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Recent Lucca reviews

  • wonderful property! excellent host! Loved Lucca!

    "We loved our stay in Lucca - and this wonderful apartment made us feel at home. The unit was clean and very well appointed - easy to prepare meals and be comfortable. The location is excellent with great shopping, dining and interesting historical points all within walking distance. Our manager host, Eva, was absolutely wonderful - very helpful in getting us around the great city of Lucca and suggesting the best spots for dining and must-see points. We would definitely stay here again!"
    Guest: Adam C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 2014
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  • Wonderful Villa and service received

    "We spent two wonderful weeks at this villa in September this year. The description and photographs of the property are entirely representative: there are no unpleasant surprises. We were delighted with the property, the location and the service we received. Both the main villa and the hayloft are spacious and comfortable. The pool is amazing and very well equipped with a soft sunbed for each of the 10 of us. The location is certainly perfect for sightseeing, shops are within a three minute drive and the villages of Segromigno, Camigliano and the wonderful Montecarlo which has plenty of good restaurants, are very close. Lucca is very accessible (within a 10 mins drive), as are other medieval, hilltop towns. But we found sitting by the pool or enjoying a meal or glass of wine in the garden equally appealing prospects. Mrs Sonia and her aunt were very friendly, took care of any small problem, and also hosted a visit at the winery for us, which we all enjoyed. Mrs Cristina cooked dinner for us on our last night, and it was spectacular! Everyone in our party of 10 would look forward to another opportunity to stay at the villa in the future. Thanks Sonia!"
    Guest: Angela S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 25, 2014
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  • Magical view and serene setting

    "A lovely home in a beautiful setting - we really enjoyed our time at Traimonti, where we spent a week there in July 2014. Overlooking the quaint ancient village of San Andrea Di Compito and the green hills beyond, Traimonti is a reflection of Anna and Angelo’s dream, an idyllic spot nestled in an extensive olive plantation. The house is well-appointed and designed and built to the highest standards - more than enough space for a family or two couples. The weather was good during our stay, and we really enjoyed spending time at your pool, a pool with perhaps the very best view in the world! Other highlights for us included exploring and walking around Lucca - a most picturesque city - and several dinners at Tre Tigli, where the staff are very friendly and the pizzas quite delicious, thin and crisp. On our last night we went to see Madame Butterfly at Torre del Lago, which was very special and a great end to our stay. Thank you for being prepared to allow us to stay for a little while in this magical setting, it was such a super stay, and we hope to return someday. Thank you Anna and Angelo, we enjoyed meeting you both."
    Guest: Ant Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: November 26, 2014
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  • A home away from home

    "This is a wonderful place to stay in Lucca if you are there for five days or more (and it is certainly a city worth spending time in). It is perfect for those with mobility issues because there is an elevator to reach the apartment door. The flat itself has everything you could want - a fully equipped kitchen including all the basic provisions to make a meal, such as olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The bathroom is new and recently done as Sonia told us and has a an excellent shower and is well lit. The living room is very comfortable, with quality couches. There is useful reading material in English about Lucca. And importantly, the bed, in a separate bedroom with good cupboard space is also very comfortable. The highlight for us was the view and the interiors - relaxing for having lunch or a glass of wine at the table, and being able to gaze around at Lucca's architectural wonders. There is a high quality grocery/delicatessen/wine shop practically next door (to the right from the front door) selling the best of Tuscan produce, and a very large supermarket tucked away downstairs in an arcade to the left just a minute's walk away. We tried a variety of local restaurants. We had several outstanding culinary experiences, and preferred the unpretentious osteria which offer limited menus of good home style Tuscan cooking and decent house wine for very reasonable prices. Lucca is a small city, and all its major attractions are within an easy stroll of the apartment. It also makes a good base to explore the Tuscan countryside or for a day trip to Florence. Not having a car we booked a day trip with local guide, to visit some wineries to try the famous red wines of Montecarlo. This was a great day out with a very engaging and knowledgeable guide. We highly recommend a stay in this Tuscan flat. Jane & Mat NY USA"
    Guest: The Globetrotters J. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 7, 2015
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