The modern property (ID 967) enjoys fabulous open plan and spacious rooms with wonderfully situated bright lake view main reception area which comprises a stylish living area with comfortable sofa and flat screen TV for guest's relaxation and entertainment.
An opening leads to a large separate kitchen diner which boasts a fully equipped newly fitted kitchen and a dining area perfect for enjoying a freshly cooked family meal.
The main living area boasts direct lake views with two sets of French doors which both open out onto a fantastic sunny lake view balcony.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Varenna Lakeside 4 km|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bergamo - Orio al Serio 72 km, Nearest railway: Varenna - Esino 4 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Pool||Shared outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Guests can enjoy memorable alfresco lunches and dinner parties, as well as romantic aperitifs as the sun sets down of the breathtaking mountaintops. The stunning panoramic lake views incorporate the famous golden triangle resort towns of Bellagio and Menaggio, providing idyllic central lake views to leave an everlasting impression for you and your guests.
The internal sleeping accommodation is ideal for families with a spacious and stylish master bedroom and a second bedroom furnished with two single beds, making this beautiful holiday home ideal for groups and families of upto four. A newly fitted modern bathroom with power shower, wash basin, WC, bidet and washing machine completes the internal accommodation.
|Further details outdoors|
From this fabulous residence the surrounding mountainside hiking routes can be enjoyed and the nearby ski resort is an ideal winter escape during your holiday.
The Italian Lakes are a little slice of paradise. Elegant ribbons of blue water stretch out ahead, folded into the sun-baked foothills, with a spectacular back drop of the snow-capped Alps.
Lake Como offers hidden treasures just waiting for the visitor to discover them: charming corners forgotten by time, lakeside villages where nothing seems to have changed for centuries.
It is steeped in history with an immense collection of churches, architectural masterpieces and works of art covering the centuries. The lake is situated in a basin surrounded by wooded mountains, and offers an extremely varied landscape, with its' shores featuring a succession of pastures, and woods as well as harsh and impressive rock formations.
All this alongside elegant, lakeside villas with sub-tropical gardens, which provide a haven of peace and tranquillity and chic resorts such as Varenna, Bellagio, Menaggio and Como itself.
Warming, in spriing and graced with natural beauty, the lakes are still a place to draw breath and wonder. Lake Como, oriented north-south, ringed by characterful old villages often wedged onto narrow beaches between rugged cliffs and water. Those classic lake images of flower strewn balconies, Baroque gardens and splendid waterside villas can be found here in abundance. Dotted around and between the lakes are some of Italy's finest art cities, such as Milan, Verona & Bergamo.
The most romantic and picturesque villages on the lake are Santa Maria Rezzonico, Varenna (15 min by ferry) & Bellagio (8 min by ferry), Lenno (visit Villa Balbianello, location for 007's Casino Royale as well as Villa Gaeta, right here in Menaggio) & Laglio (where George Clooney owns Villa Oleandra).
From Perledo the nearby resort town of Varenna, named the ‘Porto Fino’ of Lake Como and arguably one of the most romantic of all resort towns on the lake, is situated just a 10-15 minute’s drive away.
Here guests can enjoy exploring the magical medieval quarter with timeless cobbled streets which lead to quaint cafe lined piazzas, lakefront vistas and the famous attraction of Villa Monastero.
An idyllic woodland trail leads above the town to the historical Castello di Vezio where medieval re-enactments, banquets and falconry displays can be enjoyed during the long summer months.
Other than the beautiful famous villa attractions and breathtaking natural scenery the wide selection of central lake activities from the family friendly Lidos to sailing, power boat hire, swimming, tennis, golf to paragliding draw many visitors here each year; making this location perfect for holiday makers who want it all and perfect for guests of all ages!
This old fishing village has several very interesting shops; from local butchers to craft shops and bars, as well as many restaurants ranging from simple but fabulous pizzerias and trattorias, to elegant dining experiences with lake views. Varenna offers excellent rail links to Milan & Venice! Plus there are ferry links to all the gorgeous villages & towns along Lake Como's shores; it makes a great base for exploring the area.
Skiing in the area is bountiful with resorts such as Madesimo 1.15 hours to the north and the local ski resorts of Piani di Bobbio & Pien della Betulla are only 40 - 50 minutes away. And for an exciting day trip any time of year, why not go on the beautiful drive, through the Alps, to the international jet-set resort of St. Moritz, only 1.5 hours by car.
Varenna is the place to get away from it all, but also be in touch with the rest of the Lake. For the romantics, the historians or for those who love peace, tranquility and a history that goes back thousands of years this is the place.Varenna is an ancient fishing village with close to 1000 residents spread along a steep hillside overlooking Lake Como.
Varenna, built on a rock at the foot of a mountain is a boat stop from Bellagio on the east side of the lake and though popular it escapes the throngs in Bellagio (undeniably lovely, but like many other undeniably lovely places the crowds, higher prices and ‘tourist trap’ experiences can be very trying). Varenna dates from the 5th century - you can still see in places the original Roman layout of the town: a geometric design which allows wonderful views of the lake.
The reds, terracottas and yellows of its houses, its mild climate and the olive and cypress trees make you wonder whether you aren’t 200km further south. After the nearby island of Comancina was destroyed the population increased and flourished. The warring factions, as with much of Lombardy saw Varenna at odds with Como on many occasions and the rule of Varenna pass in typical Italian family tradition from the Visconti family to the Sfondrati's. Today Varenna is a lovely spot to chill out, although be aware that shops and even restaurants have been known to shut for lunch, so expect the better things in life to take longer.
Varenna is one of the most beautiful towns on the lake, its steep winding alleys lined with charming homes, flowering balconies and lace-curtained windows. In the evenings, the village is serene and picturesque. Truly a perfect place for relaxing. This is an understatement! The warmth of the locals combined with the perfect setting of the place, would melt the coldest hearts of the most demanding travellers.