, a few minutes away from the historic centre, you can spend your holidays in the Court of the Templar
, a romantic enchanted castle, where history and luxury form a perfect union, providing a mystery aura that creates a quasi-magic atmosphere. This is a magic place
, where you can rediscover the past in order to realize how people lived in the Middle Ages, thanks to the faithful reconstruction of medieval places, which are built with different types of material, as stones, beams, joists, and mizzens. This kind of furnishing and setting-up is perfect to spend a romantic elopement and restore body and soul, in order to live a unique experience in a romantic room
that looks like something out of the Arabian Nights, with frescoed walls and canopy beds.
The structure is surrounded by a wide garden
, that distinguishes itself for a very beautiful swimming-pool
with Roman stairs and a vast patio, where a tasty breakfast is served and where you can also enjoy birds singing. The building is completed by an extended free car park.
The Court of the Templar is a little comfortable cheering castle
and is composed by 6 well-lit rooms
, where every single detail has been considered, concerning both facilities and furnishings, which are inspired by the Tuscan tradition and, at the same time, are perfectly combined with modern conveniences, preserving the strong identity that connects them to the past.
receives guests in a castle with medieval spaces, paying attention not to forget all the comforts of the modern technology, as for example air conditioner, LED-TV, telephone, hairdryer, strongbox, mini-bar, en-suite bathroom with shower, hotel amenities and free WI-FI connection.
The fantastic position of this castle, that is placed just 900 meters from the historic centre of Lucca, allows guests to leave the car in the park and to reach on foot or by bicycle the historic centre
, enjoying the particular atmosphere of Lucca
, a city where, walking through old alleys among churches, medieval palaces and restaurants (mostly Italian trattorias) seems to go back in time.