Built in the 17th century, precisely in 1624, with an aristocratic style. It offers its visitors all the needs of Tuscan life in a highly sophisticated environment with seven luxurious rooms for up to fourteen guests. The large and spacious frescoed rooms, full of antique furniture, offer an air of elegance in which modern comforts blend beautifully with the rich heritage of this ancient family home. Charm and character in all the boardrooms which include a magnificent lounge, a cozy TV room, a game room, a Tuscan kitchen, a breakfast room and an elegant dining room. The villa is immersed in a peaceful Italian garden through which a stream of fresh water flows in two small lakes overlooked by a shady weeping willow. Large cypresses and fragrant lemon and herb gardens create the perfect backdrop for the private pool. The magical beauty of this splendid villa is perfect for moments of harmony, relaxation and refinement.
The property is located in a valley on the southern hills of Lucca. It was once the summer residence of the famous Conte Bernardini, who owned several buildings in the city center and many villas on the surrounding hills. In 1805, the Bernardini family appeared in the new political order of Napoleon Bonaparte. Federico Bernardini was field assistant to Felice Baciocchi, Duke of Lucca and husband of Elisa Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon. and his wife Eleonora de Nobili "companion of the duchess".