This peaceful retreat in the Umbrian countryside, with breathtaking 360-degree views of the green, rolling hills, is proudly offered by Cosmic Villas.
This villa is ideal for families or groups of friends travelling together because it has 16 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 38 guests.
Within its expansive grounds, it consists of a lovely main house with stone exteriors, three guesthouses in the farmhouse style, and a cottage.
Due to its proximity to a treatment centre and ample outdoor area, the villa is also well suited to holding holistic, athletic, and artistic retreats.
There is a heated indoor pool with hydromassage and a Turkish bath, and a beautiful blue pool outside with sun loungers scattered around it.
Recent repairs and elegant decorating have created a cosy ambience in the villa, guest houses, and cottage.
There are comfortable sofas in the quaint living area where you may relax in front of the old-fashioned fireplace.
There is a bar in the games room, and the dining area is magnificent, with a huge wooden table and many windows leading to the garden.
This area is made from natural materials and was created sustainably while blending in with the surroundings.
A professional kitchen is fully stocked for individuals who enjoy cooking.
The bedrooms feature a watercolour wall, a mix of double and twin beds, and additional sofa beds for guests.
They are decorated in a serene style.
The area is tucked away in Selva di Meana and Monte Peglia park, both recently designated as UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves.
The villa is surrounded by vegetation and is situated at the end of a cypress tree-lined road that connects to what the owners call the "courtyard" of the Umbrian hills.
There are olive groves on the grounds where visitors can take a tranquil stroll.
On-site entertainment options are many and include cooking lessons where you can prepare your pasta, pizza, and nourishing soups.
Enjoy a relaxing massage from one of the skilled on-site therapists while soaking up the energising chromotherapy and fragrant steam.
It is possible to design individualised treatment regimens to help you get the most out of your spa visit.
The estate can arrange excursions to discover Umbria and recommend hiking and mountain-riding locations.
Visitors can go horseback riding, go on an exhilarating 4x4 adventure, or go river rafting nearby.
The verdant scenery of Umbria serves as the ideal setting for outdoor sports.
Contact us right away to make a reservation or learn more.
*Please note that the cottage is subject to availability only and must be requested and confirmed at the time of booking.
Main Villa Interiors (sleeps 8-11 guests)
First Floor (accessed via external stairs)
Guest House 1 Interior (near the main villa, sleeps 10-11 guests)
Ground Floor (separate entrance at the back of the house)
First Floor (accessed via six external steps from the front of the house)
First Floor (accessed via a separate entrance at the back of the house)
Guest House 2 Interiors (sleeps 2-3 guests)
Guest House 3 Interiors (between the entrance gate and main villa, sleeps eight guests)
Ground Floor (two wings, accessed from outside)
Cottage (behind the main villa, sleeps 4-5 guests. On request and subject to availability only)
In a quiet and secluded part of Umbria, there's so much to see and do around this glorious region.
Many activities keep you busy without even leaving the grounds, such as spa therapies.
The villa staff can organise an exciting range of experiences to help you make the most of the area.
You'll find a cluster of restaurants and bars in a local village, around a 15-minute drive away.
Foodies will adore the Umbria area as there are many food and wine-based activities.
The villa can organise olive oil tasting, truffle hunting excursions, and trips along the Sagrantino Wine Road.
This road has countless family-owned wineries nestled within medieval houses.
Guests can sample fine wines like Torgiano Rosso red and Grechetto white wine.
The cooking classes on offer draw from the best of fresh, local ingredients such as lake fish and delicious truffles.
Lake Trasimeno, just an hour away, is a dreamy place to visit - a splash of dazzling blue within the green landscape.
Within the lake, there are tiny islands, including Isola Maggiore and Isola Polvese.
Ringed with medieval villages and tiny towns, Lake Trasimeno also has lots of walking and biking trails.
The backdrop of the lake includes sunflowers, olive groves and cornfields.
Central Italy's largest lake - and the fourth largest in the country- perfect for a day trip - has an enchanting atmosphere.
In terms of history and culture, many Etruscan settlements exist, especially around Castiglione del Lago.
One of the medieval villages around the lake, this picturesque spot has ruins of ancient tombs and a castle called Rocco del Leone.
Other beauty spots around Umbria include Cascate delle Marmore, the largest artificial waterfall in the world - the Romans created it over 2000 years ago.
There are three sections to the spectacular falls and lots of watersports that the whole family can try including rafting, canoeing and canyoning.
The falls are located within a lovely park around an hour away by car.
Visit some of Umbria’s most idyllic villages, such as nearby Todi with its glorious historic architecture, charming Orvieto and beautiful Assisi and Spoleto, both around an hour away.
Umbria is also known for ceramics, with many pottery studios dotted around the area.
Pick up some artisan ceramic pieces as a souvenir. Additionally, some famous Cashmere producers are in this part of Italy, so fashionistas will want to explore local boutiques for a cosy winter sweater.