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Suite of the week: Locker Cottage, Argentario Golf Resort & Spa, Porto Ercole, Tuscany

Suite name: Locker Cottage Location: Argentario Golf Resort & Spa, Porto Ercole, Tuscany, Italy Size of accommodation: 220 sq m / 2368 sq ft Cost per night: From 1,800 euros What makes it special: It’s a cottage that innovates the idea of Tuscan country house with a glamorous and eclectic touch, offering a panoramic location between the sea villages of Porto Ercole and Porto Santo Stefano. Locker Cottage Locker Cottage Locker Cottage Surrounded by an olive-tree garden, this design villa offers panoramic views of the surrounding golf course up to the WWF-managed Lagoon of Orbetello. Locker Cottage golf view Locker Cottage golf view Locker Cottage golf location The Locker Cottage features three bedrooms with king size beds, 3D TVs and en-suite bathrooms. The master bathroom includes an XL hot tub and a Turkish bath for your ultimate indulgence in Tuscany. A stylish living room and a fitted kitchen complete the villa that only offers luxury design furniture. Locker Cottage resort services The cottage is located on a hill bordering the golf course, just 200 metres away from the main building of the 5-star Argentario Golf Resort & Spa. Guests can move around in their own golf cart, and enjoy a secluded location immersed in nature. Locker Cottage breakfast Guests have all the 5-star resort services at their fingertips, including access to Espace Wellness Center, Tuscan gourmet cuisine at Dama Dama Restaurant and challenging rounds of golf on the eco-friendly Argentario golf course. If you would like to be featured as ‘suite of the week’ on A Luxury Travel Blog, please contact us.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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5 Comments

  1. Tuscany (and indeed most of Italy) is absolutely stunning. A beautiful part of the world and without doubt my favourite place to cycle around. Always seems extra beautiful when we have such grim weather, as we have here lately :)

  2. As I read this post and dream of Italy, it is snowing here in Quebec City… but wow, what a villa! Tuscany is on my bucket list, and I can totally see myself spending a couple of days here. Not sure about the 1,800 euros per night, though :-)

    Nevertheless, a place to consider for a romantic getaway, golf and some wine & dine in great company!

    Cheers,

  3. Amazing!Wouldn’t mind relaxing there in the summer sun with a bottle of Super Tuscan. I love mix of luxury with the rustic-type surroundings. Seems like a quintessential Tuscan experience.

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