. Dine outside amongst the mountain views. After dinner, issue a challenge on the night-lit bocce court.  Make that home-cooked meal extra-special and get the concierge to book an in-house Italian cooking lesson. The professional kitchen is the perfect place to learn how to hand-make pasta and combine fresh local produce. When the party inevitably moves to the terrace, cool off in the swimming pool, or sample the finest local wines around the alfresco dining set.  Rather dine out? Walk into Montalcino and wander within their historic city walls, where high-quality restaurants, bakeries, and gelato shops line the streets. Take a day trip to Siena and explore the museums, galleries, and churches of the ancient Renaissance city. And, wine tours of the World-famous Brunelle Vineyards are a great way to see all the different areas and landscapes of Val d’Orcia. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary : King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower and bathtub, Safe • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower    • Bedroom 3: 2 Twin size beds, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Safe • Bedroom 4: Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Safe   OUTDOOR FEATURES • Pergola  STAFF & SERVICES Included • Firewood for outside pizza oven  • Welcome gift • More under “What this place offers” below Extra cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • Wine tasting  • Babysitting • Cooking classes  • More under “Add-on services” below
$2,319 per night
Villa in Lucca
Villa Petra
Sculpted bodies at play offer inspiration by the pool of this pastel-hued Tuscan home. Umbrellas shelter poolside loungers, and wisteria shades the outdoor dining area. Beamed ceilings, cotto floors, and candy-colored paneling lend a traditional feel to renovated rooms. It’s a few kilometers to the village of Pieve Santo Stefano and its diary museum, and a few more to Lucca’s historic center. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM Apartment 1 • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Bidet, Television, Sofa, Safe, Fireplace, Terrace • Bedroom 2: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Dual vanity, Bidet, Lounge area • Bedroom 3: 2 Twin size beds (can be converted to a king), Shared access to hallway bathroom with stand-alone rain shower • Bedroom 4: 2 Twin size beds (can be converted to a king), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower Apartment 2 • Bedroom 5: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone rain shower, Dual vanity, Television, Air conditioning, Heating, Ceiling fan, Terrace FEATURES & AMENITIES • Chef’s kitchen • Wine cooler • Tasting room STAFF & SERVICES Included: • Linen change - weekly Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions
$2,363 per night

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All about Tuscany

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World-famous sights

With such a storied history, it’s no surprise that Tuscany is packed with must-visit wonders and Unesco heritage sites. Perhaps the most famous across the world is the leaning tower of Pisa. The bell tower with its wedding-cake tiers started to lean while it was being built during the 12th century, and rather than start over, construction simply continued, with one side built taller than the other in an effort to compensate. The lean was stabilized through restoration work in the late 20th century and has been featuring in amusing vacation photos ever since.

Down the road from Pisa, the city of Florence boasts multiple world-famous attractions - including Michelangelo’s David. This bigger-than-life-size statue (it’s an incredible 17ft tall) was completed in 1504 and has been considered one of the finest works of sculpture ever created, ever since. Located in Florence’s famed Uffizi gallery, crowds gather daily to marvel at the work. If you want to see it for yourself book tickets ahead of time - or if time is short, keep an eye out for the replica statue that stands outside the museum, in Piazza della Signoria.

Also in Florence, the green and white marble facade of the immense cathedral known as Il Duomo will take your breath away when you see it for the first time. Topped by an immense red-tiled dome, built by Brunelleschi, it is a staggering feat of Renaissance building expertise and is a must-visit for anyone interested in history or engineering. Our Florence vacation rentals made a great base for days spent exploring the rich history of these two cities.

A feast for foodies

Besides being the home of the Renaissance, Tuscany is famous the world over for another captivating export - red wine. For many years Italian wine was synonymous with Chianti served in straw-covered bottles on red-checkered tablecloths in Italian restaurants across the world. In reality, there’s a lot more to the wines of the region if you look below the surface.

One you really must try is Brunello di Montalcino, produced in the vineyards surrounding the town of Montalcino an hour’s drive south of Florence. Made from 100% Sangiovese grapes. The most famous are produced by the Biondi-Santi vineyard - and you can taste the magic for yourself with a winery tour. It’s one of the world’s most collectible wines, great for storing and enjoying in years to come, so try to bring back a bottle or two if you can. If you’re interested in learning more about Italian wine on vacation, your Luxury Retreats concierge can organize vineyard tours, private wine tastings and more.

Tuscany most famous dishes pair perfectly with the bold red wines of the region - perhaps none more so than bistecca Fiorentina -  a huge T-bone steak (most often the dish is served for two people) cooked over a charcoal fire and served rare with nothing more than a sprinkle of good quality salt. If a meat feast is not for you, Tuscany is also famous for hearty and delicious soups - such as Ribollita - a delicious reduction of tomatoes, cannellini beans and bread that will keep you going for hours.

Where to stay in Tuscany

From charming stone estates to city apartments in the heart of the action, whatever you’re looking for, we have a luxury home in Tuscany to fit the bill.

At home in the city

Exploring Florence is on many traveler’s bucket lists - and our centrally located apartments are just the ticket for an inspiring city break. If you’re planning a romantic escape, our charming one-bedroom apartments will be ideal. Alternatively, if you’re traveling with friends and family we have apartments sleeping up to 8 people that you’ll love. What they all have in common is their excellent locations - which will leave you walking distance from the Uffizi gallery, il Duomo and the many fabulous gelaterias and restaurants that surround them.

Country living

Have you been dreaming of really getting away from it all? Then nothing will suit you better than our gorgeous homes in the Tuscan countryside. Nestled in the heart of Chianti country with nothing but green hills covered with vines as far as the eye can see, if you’re looking for some serious R&R we have just the place. With homes sleeping as little as two people or as many as 44, you choose who to bring along with you and we will take care of the rest. Many homes have shaded courtyards, sun terraces or swimming pools that invite you to relax and leave your cares behind. Deep in the countryside you can snooze the day away, head out for a bike ride along the quiet lanes or set off for a tour of the local vineyard; the choice is yours.

The best of both worlds

If you enjoy mixing up city days or exploring with plenty of down time, our luxury rentals in Siena could be the perfect choice. Many of our homes in the region are just a short drive from the beautiful Medieval city but boast private swimming pools, landscaped grounds and plenty of room for your extended family or group of friends. With sweeping views of the countryside and plenty of peace and quiet, you can choose to spend your days relaxing by the pool, and then dip into city life when the mood strikes.

Similarly, our vacation rentals in Lucca offer the best of city and country living- plenty of space, swimming pools and well-equipped kitchens mean that children and adults alike will be entertained, playing in the pool, catching up on summer reading or cooking up a storm with a glass of Tuscan red in hand.

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