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Sleeps 10
Living Space

5 Bedrooms

Lower Ground Floor
TV room/play room
Utility room

Ground Floor
High-quality, well-equipped kitchen
Dining area with doors to the outside terrace
Sitting area with fireplace
Double bedroom with en suite shower room
Guest loo

1st Floor
3 double bedrooms with en suite shower rooms
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room


Swimming pool (13m x 4m) with child-friendly automatic pool cover- pool heating available on request, payable extra
Indoor/outdoor kitchen with pizza oven
Shaded outdoor dining area
Under-floor cooling system – included during high season, payable extra at other times
Memory-foam mattresses
SONOS music system
Central heating
Cot available – payable extra
High chair
Organic bathroom products
Small vineyard

Domestic Services

Mid-week clean

A pizza chef can be arranged – payable extra and subject to availability, please give plenty of notice for stays during the summer


Situated in central Italy in the region of Umbria. The nearest town is Citta della Pieve, 5 minutes by car

Siena is an hours’ drive, Florence a little further and Rome is almost two hours but all very doable in a day.


Florence airport is 1 hour 40 minutes drive
Perugia is 1 hour drive
Rome airport is just over 2 hours drive away

International train station Chianciano terme – Chiusi is a 15 minute drive away. Perfect for a day trip to Rome in 1.5hrs or Florence in 1 hour. There is easy parking at the station.

A hire car is recommended

Local Information

Citta della Pieve is boasts an 11th century tower and an impressive medieval castle. There are some great restaurants: both basic and ’posh’; a little of everything but all very delicious. The weekly Saturday market offers some great local fare. The village also has a claim to fame: it is home to what is thought to be Italy’s narrowest street, the Via Baciadonne (or “Kiss Women Street”), probably built following a quarrel between neighbours.

There are many other wonderful hilltop towns within easy reach..  A trip to Orvieto is a must, with its elegant shops and wonderful cafes. The site of the city as you approach is incredibly dramatic as it rises above the vertical faces of cliffs (it is built on an old volcano) that are completed by defensive walls built of the same stone.

It is also under an hour to drive to Montepulciano, world-famous for its vino noble (do try the Pici pasta which it is also very well known for) where a happy day can be spent in the cool wine caves sampling the delicious local wine.

Nearer to the house is cycling, golf and water sports at Lake Trasimeno. There is a small (but fun) water park 20 minutes away which serves great coffee for adults!

Our View

A truly lovely house with no immediate neighbours, yet within easy reach of a medieval hilltop town. The large open-plan living space is hugely comfortable and a winding path leads through the olive trees to a centuries-old, original wine cellar that has been transformed into an outdoor kitchen with seating area. Overlooking the property’s small vineyard, it’s perfect for pizzas, long lunches or supper ‘al fresco’.

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