A handsome 18thC stone cottage for four

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Cottage

A handsome 18thC stone cottage for four

La Casetta at San Cristoforo, a handsomely restored 18thC stone cottage set in outstanding countryside, provides an enchanting setting for a memorable holiday for up to four people. The former workers' cottage stands in magnificent countryside between Urbino and Gubbio in the northern Marche.

The property boasts the highest standard of furnishings and decoration, a properly equipped kitchen, breathtaking views and an easy and convenient access road. The owners live onsite and have over 20 years experience of living and working in the area.

La Casetta and our other rental property, La Pieve, together with the main house - once the canonica, or ...Read more

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Peter Greene & Richard Dixon

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A handsome 18thC stone cottage for four
Cagli, Marche, Italy

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A walk through the alpine flowers in the upland meadows in late spring, a swim in high summer in the rock pools of Cagli’s two rivers, and a visit to the late autumn truffle fair in the nearby town of Acqualagna are among the attractions that give this area its particular fascination. Cagli itself, a beguiling small medieval town, is only 5 km away.
San Cristoforo is well placed for exploring the historic cities of Le Marche and Umbria. Urbino and Gubbio, two of central Italy’s best conserved Citta’ d’arte, are less than half an hour’s drive away.
Assisi, Arezzo, Spoleto, Jesi, Loreto, Perugia and San Leo are a few of the many towns that can be seen on leisurely day trips. Fano and Pesaro, less than an hour’s drive away, have pleasant beaches and fine fish restaurants.
Le Marche (sometimes known as the Marches in English) form the Adriatic seaboard of central Italy. Despite splendid countryside, noble towns and welcoming people, the region has yet to be discovered by the tourists who crowd out neighbouring Tuscany and Umbria.

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats

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