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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Lucca reviews

  • Lucca gem

    "A very well-equipped 500 year old (updated!) apartment. Great location, with easy access to the walled centre, with a feeling of being in the country. Hostess and family most attentive. The free use of bikes was much appreciated as well."
    Guest: Terry B. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 8, 2016
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  • Completely satisfied

    "This place is even more beautiful than the photos. The grounds are impeccable, and perfect for kids to safely run around on or just have a leisurely walk. The villa itself was exactly the Tuscan experience we were looking for - tranquil, has it's own impeccable grounds, beautiful views and near walking distance to a lovely little village with great restaurants. The kitchen is awesome and fully equipped to cook yourself a Tuscan meal to eat al fresco. The caretakers are awesome and so helpful. My entire family loved the place, and dream of coming back bringing more people to enjoy it. Highly highly recommend this place."
    Guest: Janice P. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: October 13, 2015
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  • Best Family Vacation Ever!

    "We are home about a week now and I want to write and tell you a bit about our trip to Italy, including our stay in this marvelous farmhouse villa. It was WONDERFUL. We had a few days in NYC, a few days in Venice, and a day on each end for travel, which was lovely all-in-all. But the two weeks in Lucca were just lovely, and beyond our dreams. We jumped right in and felt right at home. We ate at the Osteria di Meati three times I think. I am a vegetarian and immediately fell in love with Mistra di farro…could not get enough! We found a great place to park outside the wall of Lucca, which gave us a quick entrance to the city and gave us a chance to get acquainted with the train station which we used a few times (once to Florence and once to Siena). We were 10 people for a few days, but mostly had 5 in residence at the villa. The location worked out well for the areas we had planned to visit and for the red Fiat we had rented. I had stayed in Florence on a previous trip, but could not believe how crowed it was this time. San Gimignano was very crowded also. Lucca was just perfect! I love the size and pace of the city, and will love to return some day. We noticed how green the countryside was of course, coming from drought-ridden SoCal. And, we loved how fresh the food was. Seven of us went to Chef Paolo Monti's Cooking School for one class, and it was fabulous, and a real high point of the trip. My son is a pretty serious cyclist and brought his bicycle. He was able to do (4) 40+mile rides, including one over the hill to Pisa. He was in heaven! His son loved the flora and fauna of the villa…found slugs, and insects of every conceivable make and model, and practiced his catch-and-release policy. It was a great family trip and I thank you so much for making your Italian home available to us. It was a dream! So, thanks again for everything! It was lovely being there and sooooo tough to leave."
    Guest: Mo Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: September 29, 2015
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  • A Tuscan Castle in the Sky

    ""Ah Perpoli!" said an elderly Italian couple sitting next to us at a nearby vineyard restaurant as we described our wonderful stay at this villa. We spent three weeks touring Italy, from the ruins in Rome to the museums in Florence to the canals of Venice but our stay here was, by far, our best experience. The villa itself is, as advertised and reviewed. It's a castle with a majestic terrace view of the hills and the valley with the modern amenities of an in-ground pool, immaculate facilities, and a kitchen fit for a gourmet chef. Our party consisted of about a dozen, and we were all very comfortable. We also cooked plenty of meals here, but still managed to enjoy the local restaurants with superb, authentic Italian cuisine at very reasonable prices. We used the villa as our home base to explore quant villages, marvel at the ancient churches, and shop in the local markets. I highly recommend Castelnuovo Garfagnana and Castelvecchio Pascal. We also took day trips to a vineyard, to the beach and to the marble quarries where the ancient Romans would cut slabs for statues and monuments. We also managed trips to nearby Luca for a tour of the city and a bike ride around the city walls and to Pisa for the Leaning Tour. Each night, however, we looked forward to returning to this castle in the sky as our home away from home."
    Guest: Rose V. Date of Stay: September 2015 Review Submitted: May 2, 2016
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