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Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

Lovely farmhouse set between Macerata and Ascoli Piceno, surrounded by mountains

Superb landscape

Ideal for a romantic holiday

Beautiful outdoor pool

2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 4 people

Beautiful small gem of a villa cosily tucked away in a peaceful nook surrounded by the superb scenery of the Sibilini Mountains. This perfectly restructured stone farmhouse is charming and lovingly cared for by its owner in every detail. It features as one of our top honeymoon villas on pinterest because we think its the perfect place to enjoy your most romantic holiday, but it is also very good for small families.

The fenced garden frames the large swimming pool which equipped with diving board. The foliage of the climbing grape-vine under the pergola creates a cool shaded area for dining alfresco. The stream which laps the property is the ideal place to leisurely read a book lulled by the trickling sound of water in the background or to pleasantly stroll along its banks. And in the evening there is a telescope to watch the stars.

Accommodation: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 1 WC. Sleeps 4. Consisting of 1 double bedroom, 1 bedroom with bunk beds, WC, bathroom with shower, kitchen, living room with fireplace, private pool (12mx 9m) open May to September

Villa Amenities: Outside: Deck chairs, Umbrellas, Table and chairs outside, Masonry BBQ, Porch, Microwave, Toaster, Coffee Machine, Electric oven, gas, DVD, Dishwasher, Satellite TV, Electric Kettle, Fans, Mixer, Stereo, Washing machine, Drying rack, Ironing board with iron, Hair dryer, Fridge freezer, Cot with linens, High chair

Locality: Sarnano: 3km

The bustling spa town of Sarnano lies roughly half way between the two provincial capitals of Macerata and Ascoli Piceno. Its waters are natural and claimed to be beneficial for a whole array of issues. The modern town is overlooked by its quiet, rather austere, medieval borgo, topped by two solid towers, which has been left very much alone by the modern-day development. A steep, winding street leads up to a beguiling little square, Piazza Alta, flanked by the church of Santa Maria Assunta and the town's medieval municipal buildings - Palazzo del Popolo with its finely decorated Gothic-Romanesque portal, the Torre Civica, the Palazzo dei Priori and the Palazzetto del Podest. The more recent Palazzo Municipale, half way down in via Leopardi, houses a small art gallery which includes a Madonna and Child with two angels by Vittore Crivelli, younger brother of the more famous Carlo.

The town has several hotels which provide a convenient base camp for exploring the Sibillini Mountains. A good wide road winds up from Piazza della Liberta' , in the modern part of the town, through beech wood coppices and limestone crags until, after about twelve kilometres, it reaches Sasso Tetto, one of the Marche's main ski resorts, and well equipped with ski lifts and accommodation.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: perugia 100 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

General Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided

The Marche/Abruzzo region

Le Marche has been almost unknown to tourists until the last few years. This beautiful region offers its own rich diversity of arts, history and culture that sets it apart from the rest of Italy and it a perfect location for a relaxing holiday in a traditional and unexplored part of Italy.

What to do

Le Marche is immersed in Renaissance art and architecture that makes the region an outdoor museum, with a backdrop of historical hill towns, countryside villages and beautiful beaches. Set along the Adriatic Sea, with 80km of spectacular coastline, Marche harbours 26 resorts; from the picturesque views offered by Sirolo and Numana to the wonderful seafronts of Porto s. Georgio and Civitanova Marche, there are endless sandy or pebbly shores and natural bays along the rocky coast to explore. The Sibillini mountains are an outstanding backdrop to the rolling countryside - it is hard to describe the beauty of the landscape with the green valley below and the towering peaks covered in snow. This area is great for walking and outdoor activities.

The Cities

The regions elegant towns Macerata and Urbino are abound with Renaissance palaces, fortresses, beautiful squares and medieval houses. They offer lively historic centres, a broad range of shops and festivals. Urbino itself has been quoted as being 'the ideal city of the Renaissance' and 'the Siena of the Marche'.

The food and wine

Le Marche offers a wide range of centuries-old traditional food products and dishes featuring olives, ham and fish and there is an array of good wines including Verdicchio.

Where to stay

Holiday Homes in Italy offers a wide range of self-catering accommodation in Le Marche, click here to view our collection of properties.

How to get there

Le Marche is served by Ancona airport but it is also possible to access the region by neighbouring airports in Ancona (Abruzzo) and Rimini (Emilia Romagna).

Why Le Marche?

As a holiday destination, Marche is a gem of a region with its own low cost airport, offering most of the highlights of its nearest and most popular neighbours without the tourists. Beautiful countryside, impressive towns and a great coastline make this region worth exploring. If you are looking for a peaceful holiday, welcoming atmosphere and your own slice of Italy, then Le Marche hits the spo

Sarnano

Le Marche has been almost unknown to tourists until the last few years. This beautiful region offers its own rich diversity of arts, history and culture that sets it apart from the rest of Italy and it a perfect location for a relaxing holiday in a traditional and unexplored part of Italy.

What to do

Le Marche is immersed in Renaissance art and architecture that makes the region an outdoor museum, with a backdrop of historical hill towns, countryside villages and beautiful beaches. Set along the Adriatic Sea, with 80km of spectacular coastline, Marche harbours 26 resorts; from the picturesque views offered by Sirolo and Numana to the wonderful seafronts of Porto s. Georgio and Civitanova Marche, there are endless sandy or pebbly shores and natural bays along the rocky coast to explore. The Sibillini mountains are an outstanding backdrop to the rolling countryside - it is hard to describe the beauty of the landscape with the green valley below and the towering peaks covered in snow. This area is great for walking and outdoor activities.

The Cities

The regions elegant towns Macerata and Urbino are abound with Renaissance palaces, fortresses, beautiful squares and medieval houses. They offer lively historic centres, a broad range of shops and festivals. Urbino itself has been quoted as being 'the ideal city of the Renaissance' and 'the Siena of the Marche'.

The food and wine

Le Marche offers a wide range of centuries-old traditional food products and dishes featuring olives, ham and fish and there is an array of good wines including Verdicchio.

Where to stay

Holiday Homes in Italy offers a wide range of self-catering accommodation in Le Marche, click here to view our collection of properties.

How to get there

Le Marche is served by Ancona airport but it is also possible to access the region by neighbouring airports in Ancona (Abruzzo) and Rimini (Emilia Romagna).

Why Le Marche?

As a holiday destination, Marche is a gem of a region with its own low cost airport, offering most of the highlights of its nearest and most popular neighbours without the tourists. Beautiful countryside, impressive towns and a great coastline make this region worth exploring. If you are looking for a peaceful holiday, welcoming atmosphere and your own slice of Italy, then Le Marche hits the spo

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