Without doubt the most beautiful country house we've ever stayed in. In the gorgeous Garafagna region, a half-hour from Lucca, this small unspoiled village is hidden in the mountains.
The agriturismo has two houses, we stayed in the smaller one (2 people) which has a living room/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, veranda and balcony. The balcony has a breathtaking view of the mountains, the village and the family's vineyards. The agriturismo had just opened when we stayed there, and it's beautifully decorated and has everything you could need. The prices are very reasonable. They have their own website and are listed on a Tuscany agriturismo site for more information.
The Tomei family who run the agriturismo are extremely kind and friendly. They helped out with every request. When we asked about hiking trails, they brought us books and maps and gave us advice about the best places to go. They welcomed us with home-made wine, honey, and cherries (all organic).
The village itself is lovely, very typical but with no tourists, in the middle of green hills. People were extremely friendly, we felt like part of the village. The location is perfect -- a short distance from the area's sites : Ponte del Diavolo, the medieval town of Barga, and numerous hiking trails in the Apuan Alps. We went on an amazing hike up to the top of Panna della Croce, through forests and alpine fields and with a view of the Mediterranean from the summit!
For food needs, there's a large supermarket 10 minutes away (we cooked for ourselves while we were there) but there's also a great restaurant in the village and many others nearby.
It's great if you want to be able to do your own thing and be independent. The site was so lovely that we were very happy to just relax and enjoy the view and the calm. We had only planned to stay 2 days, but ended up staying for 5! I cannot recommend Nonna Nori highly enough, if you go there, you'll love it.