Located in the small medieval village of Lari, Il Frutteto is set above the town, in front of the castle with a wonderful view over the village. It is 130m above sea level and is the perfect base from which to visit the famous Tuscan cities, thermal baths and the sea. The village, developed around the castle, is peaceful and welcoming. It is famous both for the castle (Castello dei Vicari) and also for the Martelli artisan pasta factory.
Il Frutteto is surrounded by a large park containing olive and fruit trees. There is a shared swimming pool and two main buildings, one red, one yellow, each of which contains four Tuscan-style apartments.
Each apartment is equipped with all modern equipment and each has its own veranda overlooking the gardens.
There is a 24 hour reception where guests can book tours, activities and tastings.
There is also a resturant on site which serves traditional Tuscan dishes.
It is possible to book these apartments on a half board basis. This includes breakfast & a 2 course dinner (excludes alcohol). The cost of this is £25 a head. For children between 3 & 8 years this price is reduced to £11 a head. Prices per day.
Open-plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen with sofa bed (160x190cm). 1 double bedroom. 1 shower room. Terrace.
First floor apartment.
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Prices are in £s sterling per week, per villa. If your holiday dates cross two seasons please ask us for a quote.
*Prices in Euros are approximate only and are only intended to provide an indication of the Euro price.
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TV with English channels - varies between the UK terrestrial channels and in some cases may be a full viewing package.
TV with limited English channels - free to view programmes which may be limited to news & sport.
TV with national channels - Portuguese speaking television.
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