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We were charged €150 for the night for a little suite. The sower had no shower head, the fan and Mosquito net did not exist, all the towels and bedding was damp and the coffee machine did not work. You also have to have your...More
Beautiful house, old, atmospheric.....felt like we were transported into a Italian book, mid century. Fabulous pool, added bonus of coffee and lunch by the pool. Didn't mind at all the locals who also use the pool, all so civilized.
The place is magical. Eleanor was...More
We stayed for one night in two attic rooms. These are very spacious: more like suites in any other hotel. Fans are provided to mitigate the hot Tuscan nights. The bathrooms are big with good showers. Original features abound. The beams in the ceiling are...More
Anyone looking for an unusual and beautiful place to stay near Pisa, Lucca, or Forte dei Marmi need look no further than the Villa Montecatini. This is a place which has character in spades. Most of the original features have been retained in excellent condition...More
We were walking the Via Francigena and wanted somewhere to stay between Pietrasanta and Lucca. The Villa Montecatini in Nocchi is only a short distance from the VF, but uphill, and when we arrived we were hot and tired. We were met on the drive...More
US$ 129 - US$ 241 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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