There are lots of accommodation options in Bagni di Lucca. Here are some that I know of.
B & Bs
Villa Rosalena…www.villarosalena.com Click here to see more on Villa Rosalena.
Ponte a Serraglio
La Balconata…www.labalconata.com Click here to see more on La Balconata.
Villa Isabella…www.villa-isabella.net/?lang=en For enquiries email…email@example.com
Il Moro…email only firstname.lastname@example.org Click here to see more on Il Moro
Apartments in and around Lucca…http://www.apartmentslucca.com
I am so happy each time I receive another post about Bagni do Lucca. I will visit this March and April. Thank you for your wonderful blog.
Thank you for your kind comment. I will be in Ponte a Serraglio in March and April. I hope we will meet one day at Bar Italia.
I have just heard about you through IL magazine…what an inspiration you are…living the dream…I love it!
I got the impression from the article that you let your place out when you are not using it, but I don’t see it listed here, or am I missing something? I am not very techno savvy but am learning.
I guess you are currently in Brissy or somewhere? I am about to retire and am looking for adventures and love the sound of your little paradise.
Maybe you can send me a link please.
Many thanks and look forwards to hearing from you.
I have sent an email with some more details.
My husbands family lived in Fornoli. Are there any Castrucci families there anymore?
There are Castrucci people in Ponte a Serraglio, but I don’t know about Fornoli. Perhaps someone who knows might see this.
Hello- my boyfriend and I are a little stranded here in Bagni di Lucca right now. We were supposed to stay in
Pieve di Controne
Bagni di Lucca
55022 Tuscany but the road there was harrowing and it was not close to any restaurants or stores. Not our idea of a vacation! We’re staying at an Agriturismo now which is nice but the bed is uncomfortable and this place is for young families, not a middle aged couple. We’re looking for a place with swimming pool access ( because it’s so hot) and we would like a small kitchen and patio area. Can you recommend anything? We definitely don’t want to drive up a small one lane road. We have a big car and I am afraid of heights.
Thank you in advance for any info you can give. My name is Lisa and I am American. My boyfriend Marc is French. We plan to stay in Italy until August 2.
I have sent an email with some suggestions.