Livingroom with fireplace
4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
Secular park with swimming pool
Weekly rates (sleeps 8/11)
Low season: 1,000/1,100 Euros
Medium season: 1,700/1,800 euros
High season: 2,200/2,400 Euros
The cottage stands among olive groves on 10 hectares of terraced land graced by fruit trees and hardwoods.
Tastefully decorated and very well equipped with 4 bedrooms (doubles/twin) and 3 bathrooms.
There is the possibility to host up to 8 + 1 child (10 + 1 child with thirds beds), kitchen, dining and living room, patio and veranda with ping-pong table; private pool and free wifi on the ground floor. Guests can enjoy the swimming pool on the sundrenched terrace facing the cottage, from where the view towards Spoleto is magnificent. Access to the cottage is independent from the period Villa that is in the same large estate. The swimming pool is open from May to September.
At easy walking distance there is a farm with a traditional restaurant. In the farm is possible to ride horses and see the animals, it is a so called "Active farm" and there are tours and special activities for families and children, to be reserved in advance.
10 minutes driving distance there is a beautiful SPA.
Notes on rates:
In the price are included: all taxes, final cleaning, linen, towels, weekly pool cleaning and basic hygiene kits
(bathrooms and kitchen).
Not included: utilities (electricity and gas), food, beverages and service (upon request).
Normally booked on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday.
refrigerator and freezer
ping pong table
Services on request: daily cleanings, preparation of meals, daily shopping, personal chef, babysitting, activities for children, tours and classes. please enquiry for the complete list of available activities in the area.
Spoleto 15 minutes, Assisi 30 minutes, Spello 20 minutes, Montefalco (and the Wine area of Umbria) 20 minutes, Orvieto 1 hour, Todi 1 hour, Marmore falls (largest in Europe) 45 minutes, Norcia and Sibillini National park 45 minutes, Valnerina (a valley with outdoor activieties and stone villages) 20 minutes.
Spoleto is undoubtedly the perfect place to immerse yourself in Italian history, culture and food.
The town, perched on a green hill, is unique thanks to the beauty of its monuments and the breathtaking surrounding landscape.
There is an enormous amount of things to do and to see in the area, all within easy distance and it is also a very central position from which to explore other parts of Umbria.
Rome is 1 hour and 30 mins away by train or car and Florence is 2 hours and 30 mins away.
The centre of the ancient town is dotted with shops, bars, museums, theatres, old libraries and excellent restaurants. Just a few steps from the apartments you have Medieval and Roman monuments, Romanesque churches and convents, beautiful squares where, during the mornings the daily farmers' markets or the characteristic antique market (the second Sunday of every months).
Spoleto, thanks to its medieval bridge called Ponte della Torri - 80 metres high - is within easy walking distance of mountains and woods. This is the reason why it is so much appreciated by visitors from all over the world: you have the amenities of an urban centre (shops, markets, restaurants, theatres, services...) combined with the close proximity to the surrounding countryside and mountains.
Spoleto boasts a strong cultural tradition thanks to Institutions such as the Lyrical Experimental Theatre, the Centre about Early Middle Ages and first of all the Festival of the Two Worlds (Festival dei Due Mondi), created in 1958 by the composer Giancarlo Menotti.
The urban stratification of its historical centre, among the largest in Europe, dates back from the Pre-Roman period (XI-X century B:C:) to the 19th century. The main remains, such as the Roman Theatre, Thermal Baths, Amphiteatre, Roman Temple and Roman Arches, show how important was Spoletium centre during the Roman Times. In the Middle Ages it was the prestigious Capital of the Longobard Duchy, a huge powerfull territory in central Italy. Splendid examples of this period are the Fortress, some tall towers, amazing mosaics, beautiful Romanesque churches and convents, the magnificent Bridge and the San salvatore church, one of the most ancient Christian churches in the world, wich has been declared UNESCO World Heritage site.
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