If you love history, Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort offers you the possibility of a holiday in the heart of the Renaissance. La Villa, in fact, has maintained the charm of its ancient history, beginning with its 25 rooms, which meet the location of the Renaissance. Located inside the Villa, the farmhouse next door and in the old “Dairy”, each room is elegantly furnished with antiques, but also equipped with all modern comforts: telephone, minibar, satellite TV, hair dryer, from comfortable slippers to a complete set of amenities that await you at your arrival. Some of the stained glass windows are also decorated with original factory Galileo Chini, the father of Italian Liberty style.
You can choose between the classic double, Superior Double, triple and even the suites that also have a comfortable lounge with sofas vintage. If you want to give you an unforgettable night, we recommend the Honeymoon Suite where you can sleep in a bed canopy of the eighteenth century. In this room, a plaque commemorates the visit of Archbishop St. Antonino of Florence in 1446 to the Marquis Roti: legend says that after the blessing of the archbishop the marquis had many children.
From every room you can overlook our beautiful park, and so have an enchanting view of hills of the Mugello.
If you prefer a relaxing holiday, you can choose one of the apartments of the Resort, all large and spacious, with double bed and single beds. In particular, the Dependace Dalia, which requires a minimum stay of 3 nights, you will spend a holiday like you’re in the comfort of your home with two bedrooms, a kitchen-cum-living room with fireplace, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher, two bathrooms, and a private terrace.
Prices including daily cleaning and breakfast. In addition, all facilities are accessible to the handicapped.
If you want more information on overnight stays at the Villa Campestri Olive Oil Resort we suggest you visit our rooms and suites or send an email to villa.campestri @ villacampestri.it
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