Tuscany villa 902,italy

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This is the way in which Cesare Merciai, the Villa’s current owner will greet you. This magnificent Villa
was built during the first decade of the 16th century and became the residence of Leopold II, Grand
Duke of Tuscany, during the reclamation of the Maremma land.

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Tuscany villa 902,italy

  1. 1. Villa 902 Fact SheetTuscany Villa 902Tuscany, ItalyKEY INFORMATION: Rating Beds Baths Sleeps Weekly Low Weekly High Weekly Peak 10 10 18 EUR €30,000 EUR €37,000 EUR €37,000VILLA IMAGES(c) VillaGetaways.com www.villagetaways.com/italy/tuscany-902.html
  2. 2. Villa 902 Fact Sheet(c) VillaGetaways.com www.villagetaways.com/italy/tuscany-902.html
  3. 3. Villa 902 Fact SheetVILLA DESCRIPTIONVILLA 902 IN TUSCANY, ITALYThis is the way in which Cesare Merciai, the Villa’s current owner will greet you. This magnificent Villawas built during the first decade of the 16th century and became the residence of Leopold II, GrandDuke of Tuscany, during the reclamation of the Maremma land. It then passed into the hands of theMerciai family, and has been recently transformed into a "Historical House" open to all those whosewish it is to allow themselves a different type of break, to discover the beautiful surroundings rich inhistory and art. The aim is to provide all of the castles guests with the opportunity to live as the nobilityof the 16th century with all the modern comforts of the 21st century.ServicesThe Villa offers its guests something different for every moment of the day; an indoor and outdoor(c) VillaGetaways.com www.villagetaways.com/italy/tuscany-902.html
  4. 4. Villa 902 Fact Sheetdining room, the bar-lounge and the swimming pool. On request, many different services can bearranged such as cooking demonstrations/lessons, painting lessons, massages, private chauffeurdriven car hire, guided tours to the local medieval villages such as Bolgheri, Castagneto Carducci,Populonia, Massa Marittima, Volterra and to the nearby artistic cities of Lucca, Pisa, Siena andFlorence, visits to the wineries and olive oil mills of the areas most famous producers, excursions todiscover the beautiful coastline of the Tuscan Archipelago with the Castles private day-cruiser.RoomsAfter a very careful restoration, there are 5 double rooms and 6 suites available. Each room is diverse incolour, type, view and furnishings, while all combining elegance and modern day comforts: airconditioning, minibar, safe, satellite colour television, telephone with internet access.LocationAlong the Via Aurelia, looking out onto the Maremma coastline, just opposite the Island of Elba youwill find the Villa. Its half way between Lucca and Siena and just a short distance away from manyimportant tourist destinations and along the much sought after eno-gastronomical route, along whichwe find stops such as the famous "GAMBERO ROSSO" restaurant in San Vincenzo.This Villa is the ideal destination for those who decide to escape from the noisy city life and for thosewho are interested in discovering the real Tuscan Maremma. This corner of Tuscany is gaining moreand more fame as it is frequented by many famous people, such as Sarah Fergusson, The Duchess ofYork and Count Gaddo Della Gherardesca, whilst also being the home of some of the most prestigiouswine producers such as Marquis Niccolò Incisa della Rocchetta along with Piero e Ludovico Antinoriand many others. These families produce wines famous all around the world such as "Sassicaia","Ornellaia", "Gualdo al Tasso" and "Lupicaia".(c) VillaGetaways.com www.villagetaways.com/italy/tuscany-902.html

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