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Just returned from a fabulous 4 night stay at this beautiful Tuscan farmhouse. Can't fault the booking process, communication with owners or house in any way. Set on a quiet street but only 30 min drive from Pisa airport it had the views, comforts and facilities we wanted. Stayed with a group of 4 girls in Alba which was one of the larger ground floor apartments. We had been left a delicious lunch and bottle of local wine for our arrival which was most welcome. Francesco very friendly and helpful. The three resident cats were also lovely! We didn't eat out much as preferred to make the most of the delicious food and wine found locally so spent a lot of our time on our terrace or by the pool.
Would recommend having a car as we would have been a bit stuck without this. There are local shops but the supermarket is approx 10 mins drive away.
For three glorious vacations (October 2016, October 2017 & October 2018), my family and I trave-led to Italy and stayed in this delightful home. Coccinelle Farmhouse has all the charm of the Tu-scan countryside: sunshine on your face, open fields to roam and culinary experiences to share. The villa gave our family (3 generations) plenty of room to congregate and enough places for a little privacy. All three years I traveled with my bicycle, wandering through many of the villages that sur-round Lucca and never did get to see all the places I wanted to. The house is situated between the flatlands of the coastal waters and the hilly region of Lucca; an excellent location for the true cyclist. My family and I were particularly pleased with our host, Sonia who shared with us the Italian way besides providing an immaculate home. From harvesting olives to a performance of a Puccini ope-ra to a local blacksmith making tools, they gave us an insider’s look at this beautiful country. We learned how to make pizza in a stone oven, tasted wine only the locals know about and stepped on-to the Ponte del Diavolo (Devil’s Bridge). So bring your book if you need some down time by the pool, bring your appetite to eat all the delicious offerings, bring your intellect to study the arts and don’t forget your sense of adventure to discover all that Italy that is known for. This is THE place!-