Well refurbished romantic one bedroom apartment, situated in the countryside just underneath the Duomo of Barga, and a short walk into the beautiful historic centre.
This apartment has it all!
Stylish interior with romantic bedroom and bathroom, beautiful garden, own small pool for cooling off and all within a short walk of the delights of Barga old town!
The property consists of:
- Open plan living/kitchen/diner. Stylish finish with good quality sofabed, dining area and a brand new modern fitted kitchen all with traditional terracotta flooring and some exposed stone work, along with beamed ceilings. This area has double doors looking out onto enclosed garden area.
- Arched door leading to romantic double bedroom via study area, with canopy style bed, beamed ceilings, wooden flooors and window overlooking garden.
- Large luxury bathroom with double ended bath, jack and jill sinks and separate shower cubicle, exposed stonework - bathe in style!
- Outside there is a private gated relaxing/garden area with al fresco dining, and then down to the side of the house, a large grassed area with pool and hammocks and sunbeds for sole use of guests. Parking
All this peace and quiet in a rural idyll yet a short walk from the bars, restaurants, and buzz of the stunning town of Barga.
A little about the area:
The mediaeval town of Barga, is well known for its art, music, restaurants and great views.
There are hilly windy cobbled streets, little piazzas, gelaterias, art galleries and restaurants, all settled beneath, 10th Century cathedral complete with 'Duomo'.
There are often outdoor concerts/plays performed many times free of charge with performances ranging from Rock and Pop, to Jazz and the Classics and in the summer there are regular festas and 'markets under the stars'.
All this is a short walk from the property so the location really is ideal!
Barga itself is circa 1 hour 15 mins from Pisa,
1 hr 40 mins from Florence;
50 minutes from the beautiful walled mediaeval city of Lucca
and close to the National Parks of the Apuane Alps.
A visit to Lucca is a must, with its fully intact walls which you can cycle around, gorgeous architecture, 99 churches (!), coffee bars, restaurants large piazza's & real Italian atmosphere. There are lots of cultural events, regular antiques markets, concerts, opera (there is a performance of operatic songs every evening) , and & of course the designer shops! Lucca Summer festival, held in July also attracts many famous Acts.
Other places to explore:
Strada del Vino
The stunning mountainous Garfagnana
The Wind Caves
Fortress at Verrucole