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No matter what your ideal vacation looks like, the medieval city of Lucca and its surroundings offer many opportunities: if you like keeping up with your workout, the city’s 16th century walls are a glorious backdrop for strolling, power-walking, jogging or cycling; for beach lovers, the coastal strip of Versilia is the place to be and is within a 30-minute drive; and for music aficionados, many classical and rock/pop music festivals are held here throughout the year. For these reasons and more, Lucca is becoming one of the elite summer destinations in Tuscany. Only a 10-minute drive away from the city sits Orfea, a superb luxury villa that dates back to the 15th century and is completely and painstakingly renovated to welcome you to the era of modern beauty and sublime elegance.

First floor:
Master family suite with king bedroom and small twin bedroom, this suitable for kids. Shared en-suite bathroom with shower.
King bedroom with king size bed and mezzanine with two twin beds, en-suite bathroom with shower.
King bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower.
King/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower.

Second Floor (only accessible by stairs):
King bedroom with en-suite bathroom with tub and shower stall.

Quaint two-story stone house carefully restored and tastefully furnished.
Ground floor:
A generous open floor-plan with sitting area and eat-in kitchen, brightened by travertine marble floors in neutral color. A bathroom is also on this floor. The sitting area opens onto the main garden and offers a pleasant al fresco dining area.

First floor:
Double bedroom with bathroom with Jacuzzi tub;
Twin bedroom.

Three-story annex adjacent to the main villa (opposite side of The Pool House).
Ground floor – Apartment 1 (1bd/1bth – sleeps 2):
Large living-room with sofa and satellite TV, eat-in kitchen. The living room opens onto the veranda, where breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed outdoors. A wood burning pizza oven is also near the veranda.
Large double bedroom and bathroom.

First Floor – Apartment 2 (2bd/2bth – sleeps 4):
Spacious entrance, living room with sofa, eat-in kitchen with a romantic small terrace looking out onto the vineyard below.
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom;
Twin bedroom with private bathroom.

Second Floor – Apartment 3 (2bd/2bth – sleeps 4):
Spacious entrance, living room with sofa, eat-in kitchen with a view of the garden and the swimming pool.
Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom;
Twin bedroom with private bath¬room.

Third Floor – Apartment 4 (1bd/1bth – sleeps 2):
Spacious living room with sofa and Satellite TV, eat-in kitchen, a dressing room off the bathroom.
Large twin bedroom.

All bedrooms are provided with A/C and all bathrooms are supplied with hair dryers.

Ground floor:
As soon as you enter the foyer, you will feel the special atmosphere that permeates the villa. The neutral and earth-toned colors used in the family room, such as golden yellow and terra cotta, typical of the Tuscan style, create an airy and fresh effect, while frescoed walls, a large fireplace serving as a focal point, and a beautiful crystal chandelier set the elegant tone of this comfortable room. The very generous formal dining room has seating for up to fifty people, and features lit china cabinets, a coffered ceiling, classic art on the walls, and tall arched French doors opening onto the garden – all elements working together to create the ultimate formal dining experience. The professional-grade kitchen boasts ample counter space for prepping meals, a gorgeous central stove, a vaulted ceiling, a large window and access to the garden. A lounge room with a large flat-screen satellite TV, a well-stocked library room, and a guest bathroom complete this floor.

First floor:
A traditional sitting room with working fireplace and soft sofas serves as a nice spot for afternoon reading or cozy conversations.

Lower level:
A state-of-the-art private wellness area (2,100 sq ft) includes a Turkish bath, sauna, emotional shower, salt room and meditation room. Also on this floor is a stone cellar with a wine tasting room with fireplace.

The villa offers extensive manicured grounds including an Italian-style garden with a romantic pergola; an al fresco dining area for enjoying meals in the shade on a side of the villa; a private swimming pool with whirlpool area; high-quality lounge furniture and shades on the sun deck; a children’s playground, an ideal place to let the kids in your group run off some steam; and a covered private parking area.

Air-condition throughout; elevator, Wi-Fi Internet; internal elevator; safe; telephone; satellite cable TV; DVD player; hair dryers; dishwasher; washer and dryer; private salt-water swimming pool (16 m x 9 m); private spa (extra charge) with Turkish bath, sauna, cold treatments and relaxing area; private parking.

Many features make this property perfect for kids: the estate is gated and completely fenced; the swimming pool has a shallow side; there is a children’s playground; and the nearby, and mostly car-free, city of Lucca offers a wide range of things to see.

The historic town of Lucca features many attractions and unlimited historic charm. Take a stroll or rent a bicycle and ride on its ancient walls and through the town past famous monuments, several churches and the Guinigi Tower, which has trees planted at the top. Make sure to visit the church of Saint Michele and then enjoy a cappuccino in Saint Michele square. Don’t miss shopping along Via Fillungo!
North of Lucca, the famous Garfagnana Valley extends for miles, a splendid natural vista of mountains and hills. Along the way, stop at the famous “Devil’s Bridge”—legend says the Devil himself has visited this spot. A huge Halloween celebration is held here every year. In Pisa, the famous Leaning Tower awaits. Some say it is one of the wonders of the world, and all agree that a sight of the Leaning Tower is a must for all those coming Italy. The nearby Forte Dei Marmi is one of the most popular places in Italy during the summer, boasting a beautiful beach, elegant shops and boutiques, and an active nightlife of bars and clubs like La Capannina and the Twiga Club.

Buca di Sant’Antonio – Mouthwatering dishes with excellent service. The English speaking waiters will thoroughly explain every dish and provide impeccable service.
Via Cervia 3, Lucca – +39 0583 558 81
Ristorante Lombardo – great local food and attentive service, all enhanced by a stunning view from the terrace.
Via della Pieve S. Stefano 4801, Lucca -+39 0583 394268
Antica Locanda di Sesto – a very good and consistent restaurant in Lucca, where the food and the service will not disappoint you.
Via Ludovica 1660, Lucca – +39 0583 578181
Ristorante Giglio – A lovely restaurant within the city walls with indoor and outdoor dining. Friendly and attentive service, including a complimentary glass of Prosecco while you make up your mind on what to order.
Piazza del Giglio 2, Lucca – +39 0583 494 058
Vino e Convivio – If you want wine by the glass accompanied by de-li-cious homemade food, do not be fooled by the look of this very rustic osteria. Extensive selection of wine and great simple dishes that change almost daily (they do not have a menu) that you do not want to miss. If available, order a glass of Ripasso Superiore della Valpolicella by Monte Dall’Ora (you are welcome!).
Via Di Coselli 4/6, Guamo – +39 0584 989 069

Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate! at Chocolat, a city heaven for chocoholics.
Corte Cenami 1, Lucca – +39 0583 467 878
Tuscan Cigars – Those who like to know the story of an all-Italian pride can make a visit to the Manifatture Sigaro Toscanoof Mugnano where guided tours reveal the history and work processes of the most loved cigars in the world. Today the handmade cigars are those of great value, limited editions or special editions such as the Moro, the Millenium, the Toscano Original or Selected.
Via Enrico Mattei 780, Lucca – +39 0583 4391
Jewelry – Lucia Giovannetti Maison – romantic jewels created with great passion and Italian craftsmanship.
Via Santa Croce 20, Lucca – +39 0583 464331

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Air Conditioning


Daily Breakfast




Maid Service






Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining


Wellness Room



Extra Optional Services


Cooking class


Extra Housekeeping


Fresh Groceries


Laundry service


Private Chef


Wine Tour

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €30,210.00
From – 27 May 2023 – 01 Sep 2023 €30,210.00
From – 02 Sep 2023 – 20 Oct 2023 €27,085.00
From 21 Oct 2023 – 03 Nov 2023 €30,210.00
From – 04 Nov 2023 – 22 Dec 2023 €22,915.00
From – 23 Dec 2023 – 05 Jan 2024 €30,210.00

The benefits of the Luxury Collection

Pricing Notes

Electricity, water, A/C, heating and final cleaning
Morning housekeeping service (staff have one day off per week)
Midweek linen change (on Wednesday)
Daily breakfast service (cost of groceries extra)
Wi-Fi Internet access in every room and in the pool area
Gardener and pool maintenance

Extra housekeeping service
Personal laundry and ironing service
Additional linen and towel change
Cook service – No third-party suppliers allowed: the services will be provided by the villa management and in-house staff
Cost of food and beverages
Use of spa facilities (Turkish bath, sauna, emotional showers, ice water bucket, salt wall treatment, relaxing area) €500 for a single half-day use (4 hours); for multiple-days use, a forfeit rate will apply.

Security deposit €3,500 to be held at agency
The Italian government might require the payment of a Visitor’s Tax (approximately €1.50 – €5.00 per person, per day, depending on the location) and may be applied for the first seven days in the destination. This tax is payable locally, in Euro cash.
Owners live in independent separate quarters; guests’ privacy is guaranteed
Pets not allowed
Check-in: between 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
All extra services must be paid locally prior to departure unless otherwise arranged

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