It was the former summer house of Serbelloni Dukes, which it has been owned since the 1500s. At present, the villa is now open for Grand Hotel Tremezzo’s guests. It is a hotel and resort located close by. The couples can occupy the villa for any purpose from photoshoot to romantic dinner or a wedding party. It can be used for a single day, three nights or even for a week. It is possible to book this gorgeous villa as per your convenience.
If you are taking the villa for long rentals, you can use six suites in the house for the bridal or family party or for your own purpose. Once you occupy this place, you can feel the history and traditions all around the region. The lovely marbled balconies, elaborate Italian gardens, and neoclassical architecture are some of the gorgeous setups remains ideal for your outdoor functions. The steps of the villa remain as the grand entrance for the wedding occasion.
You do not have to purchase Villa La Massa to organize your wedding function there. This villa has around 37 rooms and divided into three private buildings such as Mulino, Villino and Noble Villa. If you want to host an intimate event in Italy, Villa La Massa is definitely the best option. It is a 16th century estate that was possessed by the same person who owned the world famous Villa d’Este on Lake Como. The guests would definitely enjoy the morning treatments because of the traditional Arno Spa.
It is located at the secluded chapel close to Noble Villa. In the same way, they can easily get impressed by hosting the reception party here as it can be organized within one of the lovely villas or in the mountains of Chianti Rufina. It is possible to customize the whole event as Villa La Massa does not have any specific wedding packages. Other options you have in this villa are mouth water menu that consists of fennel sprayed wild salmon steak, veal chop in the coating of porcini mushrooms and homemade garganelli pasta.
It is located at a short traveling distance from the cities of Florence, Siena and San Gimignano. It is a 19th-century villa that remains as the best Tuscan retreat. The villa is occupied in a land area of more than 1,000 acres that mostly consists of woodlands and rolling hills. It is also filled with vineyards and olives groves.
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