Central Todi holiday apartment rental with internet access, walking and fireplace and TV

Artists' House

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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4 Home 20829

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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Nearest beach 140 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

This apartment is included in a 3-story Roman and Medieval house that hosts only 2 apartments in total and which is set back from the street in a small nice courtyard, a five-minute walk to Todi’s main square, with its 12th century cathedral, town hall, clustering of outdoor cafes and frequent cultural events. All of Umbria stretches out below you from the windows. Owned by an Italian painter in early 20th century who decorated the ceilings of the majestic buildings in the square and then by a great Pulitzer-prize poet, the apartment still keeps the charm of the Roman and Medieval times: the nice large outdoor landing in front of the main door where you can sit and enjoy the view of a typical Medieval street and courtyard, the old arches, vaults and Roman well in the basement, the imposing century-old wooden beams and terracotta tiles of the ceilings and floors. People love the apartment not only for its charm but also for its privacy while being so close to the square. The apartment and the whole house were restored in 2006 by retrieving all original materials, such as terracotta tiles on the floors, massive wooden beams on the ceilings, stone walls, stone fireplaces

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Nearest beach Ostia 140 km
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Perugia 50 km, Nearest railway: Todi Ponterio 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Fireplace, Internet access
General Central heating, TV, Satellite TV
Standard Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Furniture Sofa Beds (1), Single Beds (2), Cots available (1), Dining seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Access Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

The Apartment sleeps 2+ 2, 70 sq m NET area on one level (first floor)

Spacious eat-in kitchen with view over the landing and the countryside around Todi. It features a wood burning old stone fireplace, the whole cabinets made of antique wood and countertop of white Carrara marble; dishwasher, double sink, refrigerator, freezer, cooker and oven

Large living room with massive central stone fireplace and windows overlooking a private garden, a quiet neighbourhood and the surrounding countryside. It features 1 sofa bed

Twin/Double bedroom with balcony and window overlooking a private garden and surrounding countryside

Bathroom (large shower, sink, WC, bidet)

Basement: a communal laundry room / storage also serves the Apartment. It features 1 washing machine and 1 dryer, iron, ironing board, sink

Further details outdoors

Distances: in historical centre of Roman and Medieval Todi, about 180 m from main square Piazza del Popolo and all shops, banks, chemist’s, restaurants; 50 m from nearest bus stop, from free car park for residents and about 400 m from town car park; 5 Km from Todi train station and exit of the E45 highway that crosses Umbria; about 40 Km from major Umbrian towns like Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Spoleto and Gubbio; about 50 Km south of Perugia airport; 120 Km north of Rome and 200 Km from Rome Fiumicino airport

The Umbria region

Area: 8,456 sq Km

Inhabitants: 820,000

Land: 71% hills, 26% mountains, 3% plain

Provinces/County Capital Towns: Perugia ( about 150,000 inhabitants) and Terni ( about 110,000 inhabitants)

Distances from Rome: Todi 120 Km, Perugia 160 Km, Orvieto 100 Km

Key Tourist Areas: Todi, Perugia, Lake Trasimeno, The Tiber Valley , Gubbio, Assisi, Orvieto, Spoleto

Places of Interest: Assisi: Basilica of St Francis - the burial place of the aforementioned saint who received the 'stigmata'; the hermitage of St Francis; St Clare’s Church; the Minerva Temple. Orvieto: the Duomo, which has am impressive façade; the numerous churches and “Palazzi” in the centre. Perugia: the National Gallery of Umbria, containing pieces by Duccio, Fra'Angelico, Perugino and Piero della Francesca; numerous churches and monuments.

Must Sees: Giotto and Simone Martini's frescoes in the Basilica of San Francesco. The Orvieto Duomo, whose facade equals those in Milan and Siena. Gubbio, a small medieval hill town almost untainted by commercialism

Airports/Trains: Perugia: “S.Egidio” airport . Rome, “Leonardo da Vinci” airport in Fiumincino, Florence, “Peretola” airport . There are good rail links from Rome and Florence to Umbria. There is a local rail link that connects Terni (southern Umbria) to Perugia (northern Umbria)

Famous for: Perugia chocolate (“Baci Perugina”), jazz festivals, cuisine (simple genuine cuisine based on truffles, porcini mushrooms, asparagus, cicoria, hand-made pasta, roast game), wines (Umbria produces Italian wines of excellent quality non only thanks to a natural predisposition of its lands but also thanks to the handicraft it has in the cultivation of vineyards and wine harvest acquired along the times by its producers. Among the best Italian red wines we surely find: the Rosso of Torgiano, the Rosso of Montefalco and the Rosso of the Colli Amerino. Moreover, we should mention the Sagrantino of Montefalco that is without any doubt a protagonist of the not only Italian but worldwide gastronomic and wine scene. Despite they are less famous, the Umbrian white wines are also excellent; we should mention: the Grechetto, the Orvieto Classico and the Bianco of the Colli Amerini and of the Colli del Trasimeno), olive oil (The Umbrian hills, specially in the area of Assisi, Trevi, Campello and Spoleto, are perfect land for cultivation of olive oil. The rich and at the same time light taste are the guarantee of a level of quality very elevated certified by the denominations D.O.P. D.O.C. D.O.C.G. that the largest majority of the producers of the region has earned. In the last ten years, biological cultivation techniques have spread over the fertile land of producers caring for the saving of the environment and for the quality of products such as the Umbrian ones); ceramics (handicraft of ceramics in Umbria has antique roots testified by the discovering of works of great value dating back to the pre-roman era. The big treasure represented by the knowledge, the techniques of handicraft and the experience associated to a taste and a style developed along the centuries make of the Umbrian ceramics and potteries true and proper masterpieces in this area. Moreover, the common vocation of the region has matured symbols, use of colours and geometric shapes of the decorations that are different from an area to another, so that the productions of Deruta, Gubbio, Orvieto, like also the productions of Gualdo Tadino and Assisi maintain their identity); art and architecture (Etruscan, Roman and Medieval pieces of art and architecture)

Festivals: 1st Sunday in May, Gubbio, 'Corsa dei Ceri' - 3 teams race on wooden stretchers through the town carrying three 20feet high 'ceri', representing 3 patron saints. June, Spoleto - 2 months of theatre, concerts and entertainment. July, Perugia - Umbria Jazz Festival. 3rd and 4th weekend of October, Perugia, 'Eurochocolate'. End of December, Orvieto, Umbria Jazz Festival. Foligno: The Tournament of the Quintana. Bevagna: the Market of Medieval Booths

Theatres: Montecastello di Vibio: The Concordia Theatre, famous as the smallest theatre in the world, was built between the last years of 1700 and the first of 1800; Perugia: The Morlacchi Theatre, built on an old convent from 1777

Narni: The Town Theatre is one of the rarest examples of baroque theatres built inside an old “palazzo”

Weather: Can reach average lows of 3 degrees and highs of, on average, 30 degrees

Best times to Visit: Like the rest of Italy, Spring and Autumn are best

Central Todi

Known as “the most liveable town in the world” according to the U.S. Kentucky University search, Todi was supposedly founded around 2707 B.C. by the Veii Umbri and later developed by the Etruscan population. Both the Etruscans and the old Romans improved the town with their splendid works, gates, walls and theatres. In the Middle Ages the town flourished and numerous gorgeous “palazzi”, gates and churches were built around the main square, which is considered one among the most beautiful squares in Italy. Quiet, clean and safe, the town is the perfect place to stay, live and work or to start a tourist tour around splendid Umbria as it lies in the centre of the region, about 30-minute drive from major towns like Perugia, Orvieto, Assisi, Gubbio, Spoleto

Area: 221 sq Km

Height: 410 m above sea level

Inhabitants: about 17,000

Land: 100% hills

Province/County Capital Town: Perugia ( about 150,000 inhabitants)

Distances: 120 Km north of Rome, 150 Km south of Florence, 45 Km south of Perugia and Assisi, 35 Km east of Orvieto

Key Tourist Areas around Todi: old Roman town Carsulae, medieval hamlets and castles like Montecastello di Vibio, Titignano, Casigliano, Porchiano, the smallest theatre in the world in Montecastello

Places of Interest: Romanesque Cathedral in the main square, Town Museum, old Roman underground cisterns (below the main square), panoramic Gothic bell-tower and church S. Fortunato, Renaissance church Maria della Consolazione, the 3 belts of town walls and their gates (Etruscan, Roman and Medieval), the over 30 town churches, old Roman niches

Famous for: place of birth of greatest Italian poet Jacopone da Todi, hand made ceramics and pottery http://www.english.umbria2000.it/Default.aspx?IdArt=81118&IdCat=3377 , handicraft, antique exhibitions and markets, cultural festivals and activities www.centrostudidellagiacoma.it, cuisine, D.O.C. wines http://www.english.umbria2000.it/Default.aspx?IdArt=39865&IdCat=3481 and olive oil http://www.oliotacchio.it/ , numerous good restaurants

Weather: Can reach average lows of 3 degrees and highs of, on average, 28-30 degrees


By Highway http://www.welcomeservice.it/index_e.asp

From the North: Highway "Autostrada del Sole" A1 Firenze-Roma, exit Valdichiana, drive ahead to Terni along E45, exit Todi-Orvieto or Highway "Autostrada del Sole" A1 Roma-Firenze, exit Orvieto, drive ahead to Todi along SS 448

From the South: Highway "Autostrada del Sole" A1 Firenze-Roma, exit Orte, drive ahead to Perugia along E45, exit Todi-south or Highway "Autostrada del Sole" A1 Roma-Firenze, exit Orvieto, drive ahead to Todi along SS 448

By Train http://www.welcomeservice.it/index_e.asp

Firenze-Terontola-Perugia Ponte San Giovanni – Todi Ponte rio; Ancona-Falconara-Foligno-Perugia Ponte San Giovanni- Todi Ponte rio; Roma-Orte-Terni-Todi Ponte rio

By Plane http://www.welcomeservice.it/index_e.asp

Umbria Airport: S. Egidio close to Perugia, about 50 Km north of Todi (45-minute drive to Todi)

Rome Airports: Leonardo da Vinci in Fiumicino, about 200 Km south of Todi (2-hour drive to Todi); Ciampino Airport, about 200 Km south of Todi (2-hour drive to Todi)

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    Calendar updated:16 Dec 2014

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