Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
THE FLAT: Completely refurbished 2 bedrooms fully furnished 95 square meter flat in the historical center of a beautiful olive oil producing town, Trevi. Only 10m from Montefalco (wine production area), less than 20m from Assisi, Foligno or Spoleto, 40m from Orvieto or Perugia, around 2h00 from Firenze, Roma and the sea. There is a large public pool less than 15m walking distance from the flat. Ideal for up to 4 guests.
DETAILS: In front of the entrance there is a separate toilet and a cellar with a washing machine and a storage place. At the top of the stairs there is a large 40 square meter open space that includes the dining room with an open kitchen, a small storeroom and a living room. The kitchen is completely furbished with a kitchen sink, a fridge-freezer, a dishwasher, a 7 functions oven (including microwave and pulsed air) and cooktops with a hood. There are plates and flatware as well as a series of pans, bowls, Shortly said, everything you need to be able to cook (I am a cooker). The dining room has an extendable dark-brown table and 6 design chairs. There is a beautiful Indonesian cupboard full of glasses, candles, candlestick, a sommelier set to make your stay even more enjoyable. There is also a complete set to make cocktails. The living room includes a 42 inches (109cm) plasma screen with a DVD player (with a selection fo DVDs), a hifi systemwith CD player (to which you can connect a USB key), a large sofa and a small chest of drawers. It has a large window and a beautiful view on the valley. The bathroom is equipped with 2 separated sinks, a large shower for 2 and a toilet. There is a corridor between the dining room and the sleeping rooms. The first one is equipped with a large bed of 190x200, a large wardrobe and a long shelf. It is bright with 2 windows. The second one is equipped with 2 large single beds (90x200) presented as a double bed but that can be separated, a wardrobe and a shelf. It has one window.
EQUIPMENTS INCLUDED: We provide bed linings, 2 towels per person (1x 50*100 and 1x 70*140), 3 dish-towels as well as toilet paper, dishwasher detergent, salt, paper, some bottles of alcool, aso. We kindly ask you to replace what you finish. Electricity and water consumptions are included.
INTERNET: There is no wifi because we have no fixed line. We propose internet access through a satellite key. The speed is good for checking emails and doing some research. With on key, you can connect one computer at a time only. The cost is 1€ per full hour (there is a 30eur refundable deposit for the internet key). If you want to use internet more, we can give you the address of local telecom reseller that can propose you 3G alternatives.
SWIMMING POOL: There is a beautiful large public pool with free parasols and deckchairs less than 15m walk from the flat (a few minutes by car). It is large. There is also a small one for young children as well as a series of slides for children to play. People tend to go for the whole day and the entrance is a few euros per day.
SITUATION: The flat is in the historical center of Trevi town. Trevi (06039) is in the centre of Umbria. Umbria is well-known for its beautiful panorama (see Trevi, Montefalco, Bevagna, Spoleto, Spello, Assisi, Perugia, Gubbio, el Lago del Trasimeno, le Cascate delle Marmore, Todi, Orvieto and much more), its medieval towns (same), its food tradition (pasta strangozzi, fresh truffles, olive oil, porcini/ceps, delicatessen and much more) as well as an excellent and warm weather. The flat is in Trevi where you have everything you need if you want to have an easy life and only walk during your stay: grocer's shop (small shop where you can buy food), a butcher, a baker, a few bars and very nice and cheap restaurant. There is finally a fabulous playground for children in the centre of the city. You don't absolutely need a car if your aim is to profit from the sun and the pool.
BEACH/MONTAINS: Beaches are not close. It takes approx. 1h30-2h to go to the beach depending where you want to go. High montains are relatively close (30-60m). You can also get beautiful ballad in the highs of Trevi's area.
CLOSE AIRPORTS: Assisi/Perugia: 39km (30m), Ancona: 139km (1h45), , Pescara: 200km (2h20), Rimini: 190km (2h10), Roma (CIA): 162km (2h00), Roma (FIU): 177km (2h10), Pisa: 200km (2h10).
LOW COST AIRLINES: Ryanair (flying to Ancona, Perugia, Pescara and Pisa); Cityjet (Firenze); Airberlin (Rimini and Firenze); Meridiana (Firenze and Rimini); Tuifly (Pisa and Rimini); Easyjet (Pisa); Vueling (Firenze and Pisa); Germanwings (Firenze and Pisa).
CLASSIC AIRLINES: All classic airlines tend to fly to Rome (Ciampino or Fiumicino)
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Civitavecchia 170 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Perugia/Assisi 39 km, Nearest railway: Trevi|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Safe|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
The Umbria region
TO SEE IN TREVI: The Duomo of Sant' Emiliano, a Romanesque building with a carved door and an apse with carved corbels, the interior of which was significantly reworked in the 18th century. The Madonna delle Lacrime, a medieval monastery and church with large votive frescoes, including an Adoration of the Magi by Perugino, his last known signed and dated work. The Church of San Martino, with Lombard lapidary remains and good paintings by Mezzastris. The Church of San Francesco, a large Gothic building now hosting the Museo S. Francesco, with an important collection of Umbrian painting from the late Middle Ages through the 17th century, and ex-votos representative of 16th- through 18th-century folk art. The Museo della Civilta dell' Olivo provides an educational look at the olive industry, from the planting of the olive through its processing into oil.
EVENTS IN TREVI: Trevi in festa, concerts and exhibition around the city (early August), Paglio Terzieri in Trevi –race between three carts representing the Terzieri (October), Black Celery Market, and Sausage Festival in Trevi, a full week of cheap delicious traditional food around the city (October), Frantoi Aperti, the doors open to several olive oil presses around Umbria offering visitors the chance to talk to producers, see how olive oil is extracted and attend seminars and guided tastings (early November).
Campello sul Clitunno
TO SEE IN THE AREA: Visit the area (Assisi, Perugia, Montefalco, Bevagna, Spoleto, Spello, Assisi, Perugia, Gubbio, el Lago del Trasimeno, le Cascate delle Marmore, Todi, Orvieto and much more), taste/discover truffles, discover olive oil production, do a local wine tasting (of excellent quality, don't miss the grechetto and the sagrantino).
EVENTS IN THE AREA: the Olive and Bruschetta Festival in Spello (February), the Black truffle festival in Norcia (February), the Parade of the Dead in Bevagna (April – one of the the most ancient parades in Italy going back to the XIV century), Vino in Piazza in Montefalco (April), Calendimaggio in Assisi (May) – A famous festival where the medieval Assisi comes to live again, la Corsa dei Ceri in Gubbio – Traditional and spectacular 'Race of the Candles' on the 15th of May in Gubbio, Open Wine Cellars in Montefalco (last week end of May), Wines of the World in Spoleto (May/June), the Gaite in Bevagna – A neo-medieval fair (July), Giosta Della Quintana in Foligno – A custom dating back to the 17th century where knights from ten rival districts of Foligno compete in jousting matches (July and September), the Festival di Spoleto – a five week festival placed in the stunning hilltop castled city of Spoleto performing literary and visual arts, Opera works, orchestral performances, ballet, prose readings, marionettes, concerts and film debuts (June/July), Festa del Voto in Assisi – Commemorations of Saint Chiara's miracle (in 1241 she stopped the Saracen attack in July), Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia – World famous jazz festival (July), the Summer Festival in Gubbio (July), Trasimeno Blues Festival (July), Paglio of The Boats in Passignano sul Trasimeno (July), Festival of Saint Rufino in Assisi – Solemn liturgies in the cathedral and choral music concerts (August), Saint Chiara's Festival in Assisi – Holy music concerts (August), Fuga del Bove in Montefalco – An antique race that has been run since XV century, where each neighbourhood is represented by a shepherded bull (August), Umbrian Folk Festival in Orvieto – Music, dance, food, Italian and international's craft (August), Agosto a Montefalco – Folk and cultural celebrations (August), Barrel Race in Gualdo Tadino – In this traditional contest, a barrel weighing 6 tons is pushed by alternating teams of 20 men up a steep slope (August), the Festival of Baroque Signs in Foligno – includes concerts, exhibitions, parades in costumes, roundabout of arms, theatrical spectacles and cinematographic exhibitions (August), Festa dell'Uva in S.Elena di Marsciano – Famous wine festival in Italy (September), Donkey Palio in Gualdo Tadino – Donkey races (September), Chiara di Dio in Assisi (September/October) - an extraordinary theater scene that brings love, devotion, humanity, Orvieto con Gusto in Orvieto –Seven days between to celebrate the wine and gastronomic tradition (September/October), Art in The city in Perugia (Sept/Oct), Todi Art Festival (September, Sagra di Patate Rosse (Red Potatoes of Colfiorito) in Foligno (September), Sagra of Grapes in Montefalco (September), Saint Francesco in Assisi – National celebrations of Saint Francesco, the patron saint of Italy (October), Paglio Terzieri in Trevi –race between three carts representing the Terzieri (October), Cavalcata di Satriano in Assisi – Historical and religious commemoration of Saint Francesco's recovery, Eurochocolate in Perugia – The historical centre of the capital of Umbria is full of chocolate stands (October), Trasimeno Blues in Perugia (October), Mostra Mercato del Tartufo Bianco in Gubbio (October), Medieval Festival, Black Celery Market, and Sausage Festival in Trevi (October), Chestnut Festival in Avigliano (October), National Exhibition Market of White Truffles in Gubbio (October/November), Sagra di Tartufo e Patate Bianco in Pietralungo (October), Bianco D'assagio Vini Italia in Corciano (November), Mercato di Tartufo in Fabro (November), Festa di Olio in Trevi – Celebrating the olive oil produced from this year's harvest, visitors can enter the old frantoi of the town and taste the extra virgin olive oil on hot bruschetta (November), Truffle and forest Products Exhibition in Citta di Castello (November), Saint Martino's Festival in Sigillo – Free samples of chestnut products and local wines (November), Antique Show in Perugia – Largest antique fair of the year for Perugia (November), Sagre di Olio in Montecchio (November), Sagre di Castagna in Montecchio (November), Frantoi Aperti (early November), the doors open to several olive oil presses around Umbria offering visitors the chance to talk to producers, see how olive oil is extracted and attend seminars and guided tastings, Umbria Jazz Winter in Orvieto (December), Trasimeno Blues Festival in Lago di Trasimeno (December), Albero di Natale Piu Grande del Mondo in Gubbio (December), Li Fauni (Bells Festival) in Norcia (December), live Nativity Scene in Foligno (December), National Agritourist Festival in Assisi (December), Pasta Festival in Spoleto (December), Feast of St. Nicholas in Bevagna (December), Sagre di Olio in Paciano – First 10 days in December.