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Villa Morghen
9/10 - 3 review

Villa Morghen, a prestigious complex (ex monastery) rich in tradition, located in beautiful hills around Florence.The essential style have preserved its charm and original aspect, the friendly and comfortable ambience, the modern comforts. all together create an unique atmosphere!

Most of the rooms are very large, much beyond the standard, very bright and some of them have an exclusive view of Florence.The maximum capacity is for 60 people in rooms with private baths, direct line telephones and television.

The types of rooms are as follows: double room single use, Double Room, Duplex Room (made up of two communicating rooms, with bathroom access from one of the rooms), Plus Room (made up of two separate rooms and a corridor from which there is access to the bathroom).

Official Tariffs

  Low season High season
Single Room 65,00 € 70,00 €
Double Room (single use) 70,00 € 75,00 €
Double Room 90,00 € 100,00 €
Quadruple Room 135,00 € 150,00 €
Prices are subject to changes
Low season Periods must be confirmed by the property holder.
High season Periods must be confirmed by the property holder.

Useful Info

- Prices not include breakfast
- Rooms are with private bath
- Prices are per room
- Included in room price: 10 % VAT
- Not included in room price: city tax per person per night.
- Extra Bed: euro 20


- Frescoed restaurant in the antique refectory
- Reading room in the old monastery library with many books and periodicals
- TV room with satellite TV for moments of relax
- Wooden choir room used for special cultural events
- Tavern for moments of conversation and get-togethers
- Free private parking for up to 15 vehicles
- Garden
- Self-service laundry room
- 24 hour concierge
- Internet point
- Information on museums, monuments, public transportation and events in the city, tourist and nature guide books and other information on restaurants and typical products
- Trekking
- Settignano is the place from which many trails begin for walks into the Fiorentine hills

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