La Mucchia Hotel in Tuscany
La Mucchia Casa Vacanze & Art Gallery is located in Tuscany, an area of great historical and artistic interest. The Tuscany vacation house is situated at the foot of Cortona, an ancient Etruscan town, founded by the residents of Umbria about 3,000 years ago. The farmhouse suites hotel is currently divided into eight luxurious suites, Tuscan style, surrounded by 7,000 square meters of land used for lawn, gardens, olive trees and other services and features. Some of these include parking, a children's play area, a splendid swimming pool surrounded by nature and history, and sun terraces with views of Cortona.
La Mucchia vacation house, being so ideally located for day trips (in the countryside, yet still close to Cortona), should prove the perfect choice for your Tuscany vacation and accommodations. Guests have chosen it as number one out of more then thirty hotels and farmhouses in the Cortona area. Before renting a house for your vacation in Tuscany, read and compare reviews of La Mucchia vacation house on TripAdvisor, where guests freely express their experiences travelling and staying in Tuscany.
La Mucchia Casa Vacanze, being a Tuscan Art Gallery as well, offers guests the opportunity to enjoy original oils painted by talented professional artists, all inspired by the stunning views of Tuscany and Cortona
“La Mucchia casa vacanza & art gallery” is located in the region of Tuscany, an area of great historical and artistic interest.
The vacation house is situated at the foot of Cortona, an ancient Etruscan town, founded by the residence of Umbria about 3,000 years ago, even before Rome was established.
“La Mucchia casa vacanza & art gallery”, located among fields of sunflowers and is very close to 71 Countryroad, linking the area to major urban centers, as well as to Florence - Rome Railway and to the Autostrada del Sole ( A1) and the Perugia - Siena Freeway.
||Loc. Mucchia 26, Cortona 52044 (AR), Tuscany, Italy
||+39 0575 604805
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This page was last updated: 25 August 2011