With grounds spreading over 50.000 m2 the evocative swimming pool and lakes, the private chapel, the elegant apartments for guests, the ancient barns hosting over 200 people, Valle di Badia is the perfect location to host conferences, meetings, ceremonies and receptions, or just to have a relaxing holiday.
In the heart of the Pisan Mountains, this beautiful 17th century hamlet has been painstakingly and accurately restored with every single detail of this enchanting property resembling the original characteristics to create both the colours and traditions of the past, offering breath-taking views and perspectives.
Valle di Badia is situated at a crossroads between Lucca, Florence, Siena and Livorno, in a strategic position for those who want to visit the beautiful cities of Tuscany and at the same time enjoy the charm and pleasure of the Tuscan countryside.
The property is completely fenced and has an automated gate and spacious parking lots.
The rustic area
The canopy in front of the swimming pool, where originally hay and straw were stored, is now a cosy area, perfect for a cocktail or a starters buffet. The old tools on the walls, the rustic wooden-beam ceiling and the ancient stone walls are a fascinating step into the past.
The old granary is truly breathtaking. Situated next to the swimming pool this large area can cater for 200 people (seated).
What makes the room truly special is the natural light which pours in through the large bay windows which line the walls.
The granary can accommodate for separate tables or large tables. With its stylish light furnishings the granary is designed to feel spacious and luxurious making it the ideal location for dinners, parties and even company meetings or product launches.
Just as a grain of corn symbolises re-birth and hope for the future, the granary is the perfect place to celebrate a new life together or launch a new product or service.
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Each apartment has been enhanced with all modern conveniences so our guests have a really enjoyable stay here.
Renovation work has focused on revealing the simplicity and warmth of country life, but uplifted with sophisticated features, in the choice of fabrics and colours, as well as attention to detail.
The perfect combination of Tuscan rural tranquillity and luxury resort. The apartments sleep up to 26 people with both beds and sofa beds. The apartments take their name from the original buildings and professions that once occupied the hamlet.
A blue point in the green
The Valle di Badia swimming pool is a real jewel in the hamlet’s crown. Made up of several pools at different levels, it lays in absolutely spectacular settings with waterfalls, and choreographed water and light features.
Surrounded by broad green areas and open air parlours, it’s the ideal scenery to enjoy an appetiser, a candlelight dinner and to organise unforgettable events by the swimming pool.
The swimming pool has also a spacious jacuzzi area for you to enjoy a relaxing bath surrounded by nature.
Faith, wedding rings
Located in a prominent position, the Valle di Badia’s St. Michael church is characterized by its stunning architectural beauty.
Rectangular in its form, the apse, the entrance, stone walls & roof, depict a compelling representation of a rich past coupled with a historical presence making it a crucial landmark to the hamlet.
Inside you are greeted with elegantly frescoed, vaulted ceilings and the decadent 18th century altar frame furnishings & impeccable restoration.
Surrounded by greenery
Covering an important area of over 50,000 square meters, the warmth of the Valle di Badia grounds is the ideal place to be surrounded by the delights of nature.
The park unfolds over a hilly terrain, sprinkled over woods, olive groves and impeccable lawns.
In the heart of the grounds there are two beautiful ponds and winding, quaint small roads to enjoy relaxing walks, taking in the scenery, the majestic colours and general sense of tranquility of a long but not forgotten past.
The hamlet is engulfed with lush & dense vegetation that perfectly frames the Valle di Badia, isolating it from any point of reference with the outside world, to help protect & preserve its ancient history.