This stunning stone house is a luxurious vacation rental featuring rustic-chic interiors, nestled into the countryside outside Siena, Tuscany, Italy. Villa Federica is set amongst rolling hills, creating an unforgettable atmosphere that welcomes visitors to relax and stay awhile. This home offers lovely indoor and outdoor living areas, surrounded by an idyllic Italian landscape to enjoy with your family and friends. Continue through the home tour for more details of this beautiful villa…
The Details: Offering seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms (six ensuite), Villa Federico sleeps up to 13 guests, with prices ranging from $1,209 – $1,814 / per night with a minimum seven night stay, listed on Luxury Retreats.
During the week, this villa offers complimentary breakfasts, after which, you can retreat to the study to curl up with a good book or step outside to relax on a sun lounger by the pool. At sunset, its time to start the barbecue and spend your evening enjoying a bottle of local wine while casually seated at the al-fresco dining area.
The villa offers seven bedrooms which are divided between the five-bedroom main house and two one-bedroom annexes. All of the bedrooms in the main house offer en-suite bathrooms, with several having jetted tubs. Each annex has an en-suite bathroom (one has a jetted tub) and kitchenette. The annexes have their own private entrances, which could be used as honeymoon suites or in-law retreats.
What We Love: The luxurious stone house is the perfect Italian countryside escape for a memorable vacation with family and friends. Surrounded by idyllic surroundings, indoor-outdoor living spaces offers plenty of ways to enjoy this haven of tranquility. We could imagine spending the day relaxing poolside, the perfect spot to enjoy sunsets! The heavenly, well-appointed bedrooms invite you to have a restful nights sleep, when can we come for a visit?
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According to Luxury Retreats, “the villa’s interiors combine the charm of the past with the comforts of the present. High ceilings, terracotta floors and plenty of French doors with landscape views set a traditional tone that’s matched by a roll-arm sofa and bergere chairs around an open-hearth fireplace in the living room, and a farmhouse-style table with slipcovered seating for six in the dining room.” The sumptuous, fully-equipped kitchen includes a wood-burning stove and doors that connects with the outdoor patio.
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