Located within Pian dei Mucini park with its centuries-old trees, the old nineteenth-century Art Nouveau-style villa bears the name of the family that lived there for several generations until the thirties, the Moris. The exquisite design the villa is displayed through stylistic references to art nouveau and the simple and elegant pastel interpretation of a typically Tuscan decoration. Built in the second half of the 19th century and recently restored following modern-day canons, it retains some of its original dramatic features, such as the floors, the polychrome skylight windows and the floral embroidery on the cast iron radiators.
The villa consists of nine Superior double rooms and two Premium triple or quadruple rooms with panoramic terrace. The Premium rooms are located on the top floor of the villa and feature high ceilings and bright windows. Enjoy the clean hilly air that swirls between the sumptuous white curtains of the rooms as if you were a modern-day Tuscan Gatsby; and let the soft colours enchant and relax you. A large bathroom equipped with complimentary toiletries, including slippers and bathrobe, completes the atmosphere of the attic.
Don’t miss out on a lovely drink on the large private panoramic terrace illuminated by the moonlight.
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