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Holiday villa with swimming pool in Sillico

Pieve Fosciana / Sillico

3 6 Min stay varies

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • Min stay varies
  • Nearest beach 50 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
“Stunning views and home comforts” Our family group of 4 had a great fortnight at Casa Laura. The villa is well equipped and laid out over two floors, each area functions well for cooking, DVD viewing, relaxing etc. extras included the darts board whic
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from £89 / night

£531 - £1,328 / week

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Holiday villa in Sillico

Pieve Fosciana / Sillico

2 7 Min stay varies

  • 2 bedrooms
  • Sleeps 7
  • Min stay varies
  • Nearest beach 55 km
  • Private garden

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Villa in medieval village of Sillico, near Lucca with private swimming pool
Stunning views and home comforts

Our family group of 4 had a great fortnight at Casa Laura. The villa is well equipped and laid out over two floors, each area functions well for cooking, DVD viewing, relaxing etc. extras included the darts board which inspired a competitive league between the boys...The views are wonderful across the valley, and the village an interesting place to explore, the restaurant/bar/shop really adding to the community. it's a mountain setting so the roads do wind around, but you quickly get used to negotiating your way. We also used the train, having day trips to Florence and Pisa. We'd also recommend Lucca and Barga, especially for history buffs. The unexpected bonuses were the waymarked trails starting off from village which give the chance to explore the local countryside more closely without danger of getting lost.see more