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L'Arcadia
Via Solaio 67c
55045 Pietrasanta LU
Italy
Telefono: +39 () 58 47 57021

Francesca Chiaravalloti - Enrico Giannelli

English, Italian

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Photo Album

Photo Album

'Ortensie' room: antique iron handmade bed, XIX century furniture, overlooking the garden and the olive grove.'Canneto' room: antique iron handmade bed with 'baldacchino', XIX century furniture, overlooking the garden and the front side of the house.
'Olivi' room, XIX and XX century furniture, bathroom with marble basin, overlooking the olive grove.'Gelsomino' room, XIX century furniture, bathroom with marble basin, overlooking the front side of the house.
'Mansard', XX century furniture, ceiling with hand carved wooden beams, bathroom with marble basin.'Suite': in the mansard, two rooms with common bathroom, XX century furniture, ceiling with handcarved wooden beams, bathroom with marble basin, suitable for familiers of 4/5 people.
The breakfast room, with olive oil bottles and jams on the oldest piece of furniture of the house (XVIII century).Tables ready for breakfast in our garden.
Our olive grove.