The residence is located at the gates of Citta di Castello (PG) and enjoys a beautiful view overlooking the Upper Tiber Valley. The same consists of two units connected to each other, but also usable separatamente.Tutti compartments of the two units are furnished with fine furniture finely decorated by local artist.
Both units are about 100 square feet.
In the outdoor area there is a lovely garden surrounded by oak trees, acacias, tuglie, cypress and lavender bushes where, nestled on a natural stone floor, there is a good pool of 6 for 12 yards with a trampoline.
Next to the pool stands an elegant gazebo with elegant ivory-colored drapes and wooden floor, where to dine or just read a book in peace.
Next to the gazebo there is a handy built-in barbecue, to rediscover the pleasure of a succulent grilled outdoors.
In the area south of the garden, by the pool, there is a bath with shower and washing machine.
Customers will also have the opportunity to buy at the end of their stay, one of the furniture or objects of furniture that should please him.
All the rooms of the two units are furnished with fine furniture finely decorated by local artist ***.
Both units are about 100 square feet.
*** Customers will also have the opportunity to buy at the end of their stay, one of the furniture or objects of furniture that should please him.
The guests will have access to: 'La Ginestra' (sleeps 4): built on two floors, is equipped with terracotta floors on the ground floor and oak flooring upstairs, the ceilings on both levels were made with terracotta tiles and exposed beams.
The ground floor consists of: a large living / dining room with fireplace, sofa and LCD TV, a kitchen, a study and another compartment may be equipped with two additional beds.
The upper floor is instead composed of a double bedroom beautifully furnished, one bedroom with two single beds and a bathroom with shower. The sleeping area is accessed via a delightful internal staircase with steps made of wood and wrought iron handrails.
Or 'The ACACIA' (6 beds): is on one floor and is also paved with precious terracotta.
E 'consists of a spacious living / dining room with ceiling made of beams painted where is a comfortable sofa and an LCD TV, a kitchen with a stove, oven and refrigerator, two bathrooms with shower, two double bedrooms and a bedroom with two single beds, all tastefully furnished.
If guests were to be part of a large group or want to still have available throughout the residence, to spend the holiday in peace may be restricted both the housing units.
A tour around
Very famous is the description of the valley made between first and second centuries AD Pliny the Younger (61-113) in a letter to his friend Apollinaris. Pliny had his own favorite villa in the Tiber Valley and so describes the landscape:
"The appearance of the country is beautiful: imagine a huge amphitheater which only nature can create it .... '
The residence at the gates of the City of Castle enjoys a beautiful view overlooking the Upper Tiber Valley.
The attractions are many, finding the location at the crossroads between Umbria, Tuscany and Marche:
- Città di Castello, (5 min.), Cited by the 'Italian Touring Club' among PLACES CAPTIVE of 2015, for its historical center and renaissance for the two museums 'Alberto Burri', one of which the 'squeegee', defined one 'spectacular example of contemporary art and industrial archeology'.
- Sansepolcro (AR) (15 min.), Birthplace of the Renaissance artist Piero della Francesca, where you can admire works as the Polyptych of Mercy (phone number hidden)) at the Civic Museum of Sansepolcro or 'the Madonna del Parto' in nearby Monterchi (AR).
- A few minutes drive you can also visit the medieval Montone (PG), Monte Santa Maria Tiberina (PG), Anghiari (AR).
- A 30-minute drive you can visit Perugia, which the American writer Henry James wrote: "Maybe I'll do a favor by telling the reader how it will spend a week in Perugia. His first care will not be in a hurry, walking everywhere very slowly and aimlessly and to observe all things that his eyes meet. »
Even a 30-minute drive away is the town of Arezzo where to visit for example:
The Cathedral, the Gothic church contains the tomb of Pope Gregory X, XIV century, the Cenotaph Tarlati, the fresco of Mary Magdalene by Piero della Francesca and the windows by Guillaume de Marcillat.
The Church of San Domenico: founded in 1275 and finished at the beginning of the fourteenth century. There is exposed the wooden crucifix by Cimabue.
The Basilica of San Francesco: The Bacci Chapel contains the fresco The Legend of the True Cross, Piero della Francesca.
- Less than an hour we find the charming Spello, the mystical Assisi, the city of St. Francis, with its superb panoramic Montefalco Sagrantino, Lake Trasimeno with Isola Maggiore and Polvese Island, the scenic waterfall Marmore .