Villa Guicciardini, one of the most elegant and prestigious historic villas near Florence, is the perfect framework to celebrate the most important moments of your life. The Villa is embraced by a wonderful centuries-old park, inside which there is an Italian garden, a lemon house, a pergola of strawberry grapes, a greenhouse for receptions and much more. Thanks to the suggestive outdoor spaces and as many indoor spaces, the Villa offers a perfect scenario to organize events of all kinds and to spend unforgettable moments with your guests.




 In ancient times this area, characterized by high rooms covered with cross vaults in brick set on massive quadrangular pillars, was used as a warehouse for grain, then later it was transformed into stables of the main villa.

The Salone is perfect for hosting receptions at any time of the year, welcoming up to 200 people, to be used both as the main reception point or as a location for aperitifs or after dinner celebrations.


 In conjunction with the renovation of the stables facade, a new building was built, probably used to house stables and barns. To date, the Sala della Stalla has remained, with the original stone manger. Thanks to its lowered and enveloping vault, it is an ideal environment to welcome an aperitif or a musical corner, or an area used for the entertainment of the little ones, creating a children's area for every occasion.




Sala Conviviale Filippo Brunelleschi

Crossing the entrance door of the Villa there is a large room of approx
55 sq. M. Named "Sala Conviviale Filippo Brunelleschi" dedicated to him for the discovery of his effigy in stone on the Noble floor of the Villa together with that of Giovanni de 'Medici, who, among other things, was a great supporter enough to commission him to renovate the Basilica of San Lorenzo in Florence.

The Hall is perfect for hosting up to 40 people for receptions of all kinds and in any season, and has access both from the front of the Villa and from the side garden.



Sala  Conviviale  Giovanni  de'  Medici


 The "Giovanni de 'Medici Convivial Hall" takes this name in honor of its patronage for fine arts. The 25 m2 room is connected to the "Filippo Brunelleschi Convivial Room, has a direct exit to the Italian garden, and can be used as an area belonging to the latter for aperitifs, music and open bars, or
game for the little ones.





La Cappella

 On the ground floor there is a private chapel built inside the Villa, in ancient times it was used both to practice the cult of prayer and to celebrate weddings.

As in any chapel, there is a central nave and a small marble altar decorated with golden details, laterally there is also a small wooden confessional.







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