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Luxury stay in Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Toscana, Italy
13 guests7 bedrooms8 beds7.5 bathrooms
This family-owned Tuscan villa is the genuine article in every way, with the local Cori family having lived here for 70 years. Its shady, comfortable interior, original facade and rambling gardens and groves will delight any true fan of Italian country living. Located at the region’s heart, the historic cities, peerless wine, unique food and countryside serenity of Tuscany are yours to experience.
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Airbnb Luxe
Extraordinary homes with five-star everything
Pristine and expertly designed, each Airbnb Luxe home comes with luxury amenities, services, and a dedicated trip designer.

Add on services

After booking this home, a trip designer can arrange any of these add-on services.
Housekeeping
Airport transfer
Car rental
Fresh groceries
Childcare
Chef
Butler
Driver
Restaurant concierge
Spa services
Equipment rental
Family gear

Amenities

Outdoor

Alfresco shower
Gas barbecue
BBQ grill
Pergola
Gazebo
Sun loungers

Indoor

Office
Sunbed
Sound system

Essentials

Kitchen
Coffee maker
Indoor fireplace
Wifi
Free on-street parking
Heating

The Airbnb Luxe difference

  • Start-to-finish trip planning
    Trip designers coordinate your arrival, departure, and everything in between.
  • 300+ point inspection
    Every Airbnb Luxe home is personally verified to be in pristine condition.
  • On-trip care, 24/7
    Premium, on-demand assistance for any question, at any hour.

Location

Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, Toscana, Italy

Points of Interest

Azienda Agricola Poggio al Bosco
12 min drive

Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check out: 10:00 am
No smoking
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
Airbnb's social distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm not reported Learn more
Smoke alarm not reported Learn more
Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $2405