place for a perfect tuscany villa holiday - a beautifully
restored historic farmhouse, set in the
unspoilt countryside of
Villa Papavero has a superb hillside
location, near to the town of Aulla in the
Lunigiana region of Tuscany. It is ideally placed to
provide you with your best ever tuscany apartment
holiday. It is 25 minutes from
the coast and some
and is is close to 5 local
You'll love Lunigiana and it's beautiful
banner photograph above is taken from the villa garden!
Although relatively uncommercialised, the region has numerous
activities for the tourist.
There are miles of waymarked footpaths for walking and
climbing, in both the
Appennine Mountains and the Apuane Alps.
is available from a nearby Agriturismo,
and mountain bikes can be delivered from Aulla to any
location you desire. Alternatively spend a few days
discovering all about Lunigiana's rich
Villa Papavero's accommodation is spacious and luxurious, sleeping 12 adults
with ease. The main villa sleeps 10 persons whilst the self
contained apartment, accessed from the first floor
balcony, sleeps a further 2/3 persons. See First Floor Plan.
Kitchen & Living Room
View Through To
The apartment comprises a Kitchen
& Living Room and a Double Bedroom with En-Suite Shower
Room and Toilet. It was completely refitted, decorated and
refurnished during the spring of 2010. Please visit our Slideshow
The sitting area has additional cupboard
space and a large bed settee, which converts easily into
a comfortable 3/4 bed. The kitchen area has a double sink, an electric oven, a gas hob
and a fridge/freezer. The ample cupboard units are in oak
with marble worktops and are fully stocked with a complete range
of cooking utensils crockery, cutlery and glassware for up
to 3 persons.
The large double bedroom has a king size
bed along with a double wardrobe and plenty of cupboard and
drawer space. There is an En-Suite Shower Room with a large
shower cubicle, a wash basin and a
During restoration work, David discovered
a large stone archway, above the doorway he created
between the living area and the bedroom. The cement and stonework
have a burnished red tone which apparently stems from the days
when the building was used for chestnut
He has fully exposed this archway to create a historic
feature in the bedroom. Chestnuts were an intrinsic part of Lunigiana's
economy until relatively recent times. Today it is still possible to
buy bread which is baked from chestnut
Outside on the balcony is a
table and chairs for Al-Fresco dining in comfort.
The views across the valley are just
Please explore the rest of our WebSite to
discover more about Villa Papavero and it's immediate surroundings,
as well as the many attractions of the Lunigiana region of Tuscany.
Similarly, take a look at our SlideShows. We promise they
will surprise you!