Villa with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms in Spoleto, Italy
From £1,137 per week
Villa to rent in Spoleto, Italy
Surrounded by beautiful countryside in the heart of Italy, this stunning villa is the perfect place to relax in total privacy. With a fully-equipped.
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Villa overview - owner's description
Surrounded by beautiful countryside in the heart of Italy, this stunning villa is the perfect place to relax in total privacy. With a fully-equipped, modern kitchen and comfortable furnishings throughout, it feels like a home away from home. The large garden and outdoor eating area mean there is plenty of room to enjoy dinner outside in the fresh air with friends or family. The villa is just a short drive away from Spoleto, a historic town filled with picturesque winding streets and delicious Umbrian delicacies waiting to be discovered.
Spread over one floor, the villa is easily accessible for people with disabilities and spacious throughout – making it a perfect stay for family or friends. Stylish decor gives the villa an elegant feel, complimenting the magnificent scenery outside. From the large, private garden, you can admire the nearby town of Spoleto as it sits amongst a valley of greenery. Thanks to the sheltered outdoor area, complete with tables and chairs, you can enjoy alfresco dining while taking in the stunning landscape.
Explore the wonderful winding streets that connect the city, unearthing lovely restaurants and pizzerias that serve dishes that you'll never forget. Umbrian food is known for being delicious, with chefs who pride themselves on serving fresh, traditional dishes using local ingredients. Truffles, asparagus and (of course) wine are just some of the local delicacies that are worth indulging in, with more pasta that you can shake a fork at!
Head into the centre of Spoleto, a medieval town with a fascinating history just waiting to be uncovered. Walking through the city on foot lets you fully appreciate its fascinating historical sites, such as the Romanic church of St. Ansano, an ancient Roman theatre and an amphitheatre which dates back to the 2nd century A.D.
If you're planning to visit in the summer, make sure you attend the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto. Hosted from June to early July, the festival features a wonderful array of entertainment such as opera, dance, drama, and visual arts. Listening to the opera as you drink a glass of red wine is lovely a way to soak up the Italian culture.
Holidaying in this villa lets you get a glimpse of what life is like for Umbrians. As one of our best-kept secrets, Umbria is not overrun by tourists – meaning you can take in the relaxing, slow pace of life the people of Italy enjoy. With wonderful walking or cycling routes just a few paces from your doorstep, this is certainly a picturesque getaway.
Interiors (ground floor, 1291 sq ft)
- Fully equipped kitchen with hob, cooker, dishwasher and kettle
- Spacious dining and living room areas, perfect for enjoying some relaxation with family or friends
- Bedroom 1 with double bed
- Bathroom 1 with bath and shower
- Bedroom 2 with single bed
- Bathroom 2 with shower and WC
- Large garden and outside dining area, complete with sun loungers
- Private outside area with wonderful views.
- DVD player
- Washing machine and ironing facilities
Nestled in the outskirts of Spoleto (2.5km) the villa is only a short drive away from the centre of the town. If you fancy a night in at the villa, the local supermarket is just a kilometre away.
Only a five-minute drive away, the beautiful city of Spoleto is full of culture. Delicious regional food is easy to find and with pizzerias and restaurants all over, a mouthwatering meal is just moments away. Whether you want pizza, pasta or something you've never tried before, just wander down the winding streets to uncover little gems and hidden delights.
Inhabited since early Roman times, the city of Spoleto is enriched with history. Arch of Drusus, St. Ansan and Teatro Romono are fascinating Roman sites that are must-sees and just a walk away from the villa. In the lower part of the city, discover wonders such the beautiful church called St.Gregorio Maggiore, an amphitheatre dated around 200 A.D and a Roman three-arched bridge.
The charming city is best seen on foot – whether you are walking through the countryside or cycling through the winding streets. Hike to the sacred mountain of Monteluco, a Roman holy place with a rich history. Head to the summit, where the Benedictines established a monastery which provided hospitality for pilgrims. The whole walk lasts around an hour takes you through a perfect mix of woodlands and city.
Further afield, the local activity centre Agriturismo Spoleto (15km) is full of fun things to do. Let loose with a game of Bocce Bowling or ride through the countryside on horseback. Enjoy a freshly-made meal in the centre and take note of the little culinary secrets that the chef is happy to share. You may even come home a better cook yourself!
If you are a lover of wine tasting, take a trip to one of Montefalco's (22km) lovely wineries. The city is also blessed with many idyllic olive grove mountain paths and has delicious regional menus for you to try.
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Updated 16 May 2020
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 3 June - 2 October 2020: changeover day is Saturday and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
- 3 October 2020 - 28 May 2021: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
- 29 May - 1 October 2021: changeover day is Saturday and the minimum stay is 7 nights.
- 2 October - 2 December 2021: the minimum stay is 3 nights.
Refundable Breakage Deposit
£890.96 per booking, paid locally
2 bedrooms, Sleeps 4
DVD/Blu-ray player, Satellite / cable
Central heating, Open fire
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