Today, we’re dreaming of a vist to Tuscany, Italy, at the charming Villa Organi. Built on the ruins of the Roman fort of Cornelius Sulla in the first century. BC, the villa features a medieval tower built of stone, a museum inside and is immersed in the lush Tuscan countryside. Step inside for a quick tour of this beautiful property!
Guests can relax in the swimming pool located on the property. Don’t forget to take time to smell the roses!
The property is owned and hosted by Massimo and Monica, a couple that lives on site, and who, according to reviews from prior guests, are the perfect hosts.
The home is within easy driving access to Florence, Piestoia, Lucca and Pisa. A rental car is recommended, as the location is rather remote. Good restaurants are within a few minutes, and the hosts are also available for hire to cook four-course meals for guests.
Imagine eating breakfast under this leafy pergola.
One guest wrote, “The highlight is undoubtably the organic garden which just teems with butterflies and gorgeous flowers as you are followed by the heady scent of jasmine in the evenings. The pool is wonderful and for those lazy hot Tuscan summer days it is hard to beat a glass of prosecco after a quick dip to cool down.”
Relaxing, rustic interiors will help you to unwind after a busy day of sightseeing (and likely, eating amazing Italian meals).
To book a stay at Villa Organi, contact Massimo and Monica through Airbnb.