Tired of searching the internet looking for an idyllic villa in Italy?
Rather than spending hours searching websites for an idyllic Italian villa holiday, contact us with your requirements and let us do the hard work for you. Bridgewater's Idyllic Italy is a family owned and managed Italian villa rental specialist. We hand pick Italy's best rentals and work with an extensive network of reliable owners and Italian colleagues - established over 40 years of living and working in this wonderful country.
Tuscany villa rentals are our speciality - particularly accommodation in and around Lucca and the Tuscan coast (Pietrasanta, Camaiore, Forte dei Marmi & surrounds - 'Our special part of Italy since 1973') We also offer a wonderful selection of private villas with pools in other areas of Tuscany as well as Umbria, The Amalfi coast, Italian lakes, Sicily, Sardinia and beyond.
We pride ourselves upon the highly personal service we offer which is why we handle each request on an individual basis - taking the time to listen to your requirements and understand exactly what type of villa rental youíre looking for. We offer many more properties than are shown on our website and encourage you to get in touch as we also believe people offer a personal service which computers can't! Call us today on: +44 (0) 161 787 8587 or email Italy@bridgewater-travel.co.uk
We look forward to hearing from you soon and being your hosts in Italy soon and for many years to come.
Christine, Nicola and Lucy Pearson
Your Bridgewater's Idyllic Italy Team.
Tuscany offers unsurpassed landscapes of rolling hills, vineyards and olive groves dotted with ancient castles, historic cities and fortified hilltop villages. The Tuscan coast with its elegant beach clubs, historic old towns and stunning mountain backdrops is one of the most sought after holiday destinations in Italy and has been 'Our special part of Italy since 1973'.
Home of philosophy, poets, pizza, ancient lost cities and the rugged Amalfi coastline. Whether you are looking for an island retreat in Ischia and Capri or an archaeological wonder in Pompei, Campania is definitely a region of Italy you don't want to miss. View properties
Umbria is known as the green heart of Italy and is a land that time forgot. Tranquil, timeless and untouched. Itís major towns such as Perugia, Todi,Assisi, Gubbio and Orvieto abound with magnificent works of art and the countryside abounds with rolling hills, olive groves, golden corn and fields of sunflowers. View properties
The glorious lakes of NorthernItaly! Ancient villas steeped in history, picturesque ornamental gardenswithbreath-taking backdrops of majestic snow-capped mountains. The Italian lakes offer visitors a range of experiences and stunning scenery. From bustling Lake Garda tobeautiful Lake Maggiore and elegant Lake Como - there is something for everyone.
Liguria offers over 200 miles of picturesque coastline, which stretches form the French border over across the boundary with Tuscany. Formerly a haven of Pirates, who would shelter their ships amongst the narrow rocky inlets, Liguria has since become a mecca, not only for the rich and famous, but also for those looking for a relaxing, sun drenched beach holiday in Italy. View properties
Puglia (or Apulia as it is also called), is the boot heel of Italy and a food and wine lover's paradise! A hidden region, almost unknown to tourists... an authentic retreat, very Italian with an un-spoilt coastline (with some of the cleanest beaches and water in the Mediterranean) and a landscape peppered by hillside villages, ancient ruins, castles and churches. View properties
Stunning coastlines to rival those of the tropics, with white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters! The stunning Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia have an atmosphere and personality of their own and must be explored! View properties
Whilst most people head straight to Venice the region also offers some of Italyís most beautiful countryside, Lake Garda, a vast collection of art galleries and fine architecture. Wine lovers will love the world class vineyards along the so called 'Ring of Prosecco'. The Verona opera festival is also well worth a visit. View properties
Rome is the main town in Lazio but Lazio is not just Rome - Lazio is a beautiful region of crumbling medieval hilltop towns, faded palaces, large and tranquil lakes, thermal springs and fine wines and glorious coastline with fashionable beach resorts. View properties
Quite simply: Italyís finest accommodation in the most exclusive locations. Personal concierge service. View properties
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