Villa La Perla di Lucca is a charming 17th century aristocratic villa set in a tranquil, green valley in the southern hills of Lucca.Built in 1624, Villa La Perla di Lucca was the country residence of count Cosimo Bernardini. The Bernardini family owned several palazzo’s in the city centre as well as many villas in the hills that surround the city. Today the villa offers the very best in tuscan living with 8 luxurius guest rooms up to 16 guests, beautifully restored frescos create an air of elegance through the reception rooms. The villa is surrounded by immaculate italian gardens through which flows a fresh water brook into two small lakes overlooked by shady weeping willow trees. Grand Cypress trees and fragrant lemon pots make the perfect backdrop to the large swimming pool (20 m x 10 m long with depth from 1,5 m to 3 m). The villa has: 8 large double bedrooms (3 twin beds, 4 queen beds and 1 king bed), 4 kitchens (main kitchen is tuscan style) and an ancient wood burning oven in the cellar, 1 large and formal dining room and 1 breakfast room, an aristocratic living room and 3 large living rooms (1 for each floor), various outdoor dining areas.
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