The Villa Medicea of Montevettolini, a grand mansion built in the XVI century, was once one of the 12 somptuous hunting residences of the Granduke Ferdinando I, grandson of the famous Lorenzo de’ Medici il Magnifico.
Large kitchen, Large dining room with fireplace, Smaller dining room (ideal for children), Guest bathroom, Large galleria, Two large double bedrooms each with bathroom and tv
Very large living room with fireplace and piano, Smaller living room, Tv room with fireplace, Library containing an antique collection of books,
Billiard room, Private chapel, Two large double bedrooms with antique poster beds each with bathroom (one has also a terrace overlooking the park and the whole valley), Two smaller double bedrooms each with bathroom.
One housekeeper, One cook, One butler, One gardener, One maid, One extra maid 4 h/dd on separate billing by the customer
There is satellite dish for tv, fax machine, PC station, Wi-Fi connection. Few rooms have flat screen tv with cd/dvd player and iPod sound dock. In the beautiful garden there is a patio for dining outdoors. Near the swimming pool, that measures 18 mt. x 7mt., there is a ping pong table, a small kitchen for pool snacks and a patio for open air lunches.
A golf course (18 holes), riding stables and tennis courts are nearby (10 minutes drive). Down the hill (5 minutes drive) there is the Grotta Giusti Hotel, a very well reknown beauty spa. The little town of Montecatini Terme, famous all over Italy for its thermal waters is only a short distance by car (7 km).