In the 1700’s Count Bernardini created a haven in the hills that surround the ancient walled city of Lucca. Today Borgo Bernardini is an elegant and exclusive Tuscan retreat immersed in a splendid parkland of ornamental ponds and antique fountains, time-forgotten courtyards and lemon scented Italian gardens.
The 12 individually styled bedrooms, for up to 24 guests, are a reflection of gracious living blended discreetly with the typical Tuscan hamlet style of wood beamed ceilings, terracotta floors and warm, welcoming colours. Reception rooms include a wine library with private collection of Tuscan wines, a card and billiard room, a domed music room with log fireplace, grand banquet room, a large Tuscan kitchen, several comfortable lounges as well as a workout room. With original features and picturesque views over hills and olive groves, Borgo Bernardini is a home of beauty, tranquility and charm … a perfect place for the gathering of family and friends where days are timeless and memorable.
• 12 individually styled double bedrooms (4 of which can be either queen or twin) with en-suite bathrooms (4 with Jacuzzi bath) and all with individually controlled air conditioning/heating, central music system and telephone line
• Several lounges including a domed music room, a sun lounge with library, a formal living room with satellite TV/DVD and doors leading out to the ornamental pond and fountains
• Banquet hall, card & billiard room and wine tasting room with a private selection of Tuscan wines
• Fully equipped Tuscan kitchen
• Guest office with centralized music system, computer facilities, wireless internet access.
• Surveillance system.
• Work out room with cardiovascular and weight equipment.
• Floodlit swimming pool (8m wide x 16m long with depth from 1-2 metres).
• Italian gardens (2,000msq) with gazebo, little piazzas for outdoor dining, ornamental fish-pond with fountains.
|April - May
||30000 EUR / week
|June - September
||32500 EUR / week
||30000 EUR / week
|November - March
||27500 EUR / week
Christmas, New Years Eve and Easter weeks are considered high season