Live Bid! 7-night Stay in a Stunning Tuscan Villa for up to 12 People
Enjoy a 7-night stay for 12 people in the tranquil region of Tuscany, Italy, well known for its landscapes, history, artistic legacy and culture.
The villa is located in the beautiful countryside, surrounded by olive and cypress trees, boasting stunning views. All you need to do is sit back, relax and take it all in! The picturesque town of Cortona is close by with a variety of local restaurants, bars, shops and markets, offering handmade items and gastronomical delights.
We encourage you to explore it’s charming culture at your leisure, not least sample the excellent wines that are made in the area! You and your 11 special guests will stay in a classic architectural villa, with private swimming pool; the perfect location for al fresco living and a truly luxurious break. In addition, you will also have breakfast in your villa each morning as well as daily maid service.
We guarantee that you will be captivated by this stunning region and return home feeling completely refreshed.
- Images are for illustrative purposes of a typical style of villa and may not be the property that you actually stay in
- Valid for one year and subject to allocation/availability
- Stays in July and August will be subject to an upgrade cost upon booking
- Please note flights are not included
- Personal transportation is advised
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