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This is an ideal location for anyone who wants to rest, contemplate, enjoy good food or generally imbibe the historic atmosphere of a Medieval Tuscan village. <BR><BR>It is particularly well suited for honeymooning couples, or anyone who wants time away in peace with a loved one, a few close friends, or even time alone. A car is virtually indispensable for day trips to Lucca, Florence, Pisa, or the seaside. <BR><BR>One can also just read in our garden, and watch the bees buzz and the beans grow. People with bee allergies should skip the garden.
Our house is within the walls of what is one of ten 'castellos' which constitute the Pesciatina Svizzera. Our 'orto' or kitchen garden, is on the outskirts of the village, in true Medieval fashion, where one can go and sun bathe, or lie in the shade of a gazebo and read, or pick some lettuce. It is by no means elaborate but its rustic charm and coziness appeal to many. We also have bees, so anyone with bee allergies should avoid the garden.<BR><BR>There is a community pool less than 10k down the road.
Pets not allowed
Smoking not allowed
2 Attached (ensuite)
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About the neighbourhood
Most of us who have come to love the area have discovered, however, that the best way to enjoy it is to stay put, eat well, read, take walks, and step out of one's usual routine for some genuine rest, good food and an intimate taste of rural Italy.
How to get there
Between the end of March and the beginning of March, many direct flights with Ryan Air are available, and most often the cheapest. It is best to rent a car, as bus services are infrequent from the village, and it's a long walk from Pescia, if one misses the last one!