Umbrian Villa - La Palazzaccia

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  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10
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Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: Villa

Umbrian Villa - La Palazzaccia

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A beautifully restored stone villa surrounded by over 3 1/2 acres of land, in north Perugia. Views of rolling umbrian hills, and landscaped garden with terrace and walkways lined with rosemary, lavender, and 2 fields with over 120 olive trees, & outdoor swimming pool. The interior of the house is made up of vivid colours, clean lines and clever designs with 4/5 double bedrooms. The house is 2km from Pierantonio, a village with good range of services. Umbertide is the nearest large town at 10kms. Perugia is 25km away and its airport can be reached in 20 mins. Ancona, Florence and Rome airports are about 2 hours by car. This self catered ...Read more

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Umbrian Villa - La Palazzaccia
Umbertide, Umbria, Italy
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Pierantonio – 2 minutes from the villa:
The farming community of Pierantonio, a frazione of the comune of Umbertide just 9 km to the NW, is the lowest point in the entire Upper Tiber Valley subregion of Umbria. It is also one of the newest towns in the area, as both its location and its name suggest. Pierantonio is ideally located for visits to Gubbio, Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto and Lago di Trasimeno as well as exploring other parts of Umbria and Tuscany.

Umbertide – 10 minutes from the villa:
Umbertide - a small town which, in the area, is second in importance only to Città di Castello, was founded at around the 10th century according to the wishes of Uberto son of the King of Italy, and took the name of "Fracta filiorum Uberti". We recommend going to market morning on Wednesdays.

Montone – 20 minutes from the villa:
Built on a hill overlooking the Upper Tiber Valley, Montone which in Italian means 'Aries' of the 'Ram' is a small medieval village unchanged through the centuries and beautifully preserved – and definitely worth a visit! Surrounded by sturdy walls, the town is a network of narrow streets, alleys and steep stairways. Apart from its historic beauty, Montone is home to some delightful restaurants and a charming boutique hotel - Locanda del Capitano - as well as shops for the daily essentials.

Activities In The Local Area:
Just some of pastimes on offer include horse riding, tennis, wine and olive oil tasting, cookery lessons, cycling, golf, spa and walking, visit Lake Trasiemo Also in the summer you can enjoy the jazz and film festivals. Perugia Jazz Festival is around 9-18 July 2010.
You can also be assisted with your tours of Umbria through: http://www.love-umbria.com/umbria-tours.html

Other towns worth visiting in the area – between 20-60 mins away from our house:
Perugia, Citta del Castello, Gubbio, Assisi, Montepulciano, Orvieto, Todi, Cortona, Montefalco, Spoletto, and many more…...

Transport:
Nearest international airport:
Perugia - 20 minutes
Rome – 2-2 1/2hours drive
Florence – 2 hours
Ancona – 2 hours
Pisa – 2 1/2 hours

Nearest railway stations: Pierantonio 2 mins & Umbertide 10kms

Ryanair fly Stanstead-Perugia. Which is the quickest/easiest route from the UK http://www.ryanair.com/site/EN/
The flights are early! So an option is to stay in the Radisson and just walk across to Stanstead in the morning. http://www.radissonblu.co.uk/hotel-stanstedairport.

Car hire: rent from any of the normal firms at your point of entry (Rome, Pisa etc) or get the train to Perugia and hire a car from the train station or the airport. Try http://www/holidayautos.co.uk or
http://www.carhire3000.com .

Trains: from Pisa to Umbertide (or even Solfagnano) require changing at Firenze and Perugia and takes around 5 hours. The trip from Rome airport can be done in nearer 3 hours. You can get all the times in English on the internet at http://ww.trenitalia.com/en/index.html .
Alternatively take the train to Terontola (near Cortona) .

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City vacations, Lake nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront

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