About Villa Le Rose
A stay at Villa Le Rose in Tuscany, just outside Florence, is like stepping back in time. This majestic 15th-century Renaissance palazzo enjoys a prominent position with outstanding views over the surrounding Tuscan hills. The villa's aristocratic flair once played host to the Kennedy family, and the grand piano that Arthur Rubinstein played for them still occupies pride of place in the ballroom.
Its private courtyard is reached through a spectacular avenue of ancient cypress trees, leading to an impressive entrance hall lined with bronze statues and antiques. On the ground floor, a series of magnificent communal spaces begin with the grand ballroom and spacious sitting room. Both are decorated with stunning frescoes. There's a mirrored bar, a second sitting room, and a formal dining area that can seat up to 22 guests.
Six ample bedrooms are spread across the villa's two floors, allowing for flexible accommodation. They include a king-size double with an inviting canopy bed on the ground floor, and four doubles on the first floor with marble en suite bathroom.
Ideal for exploring the beauties of Florence, the Villa Le Rose is an elegant holiday home in Tuscany that offers outdoor living at its very finest. At the other end of the estate you'll find a private swimming pool and a large dining table shaded by a pergola. After lunch, you can stroll through the manicured lawns, vineyards, olive groves and even a small lake. That's a garden, Villa Le Rose-style.