Grand 18th Century Tuscan neo-gothic villa, which has been completely restored to a place of style, luxury and authenticity. An intimate setting hidden in the lush countryside between Tuscany and Umbria with vast grounds and opulent alfresco facilities.
Prestigious Tuscan villa set amidst ancient olive groves and tall cedars in the glorious countryside just 1 hour from Florence
60 acres of vast mature grounds with opulent swimming pool area, pool bar and shaded pergolas
Exclusive residence with six luxurious bedrooms in the main villas and further two bedrooms in the exquisite hunting lodge
An indulgent mix of alfresco nooks and daybeds to soak up the Italian sun and relax into the many start-lit meals
Villa Gotico is an 18th Century prestigious residence unrivalled in the Tuscan countryside, very much the epitome of country-house grandeur. Architecturally impressive, fabulously designed and restored by renowned interior designer Astrid Schiller Wirth. Set in 60 acres of stunning grounds, with a tree-lined drive and its very own olive grove, it is the ideal base from which to explore the many enchanting surroundings.
Ornate painted ceilings, rich upholstery and marble fireplaces create a sense of warmth and opulence that is hard to find in many villas. Structured over three levels the lavish bedrooms in the main villa are all uniquely designed and furnished with huge windows showcasing the most iconic views of Tuscany. The quaint ‘La Foresteria’ is an intimate two-bedroom hunting lodge fully equipped with luxury comforts and facilities, located next to the main villa, perfect for a couple of family seeking more privacy. Let the tranquil clam wash over you in this slice of Tuscan paradise.
There are 60-acres of gorgeous grounds to explore at this impressive luxury villa, with the indulgent swimming pool a main focus, surrounded by sun-soaked terraces and breath-taking views over the countryside to the lakes and hills beyond. Dotted all around are a mix of alfresco nooks with lounge and dining areas perfect to let the stresses of everyday life ebb away. The pool bar is in the prime location and each evening, the daybeds are transformed into magical candle-lit snugs, perfect for stargazing in the vast Tuscan sky, pure bliss!
When to visit
An overnight stay in a mountain 'rifugio' is a must when spending time in the Dolomites. These rifugios (refuges) differ in the facilities that they offer; some are quite basic, some are more luxurious.
Sunrise Breakfast in a Mountain Hut
Experience sunrise over the Dolomites and skiing the pristine slopes of Alta Badia first, as well as a delicious breakfast in a typical mountain hut.