Villa | 7 bedrooms | sleeps 14
An old farmhouse that has been carefully renovated, respecting the original structure and the architectural style of the area, recently converted into a welcoming country villa. Pleasantly furnished in classical Umbrian style, good facilities.
The beautifully tended outdoor areas include a splendid panoramic terrace equipped for eating “al fresco” for the exclusive use of guests, a swimming pool (6 x 12) with changing rooms and shower, a five-a-side grass football pitch, a pergola with wood-fired oven and barbecue, and an orchard.
The villa is located in an ideal position, within easy reach of the town of Perugia, as well as all the main tourist destinations of Umbria, including Deruta with its ancient ceramics, and Todi with its historic medieval town center. Other nearby places of interest: Torgiano (2 km) which has food shops and restaurants, Perugia (13 km), Assisi (19 km) and Lake Trasimeno (32 km).
The villa has Wi-Fi internet connection. The property is fully enclosed and accessed via an electric gate. It has a shady 7 space car park. 2 cots/cribs and 1 high chair are available for small children.
To be requested on site, at an extra cost: mountain bikes for hire, mini-bars in the bedrooms.
GROUND FLOOR: loggia with facilities, large lounge/dining room with SAT TV, DVD player and stereo, adjoining billiard room, fully equipped kitchen with oven, freezer, dishwasher, American coffee maker and toaster, 1 bathroom with shower, laundry room (washing machine, washtub, iron and ironing board).
FIRST FLOOR: lounge, 6 double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and shower, 1 double bedroom with bathroom and whirlpool bath.
Extra costs and further information
Final cleaning € 20 per person. Minimum amount for the final cleaning: € 150.00
One set of bed and bath linen per week included in the price
Cot for babies under 2 years with bars available: free of charge
Domestic pets: not allowed
Swimming-pool opening times (if available) Apr 26, 2014 - Sep 27, 2014
Refundable damage deposit to be paid in Euros on arrival € 500
Central heating according to consumption
Electricity included in the price
Further costs to be paid on the premises in cash:
For stays exceeding 7 days obligatory cleaning service on Saturdays € 150.00 to be paid on site. Mountain bike hire.
|Size||Sleeps up to 14, 7 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|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||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms of which 8 Family bathrooms|
The Umbria region
History, culture, natural beauty, crystal waters, dazzling beaches...and food to die for. Italy really does have it all. From Venice's architectural jewels in the north to Puglia's sun soaked olive growths in the south, there's something for everyone in this country of infinite variety.
Whether you choose to spend your time exploring the Adriatic Coast, with its white sands and dramatic promontories, or the gentle rolling hills of Umbria, where almost every view is reminiscent of a Renaissance painting, your time in Italy will be time well spent.
And let's not forget the Italian Lakes, whose serene and ageless splendour has beguiled visitors for centuries. As has the island charm and Sicily and Sardinia, two very different yet equally enchanting holiday destinations. Last, but by no means least, is there any other city on the planet that can match Rome for its combination of ancient history and cosmopolitan style?
Prepare to relax in the most enchanting surrounds you have ever seen...
In the heart of Italy, Umbria provides a green and unspoilt landscape that inspired painters and poets to capture its unique, timeless beauty. Rolling hills, verdant valleys, mountains and plains all combine to form a perfect setting that captivates and charms from the moment you visit.
Whether you're soaking up the natural and historical beauty found around Lake Trasimeno, Italy's largest central lake, or enjoying a stroll around one of the many characterful medieval towns, such as the UNESCO world heritage site at Assisi, you feel part of a rich historical pageant. If you're lucky, you may well stumble across a traditional festival that celebrates and shares age old traditions with Umbria's many visitors.
For foodies, the native truffles are a must as are the delicious assortment of cheeses, salamis and sausages – accompanied by any number of excellent regional wines.