A Stately Retreat
Opulence awaits at every turn in the Villa Felice, an elegant estate that lies outside the hilltop village of Cortona, Tuscany. Manicured gardens, spacious terraces and the surrounding views of rolling hills blanketed by vineyards all add to the particularly Tuscan feel of this country retreat. Old and new designs are thoughtfully blended throughout the common areas and bedrooms: exposed wood beams and stone floors showcase the original structure while modern upgrades like a fully-equipped kitchen and air conditioning are greatly appreciated. Hues of gold, yellow and terracotta meet stately paintings, tapestries and statues to create a vibrant interior. While the manor could be mistaken for a museum with its eye-catching marble pieces, ornate light fixtures and dazzling artwork—plush couches, modern bedding and ample amenities will make you feel “at home.”
The property is comprised of two buildings: the main Villa and the Farmhouse. Between the two of them there are enough beds to comfortably sleep 20 people.Spectacular Stays
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Who It’s For
The Felice, an exclusive rental property, best serves large groups. This is the perfect place to celebrate a milestone event or to gather a multi-generational family.
Pastoral surroundings, vineyards, rolling Tuscan hills
10 Luxury Bedrooms
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The estate is available for private groups only.
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This villa is sold as part of part of a private B&R itinerary.
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Favourite Feature The views of Cortona and the rolling hills of Tuscany from this property are beyond compare. It's almost mesmerizing.
What a great way to spend time with your family, exercising, and experiencing a different culture.—Scott Evoy
How to Get There
Villa Felice, set just outside the hilltop town of Cortona in Tuscany, is easy to reach by air, train or car.
Arriving from Perugia Airport it takes less than an hour to reach Villa Felice. Arriving from Florence Airport takes an hour. Arriving from Rome or Pisa Airport takes two hours.
Just a ten-minute drive from the Villa is the main A1 superstrada and mainline train station with trains arriving direct from Rome and Florence.
Activities & Amenities
There’s plenty to take in on the private estate–you may choose to dine nightly on your equipped terrace—but it’s nice to know the bustling medieval town of Cortona is but a hill’s drive away. From your country estate you can easily experience the best of Tuscany and Umbria.
- Air conditioning
- Infinity pool
- Equipped kitchen
- Wood fireplaces
- Dining room
- Fitness room
- Outdoor terrace
- TV & DVD player
- Salon-grade hairdryer
- Clothes iron
- Security system
Villa Felice can also provide staff and services at cost, including:
- Weekly linen change
The property sits on beautifully tended grounds and is comprised of two buildings: the main villa and the farmhouse. Between the two structures, 20 people can sleep comfortably.
Spread between the Villa and the Farmhouse there are 9 rooms with en-suites and double beds. In one room there is the option to have the bed configured as a double or as twins.
On the first floor of the Villa the Master Suite features a spacious room with a double bed, sitting area and en-suite. Marble floors throughout.
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