La Nespolina - Property Details

Cottage in Regnano, Lunigiana / Garfagnana, Tuscany
Beautiful detached cottage
Countryside Surrounded by Woods and Mountains
Sleeps 4 (2 Bedrooms)

Al Fresco Dining
Outside dining

Main Bedroom
Double bedroom

Situated on the border of Lunigiana/Garfagnana with easy access to Lucca, Pisa and the coast, Cinque Terre and Lerici. Surrounded by wooded hillsides and on the edge of the village of Regnano, ideal for walking, trekking or just relaxing. The property is bordered on 2 sides by rippling mountain streams.

Galley Kitchen
Open plan galley kitchen
Sitting Areaì Seating area and wood burning stove
Bedrooms: Bedroom 1 large double bed and spacious wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 bunk beds wardrobe, chest of drawers.
Bathrooms: Shower room with shower cubicle, wc, bidet, wash hand basin.
Kitchen: Well equipped kitchen with full sized cooker, fridge, toaster and kettle.
Utility Room: Sink, iron, ironing board, airer.
Living Rooms: Living space open plan with kitchen, table and chairs, TV, video player, videos, books magazines (English).
linen/maid service:
Cleaning prior to arrival, extra cleaning chargeable on request.
Linen and towels included, changed weekly.

The property is on a hill, accessed by steps, on a multi level site so is unsuitable for very small children, pushchairs/prams and guests who are not fully mobile.

Multi level gardens, mainly grassed with patio area by the house, barbecue, table, chairs, sunbeds, umbrella. Fruit trees including apricot, kiwi, apple. Sage, bay and established cypress trees.
The coastal resorts of Forte dei Marmi, Viareggio, and Monterosso, set in the beautiful Cinque Terre are all accessible both by rail and car approximately 1 ½ hours away.
A car is essential for access to this property. Driving times are Pisa airport 75 minutes, Parma airport 90 minutes Genoa airport 105 minutes.
There is a small shop for essentials, 5 mins walk into the village. For main shopping Aulla is a 30 minutes drive, also access to the autostrada.
Further details
Garfagnana is set in a wide valley, surrounded by the mountains of the Apennines, and the Apuan Alps. The area is totally un spoilt, and remains untouched by the tourism evident in other, perhaps better known, parts of Tuscany.

The pace of life is very slow, and there are hundreds of hill top villages to explore, where it appears time has stood still since the days when most of the locals worked on the land. Try Barga, known for its restaurants and the beautiful ancient walled town of Lucca, the birthplace of Puccini. Florence is also accessible, as are Pisa, Siena or an hours drive down the autostrada to Parma and Modena.

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