Villa Cetinale, TuscanyBaroque palaces dot Tuscany’s landscape – among gnarled vineyards and rolling olive groves, these 17th-century villas stand as a grand reminder of the region’s noble history. After decades of decadence, the manor is now in the hands of Ned Lambton, whose father purchased it in the 1970s. Interiors are as opulent as you would expect – four-poster beds, marble-top side tables – and the manicured gardens are lined with cypress trees. The family now rent out the whole house, which can sleep up to 27 – it’s the ultimate place for a blowout party. If you book something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission.