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a florentine MONASTERY





If luxury is what you are after then there is this amazing property overlooking Florence which provides the ultimate. They have an area where the ceremony is held and this is outside. The max capacity here is 2 to 12 persons. Then there is their chapel which can accommodate up to 80 persons, or you head outside in their gardens where they can accommodate up to 250 persons. The rose garden which sits above the main garden which has a max capacity of 60 persons, Roman garden which accommodates 250, the Italian garden which can accommodate up to 250… there are just a range of areas where the ceremony can be held as well as the canapés and aperitifs.


For dinner, we can head to the chapel which has a max capacity of 16 with an imperial table and 40 persons with round tables. The loggia, which is not exclusive and can accommodate up to 50 persons. Then there is the Italian garden which can accommodate 60 persons, their main room with a max capacity of 100 with round tables and 60 with imperial tables. After the event music can be played outside until midnight.


For small intimate weddings for up to 9/10 persons why not get married in their suite. Located in the 17-century former orangerie in the Italian gardens, the suite enjoys an intimate location with breathtaking views over Florence and the surrounding hills. The top-floor Suite is connected to a Garden Suite, linked by a staircase, complete with spacious bathrooms and wardrobes. These in turn are connected to a third suite through the garden, which creates a one-of-a-kind “private villa within the Villa”. This is ideal for families, groups of friends or for special occasions.  In total, the suite is made up of three bedrooms with king-size or twin beds, three living rooms, three bathrooms with separate bathtub and shower plus a courtesy bathroom, a small kitchenette and a private plunge pool on the top-floor garden. With breathtaking views over Florence and the surrounding hills.  We classify this venue as 5-star Gold.  Quote, Reference 636.



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