Fifteenth Century Renaissance Villa in Pisa
Renaissance Villa in Pisa is recognized as one of the most prestigious Renaissance villas in Tuscany. The exteriors date back to 1500 and represent Florentine Mannerist Art. The interiors are painted with unvaluable frescoes, by Andrea Boscolo (1592) and Nicola Matraini (1750).The main villa is part of a larger monumental complex composed of an old Chapel, a Farmhouse with an olive oil mill, and a very special Kaffeehaus, a coffee house. Small restaurant, that can offer breakfasts and meals during the guests stay. A charming frame around an elegant celebration.
Inside halls: Frescoed hall up to 80 guests seated.
Old wine cellars under the villa: 120 seated in the largest hall. Other two smaller halls beside.
Farm building beside the villa has additional halls, that can seat up to 220 guests.
Private chapel for religious wedding ceremonies.
It is possible to celebrate civil weddings at this estate.
Accommodations: The villa is restored into a countryside hotel, that has 11 spacious rooms, up to 30 guests.