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Villa Leopolda

Villa Leopolda

Tuscan countryside
up to 14 guests 7 bedrooms 6.5 bathrooms

Overview

This beautiful farmhouse was built under the reign of the Grand Duke Leopold of Lorena. The Lorena, a the dynasty that followed the Medici family as rulers of large parts of Tuscany, undertook a vast redevelopment initiative in the early 18th century, which lasted throughout the late 19th century. The aim of such initiative was guaranteeing adequate and healthy housing for peasant families. For this reason, buildings like this one have significant historical value and staying here offers more than one opportunity to learn more about Tuscany’s history.

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Reasons to book with us:

Established in 2005, we're local & experienced

We've been managing vacation rentals for over 15 years. In that time, we have learned a lot about how to provide our guests with the best vacation experiences possible. There is no middle man when it comes to customer service - any problems or concerns you have, we are here for you.

We know Tuscany & Umbria

Our team is local - we live, eat, shop and play right here in Cortona and love sharing our local expertise with guests. Not only can we provide you with the perfect vacation rental, but we can also make arrangements for tours and activities to enjoy while you are here.

Still unsure? Why not send our reservations team an email to discuss your requirements and see what we can offer?
info@togethertuscany.com

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