THE APPEAL OF HISTORY - THE CHARME OF NATURE - THE ART OF HOSPITALITY

EXTERIOR

in the italian garden
in the italian garden
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in the italian garden
in the italian garden
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table in the italian garden
table in the italian garden
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the italian garden
the italian garden
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in the orchard
in the orchard
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tables between the hedges
tables between the hedges
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wedding table
wedding table
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flowers on the wedding table
flowers on the wedding table
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in the orchard
in the orchard
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INTERIOR

in the main room
in the main room
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in the dining hall
in the dining hall
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in the dining hall
in the dining hall
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in the dining hall
in the dining hall
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in a drawing room
in a drawing room
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the hall
the hall
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wedding table
wedding table
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in a drawing room
in a drawing room
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ceremony in the dining hall
ceremony in the dining hall
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Just a few kilometres from Florence, in the midst of a large country estate filled with exotic trees, lies the 16th century Villa di Bivigliano, an incredible setting for an unforgettable event.

The Villa boasts a beautiful garden on various levels that can host up to 300 people, along with myriad rooms of varying sizes suitable for weddings, parties, gala dinners, work lunches, art shows and concerts, film and photography sets, conferences and special occasions.

Characterised by sombre and elegant facades, the villa is reached via a large grass lawn flanked with cypress trees and enjoys incredible views over the surrounding landscape of hills, woodland and distant mountains. At the back of the villa there is a delightful Italian Renaissance garden with an octagonal fountain at its centre. Following on from this, a small orchard leads to the impressive panoramic terrace which looks out over the vast and uncontaminated valley below.

Upon entering the villa, which can host up to 150 people at a seated dinner, there is the large main dining hall (which can seat up to 90 people alone) with its high ceilings and balconied upper level. From the dining hall there is access to a number of cosy and elegant drawing rooms and reading rooms tastefully furnished in keeping with the classic feel of the villa. Moving downstairs there is a typical cellar made up of a number of adjoining rooms in stone and vaulted ceilings, along with the historic kitchen of the villa with its fireplaces and large woodburning aga. There is direct access to the garden from both the ground and lower ground levels.

The villa has plenty of space for car parking and also has a large selection of furniture and accessories (tables, chairs, garden furniture, lanterns etc).