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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

  • well located in a neighborhood full of shops and friendly locals

    "My husband and I walked into Casa Pera and immediately felt at home. We were met by the incredible Diletta who is the local manager for the apartment. After a thorough "de-briefing" we were quickly up to date on all the ins and outs. That, along with David's incredibly explicit 7 page instruction list, made us ready to be happy tenants. The kitchen is unbelievably efficient. Everything you'd want or need. A big 10 stars for properly sharpened knives. The bath rooms and showers are bright and efficient. Great showers!! Sadly we were there only a month and are missing it still now that we are home. It is an ancient building with an incredibly well maintained apartment. The 20 stairs ( 6- a landing, 6- a landing 6- a landing and 2 up into the apartment) make for very strong "quads" as the risers are of varying heights. Take advantage of them. We're very fit now. Read and re-read Davids list and call Diletta for any questions. It was a delightful experience."
    Guest: Merle & Ron M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 6, 2016
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  • A wonderful stay at Il Rifugio

    "My wife and I had a perfect, restorative week at Il Rifugio. John and Bill couldn't be nicer: the beauty of their buildings and grounds reflects the same graciousness they show their guests. The setting in the hills to the south of Lucca has the gentle beauty one expects of the Tuscan countryside, but happily without the crowds, heat, or fuss of summertime Lucca. The croissants (cornetti) that showed up at breakfast everyday (fresh from the bakery up the hill) were better than any I've found in Paris. With the friendly, informal Tre Tigli available for dinner just up another hill from Il Rifugio, we didn't have to budge if we didn't feel like it. We're already looking for an excuse to come back. Our recommendation could not be higher."
    Guest: Marc R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • A perfect place to stay near Lucca

    "Villa Sardini was simply incredible. We stayed in the Giacomo apartment, two couples sharing. Francesca met us at the villa after having giving helpful directions through a somewhat confusing countryside. She had helpful notes on everything from grocery stores to restaurants and sites to see in the area. The apartment was impeccable and well equipped with everything we needed. We had forgotten swim towels and she kindly loaned us some for the week. The grounds were lovely with many corners to sit and dine outside; the pool to die for and clean and organized - groups of deck chairs organized by apartment so everyone had seats. Great views of the Tuscan hills from everywhere we went. Francesca and Antoine were also exceptional hosts, organizing a wine tasting and visit to the chapel on the property while we were there. We loved their wines, buying a couple of bottles of Lippo for the week. The villa is a 15-20 minute drive to Lucca's walls. The roads to the villa are very narrow with many blind turns but you get used to it - by the end I think we were driving like locals. Lucca itself is a charming town and a great base for exploring Tuscany. We've been a number of times before and will return again, and certainly back to Villa Sardini."
    Guest: Sanam G. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 17, 2016
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  • You will fall in love with this villa!!

    "We have just returned home from Italy. We are a family of 8, 7 adults and 1 baby. This villa and the people associated with it, is the epitome of a beautiful, relaxing vacation. The pictures are beautiful, but when you are there, it is breathtaking. From the moment you are in communication with Marco regarding the booking of this villa, you know you are in capable hands. Everything will go smoothly, because Marco and Michela ( manager) will ensure that it will. I can not say enough kind things regarding Michela. She is sweet, personable and helpful. She goes above and beyond in role as a manager of this villa. And there is Elisabetta and her daughter Andrea. Elisabetta is the housekeeper and chef if you desire to have a Tuscan meal cooked for you and served on the veranda by sweet Andrea. And you should, because having a meal cooked by Elisabetta is equivalent to icing on your favourite cake. Elisabetta is passionate about everything she does. She works very hard in maintaining the cleaniness of the villa. We enjoyed our many conversations with Elisabetta while she cleaned. Then there is the villa with the panoramic view that is just breathtaking!! You, literally, cannot take your eyes from the view!! You are perched on a mountain overlooking Lucca and Pisa. The villa is a 11th century stone home with modern conveniences. Beautiful. Spacious. Clean. The verandas with grapevines canopying above you, as you read, eat or drink reminds you that you are in a very special place. The cool refreshing pool. Trails behind the villa and the road down to the ancient church. Olive groves and vineyards surround the villa and will excite the explorer in you. You will not be bored!! In fact, it will be hard to leave this idyllic spot. Our family has travelled extensively, but we all agree this is the one we hope to return to. Thank you Marco, Michela, Elisabetta and Andrea."
    Guest: Debra C. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 31, 2016
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