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Sleeps 10

Huge thanks to all at Scott Williams, we had the most amazing time at Villa Falco... days spent exploring the local area and evenings spent chatting round the outdoor fire under the stars- it was simply magic.

Allegra, London
Living Space

5 bedrooms:
Main house
1st Floor
1 master double bedroom with king size bed, shower area, free-standing bath and loo
1 double bedroom with king size bed, shower area and loo

Ground Floor
Modern open plan kitchen with doors leading to outside living area with open fireplace
Main kitchen leads to second smaller kitchen/utility room with double fridge, second dishwasher, laundry area
Open plan sitting and dining area with double-sided wood burning stove and doors leading to outside terrace
Loo

Guest wing
Ground Floor
1 double bedroom with king size bed, shower area and loo
1 double bedroom with king size bed, shower area, bath, loo and connecting door to twin bedroom
1 twin bedroom with shower area, loo and connecting door to double bedroom mentioned above

All bedrooms are open space, meaning the showers, baths and basins are part of the room. The loos are closed off.

Amenities

Oxygenated swimming pool with thermal cover (15m x 4m – can be heated for an additional cost)
Covered pergola
Outdoor shower
Outdoor dining area
Table tennis table made out of local stone
Boules court
Mosquito nets on all windows
Smeg appliances
Hob/Stove
Oven
KitchenAid ice machine
KitchenAid mixer
Breadmaker
Fridge
Fridge with freezer
Dishwasher
Washing machine
Tumble dryer
Iron + board
TV
WiFi
Central heating
Floor cooling (Included during high season bookings. Payable extra at other times)
Cot available – payable extra
High chair
Weber BBQ

Domestic Services

Mid week maid service (Extra cleaning can be arranged- payable locally)
Gardener
Pool guy

Cook can be arranged (payable locally)

Location

The house is located 3km from Piegaro (8 minutes by car) – a sleepy medieval village with some shops (butcher, bakery, small grocery), bar, pharmacy and a couple of restaurants.
Tavernelle di Panicale is 8km away (15 minutes by car) and has a few restaurants, bars and a couple of supermarkets
Città della Pieve is 13km and has some lovely restaurants and shops
Paciano is 17km away (20 minutes by car) and has a couple of restaurants and a supermarket
Lake Trasimeno is 25km (30 minutes by car), for the nearest swimming beach, boats and water sport activities
Perugia is 45 minutes by car

The Lamborghini golf course (9 holes) is c.20 minutes drive

Transport

Fly to:
Umbria International Airport Sant’Egidio near Perugia (50 minutes by car)
Rome Fiumicino (just over 2 hours by car)
Rome Ciampino (2 hours by car)
Florence International Airport (Just under 2 hours by car)
Pisa (Around 2.5 hours by car)

Timings are approximate, use as a guide only.

Local Information

Piegaro is a 5 minute drive and is a sleepy medieval town with some shops (restaurant, butcher, bakery, small grocery), bars, pharmacy, bank and a church.
Tavernelle di Panicale on the way to Perugia is better for stocking up as it has a supermarket.

Piegaro has a couple of restaurants, although a wider range of delicious restaurants can be found in Citta della Pieve, Panicale and Castiglione del Lago.
There is so much to do in the immediate area, the small local village has a museum of ancient glass making, a museum celebrating the life of a local paleontologist and some good restaurants and bars. Panicale also has a small opera theatre the ‘Teatro Cesare Caporali’.

The area is well known for its wine production – visit Orvieto or Montepulciano to sample wine and eat delicious local delicacies.

Lake Trasimeno is 25km away, where Umbria spills over into Tuscany. Around this 128 sq km lake, olive groves, vines, woods of oak and cypress and sunflower fields frame castle topped medieval towns, such as Castiglione del Lago and Passignano. You can swim from the lakeside beach at Castiglione del Lago.

The interesting town of Citta della Pieve is only 13km away from the villa. Famous for being the birthplace of 2 of Italy’s greatest Renaissance artists (Perugino being the more famous of the 2) – works by both artists can be found in St Maria and St Antonio churches. The town is small and has most of its medieval town wall intact. It boasts an 11th century tower and an impressive medieval castle. The labyrithine alleys date back to medieval times and the picturesque nooks and corners, steeped in memories and emotions are still full of life today. Enjoy the Nonna sitting outside her small house playing top trumps with her grandson or make the most of the beautiful girls who arrive on their Piaggios to have a latte mid morning in one of the many cafes.

Around the property you can do amazing hikes and mountain biking.

Our View

We were lucky enough to stay at this house and were completely blown away by the quality and imagination of the design. Completed in June 2018, everything in this house is about maximum comfort and ease- from the pure linen sheets to the top-spec kitchen appliances you will never want to leave! Positioned on the top of a hill and surrounded by old oak trees, the house commands the most beautiful views of the rolling Umbrian countryside. The sunsets are pure heaven…

Inside the 5 bedrooms are all beautifully designed, open plan with generous space and luxurious furnishings (we loved the bespoke light fittings). The guest house makes it perfect for 2 families wanting to holiday together. The kitchen is huge and very well equipped with quality appliances. It will be a joy to cook here or we can arrange staff to come in and cook for you. The open plan living room has an enormous sofa, Gervasoni style armchairs, carpets and plants all around to make this a restful space. The sitting and dining area is divided by an open cupboard and has a wood burning stove which opens on both sides and there is a large made to measure dining table with comfortable chairs.

Days here are spent exploring the profusion of beautiful hilltop towns and villages and the rich cultural history unique to each one, people watching and eating gelato in the local bar and taking a ‘passegiata’ in the evenings. It’s so easy to eat well here, cook with produce from the local markets or visit any of the local restaurants- small and hidden down cobbled alleys, inside you’re sure to find the most delicious local specialities.

Holidays here shouldn’t be limited to the summer holidays- the Italians celebrate Easter and Christmas in a big way (the Christmas tree of Gubbio and th Christmas market in caves of Perugia are not to be missed) and you would be so comfortable out of season with the houses’ wood fire and heated pool. There are so many events in Umbria throughout the year; locally at the beginning of May there is the glass blowing festival in Piegaro and during the first two weeks of October there is a chesnut festival in town.

This map guide is only an approximation

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