Villa Cetinale - Tuscany
12 Bedrooms | Sleeps 24
A magnificent and historic house, this luxury villa in Tuscany is superb for big family gatherings, with chef service and fabulous formal gardens enhancing its matchless appeal as a wedding venue.
Designed by the architect Carlo Fontana, in the Roman Baroque style, this majestic house was built in 1651 for Pope Alexander VII, and encircled by glorious gardens and the ‘holy wood’, both replete with statuary by Giuseppe Mazuoli. While these remain today, they are joined now by a swimming pool and sunbathing lawn, a games room housed in the limonaia, and a tennis court (shared with nearby villa La Cerbaia).
Within the villa, elegantly vaulted ceilings top beautifully furnished rooms on several levels; the sitting room, with its big stone fireplace, forming a social centrepiece; the kitchen in comfortable country style; and the frescoed dining room looking out to lovely views.
Rich fabrics and romantic four-posters feature in several bedrooms, toys await in a cheerful room for children, hand-painted furniture and myriad artworks are liberally sprinkled throughout the house, and chef, maid and manager services add a further level of leisure and luxury.
Just 14km from Siena, Villa Cetinale is 5km from shops and a restaurant in Sovicille and centrally placed for sightseeing in several medieval towns.
7 Nights from £23,893
We are available to chat
09:00 – 17:30
Monday to Saturday
13m x 4.5m Pool towels
Shared tennis court
Music in bedrooms
Service & staffing
Chef service with assistant
Maid service 7 day(s) per week
Linen change 2 day(s) per week
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