Villa Lucio is a secluded two-bedroom villa located close to the charming medieval village of Cetona.
Situated across two levels, the property boasts delightful views across the verdant Tuscan countryside.
Light and airy with its wide windows that peek out into the gorgeous grounds, Villa Lucio is a wonderful retreat.
With a large veranda you can enjoy direct access to the garden, where you will find a large swimming pool, a brick barbecue, and two covered pergolas that make an ideal spot for al fresco dining on long summer evenings.
Villa Lucio is a unique upside-down house that accommodates up to six people, and is ideal for couples travelling together who want their own space at night, or a family with children. On the ground floor you will find a double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, a dining area, and a comfortable living room, complete with a traditional fireplace.
The first floor of Villa Lucio is where you will find the main living quarters, which are accessible by an external staircase. It hosts a large kitchen that has an electric oven, microwave and dishwasher, and a pantry with a fridge freezer and washing machine. There’s a double bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, complete with a bathtub and shower, as well as a living room that has a comfy double sofa bed and satellite TV. Complimentary WIFI is available throughout the villa, and there’s air conditioning on the first floor and in the ground floor bedroom.
For a truly easy stay, why not take advantage of the services on offer at Villa Lucio? A home chef is available to cook up delicious meals, and there’s a babysitting service in case you’d like to let your hair down and venture out in the evening. You can also book cooking classes and wine tastings, or hire bikes and explore the Tuscan countryside.
For a truly indulgent experience during your holiday in Cetona, you can arrange for a massage in the comfort of Villa Lucio. Bliss!
Cetona is a medieval town located on a hilltop encircled by an imposing rocca (fortress) in the southern province of Siena, Tuscany.
Time appears to have stood still in Cetona and there’s a wealth of history to unearth during your holiday. It is believed that humans first inhabited Mount Cetona over 40,000 years ago.
Some of Italy’s oldest human settlements were found here, including the early neo-Paleolithic caves of Gosto and Lattaia, and several archaeological sites that date back to the Etruscan civilization.
With its backdrop of pine forest and cypress trees, Cetona is an attractive and picture-worthy town to explore.
During your holiday in Cetona, we recommend you stay in Villa Lucio, a secluded Tuscan farmhouse.
Life in Cetona revolves around its main historic square, Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi, which holds workshops, historical buildings and small shops.
Located two and a half hours from Pisa Airport, this sleepy town has devoted its life to agriculture for generations, which you can see with the abundant grape vineyards and olive groves. Cetona boasts its own unique and protected food type, the D.O.P extra virgin olive oil, Terre di Siena.
A holiday in Cetona is ideal if you are seeking a relaxed villa stay while tucking into the delights of the Tuscan countryside.
Max 6 adults
Villa with ground and first floor (the first floor is reached via an external staircase).
Ground floor: Living room with fireplace, sat TV, CD player, dining room, kitchen with electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washing machine, double bedroom, bathroom with shower,
First floor: Large kitchen with electric oven, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and dining area, large living room with sofa bed, fireplace, sat TV, CD player, double bedroom with en-suite bathroom with shower and bath tub.