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Reviews of holiday houses in Umbria

We have 17 reviews of our holiday houses in Umbria.

Family from Chester, United Kingdom August 2018

We had an amazing stay at Casa Giulia. Giulia was ever helpful from booking onwards and a most kind and gracious host - helpful and informative without ever being intrusive. The house is very big with lots of space for a family to spread out, and has a lovely terrace for meals and relaxing in the shade. The highlight is undoubtedly the swimming pool, especially in 30 degree plus temperatures - a big pool, nicely warm and available whenever we wanted to use it. We loved our holiday and would thoroughly recommend.

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Family from Silverton, Usa July 2018

Our stay at Meridiana was a highlight of our first ever Italian vacation. The location is incredibly beautiful, the home we stayed in very clean and filled with all we needed for a comfortable stay, and the hosts were welcoming, and made arrangements for us to enjoy local wineries, truffles, and food. This is a place I want to return to again and again, and will likely dream about while away. The sky, the sounds of the birds, the sweet alpacas, and the tremendous warmth of the hosts made this a memorable stay.

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Family from Claremont, Usa November 2017

We wished we had more time! The farm is a beautiful location in the Italian Countryside. It is a great respite from the bustling cities and not too far from several lovely hilltop towns. We hope to return soon. The house was exactly what you would hope for with beamed ceilings and hand made window shutters. The heater worked great and we were cozy under our alpaca blankets made from the wool of the animals. The kitchen was nice to have because Italians don’t really do breakfast, we were able to buy groceries and cook in the morning before we headed out for the day. The only down side was the water was not too hot and the shower head in the master was really useless so we had to take a bath instead. Literally the only thing that was not ideal. The hosts are lovely people and went out of their way to accommodate us including escorting us to the farm at 11 pm because it was raining outside and a little difficult to find. We would absolutely recommend this property to everyone.

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Friends from London, United Kingdom August 2014

Casa Giulia is located near to the beautiful town of Todi (about 15 mins drive) in the green hills of Umbria. I never expected this part of Italy to be so green in August. The pool is a really good size, down quite a steep set of steps, past the owners house (i.e not conjoined to the property) and has a great diving rock! The pool overlooks olive groves and it is really a beautiful setting. The house, although it looks old, is a recently built house but is very well furnished with some really nice pieces. One double bedroom is en suite with a bath, and the other has a WC/Basin. There is a third bathroom with shower. My only gripe was that the metal sprung beds were really a bit creaky and too springy, so if one of you turned, the other knew about it, so we didnt sleep that well. Thankfully there is a third bedroom to which you can escape!

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About Umbria

Villas, apartments and holiday rentals in Umbria

Arguably, the best of Italy's traditions can be found in the rolling hills of Umbria. Bordered by neither sea nor any other country, this region has kept alive the customary food, wine and lifestyle of Italian culture, yet still remains a better value option than some other areas in Italy.

Known as the green heart of Italy, this sparsely populated region boasts a vast undulating landscape robed in olive groves and dense forests. Woodlands, sunflower and corn fields and vineyards surround the stunning Lake Trasimeno, which also offers nine beaches well-equipped for holiday-makers. For culture, art and architecture Umbria’s towns and cities offer the lot: Perugia, with the River Tiber running through it, and its cobbled alleys and historical mansions, the beautiful medieval hill towns such as Todi and Spoleto, and Assisi’s grandiose Basilica di San Francesco containing frescoes by Giotto. Experience the real Italy from your villa in Umbria.