Exploring Tuscany and the local area…

Exploring Tuscany and the areas local to Casa Di Nonnas… Lucca A short drive from Casa di Nonnas, Lucca is a beautiful walled city, birthplace of composer Giacomo Puccini and first colonised by the Romans in 180 BC. The historic centre within the walls still preserves the rectangular grid of the Roman street plan, though the earliest inhabitants were the Etruscans. Traces of the old Roman a...
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Find out more about Casa di Nonnas…

Casa Di Nonnas : Casa di Nonnas is a traditional and rustic style Tuscan villa offering stunning accommodation situated in the enchanting Tuscan countryside. Owned by brothers Maurizio and Marco Mori from Sheffield in England the property is lovingly maintained and cherished year-round to ensure our guests have an amazing stay. Our patrons, Maurizio (who established and has operated Sheff...
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About Casa di Nonnas accommodation…

Casa Di Nonnas comprises  – The Main villa and adjacent, converted barn; The Cherry Tree. The main villa’s luxuriously appointed accommodation sleeps six and includes two double bedrooms (one with a four-poster bed), bathroom/shower, twin bedroom with en-suite wc, large kitchen, utility room and lounge. The Cherry Tree barn sleeps two/four and has a well-fitted kitchenette, l...
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Some help getting to know Tuscany…

Discover the spirit of Tuscany Birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, home to the world heritage sites of Florence, Siena, Pisa, San Gimignano and the Medici villas, a place of landscapes bathed in light so beautiful they seem unreal – it’s no surprise that Tuscany is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations, attracting millions of visitors each...
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