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Luana Zangarelli - Italy to Rent - Appartamenti e Ville in affitto in Umbria
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Italy to Rent, dal 2009, offre in affitto esclusivi alloggi per vacanza in centro Italia: lussuosi appartamenti nei centri storici o in complessi turistici, eleganti casali e ville con piscina. Il nostro portfolio comprende inoltre locations per eventi speciali e meetings: esclusive dimore storiche, antichi conventi e monasteri convertiti in Hotel di Charme e un borgo medievale privato con lussuosi appartamenti, piscina e Spa. Luana Zangarelli è la direttrice dell'agenzia che ha sede a Spoleto, le proprietà sono gestite professionalmente da vari property managers che si occupano della gestione pratica dell'immobile, dell'accoglienza e dell'assistenza degli ospiti durante il soggiorno. Italy to Rent offre servizi molteplici, collaborando con esperti dei vai settori: - tour guidati - prenotazione di biglietti, ristoranti - servizio taxi - noleggio auto - organizzazione di eventi speciali in locations di eccellenza (matrimoni, seminari, meetings) - chef a domicilio - corsi di cucina, di lingua taliana - trekking, escursioni, attività all'aria aperta - equitazione...e molto altro.
In Primo Piano
Requisiti di sicurezza
Per i pasti
Servizi sul posto
Regole della casa
on demand. An event fee may be requested
Animali domestici non ammessi
the pool area has no active protections
Età minima dell’affittuario principale:25
Politica di Cancellazione
Non è previsto nessun rimborso per cancellazioni fatte quando il pagamento è già stato effettuato.
We stayed at Casale Condotti for two weeks and found it to be a wonderful place to stay. The building has been beautifully refurbished and the pool is the perfect place to enjoy the breathtaking view. The kitchen is well equipped and the bbq is fantastic making it easy to cook both inside and out, whilst the air conditioning provides cool relief if it gets too hot. The hosts were welcoming and easy to contact, and even provided a local chef to cook dinner for us one night. We simply cannot recommend it enough!
Thank you so much for your fantastic review 💚
2017 was the testing year for this newly restored villa and we are pleased to know that all our guests had a great stay, included your family.
Thank you for coming, I wish you all the best!
Luana Zangarelli- Director at Italy to Rent - Apartment and Villa Rentals in Umbria
Lovely for family holiday
Lovely property for a quiet family holiday
Thank you Ann for your genuine comment. I'm so pelased you've had a relaxing and beautiful stay at Casale Condotti. You've been here in October, a beautiful period, less crowded than August and for sure more relaxing. We've had a great weather, warm and mostly sunny, like the past year. With the grapes and olives harvesting and events related to the production of olive oil and wines, Autumn is a great period to visit Umbria.
I hope to hear form you next time you'll plan a trip to Italy!
Director at Italy to Rent
Umbria delights its guests with its stunning natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. Local truffles, olive oil, asparagus, funghi porcini, and famous Sangiovese wines will ensure food lovers will be in for a treat when visiting one of the region’s many excellent restaurants.
Some of Umbria’s most famous sites are literally in sight of the casale. To the south you can see Spoleto with its Basilica di San Salvatore, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Across the valley are the vineyards and hilltop city of Montefalco, with Bevagna and Santa Maria Dell’Angeli with its famous dome below. On a clear day Perugia’s hilltop profile reveals itself while further north the imposing Monte Subasio provides an enchanting backdrop to nearby Trevi, which was founded in the 1st century BCE.
Even closer to home a hiking trail follows the old aqueduct and winds its way through the hillside all the way to Spoleto, passing the beautiful fortress of Clitunno and the nearby Tempietto del Clitunno, part of another UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Umbrian hills make it easy to immerse yourself in nature with its rich forests, rivers and lakes. Italy’s ‘Green Heart’ invites you to undertake a range of activities including hiking, canyoning, rafting and cycling. Or to simply enjoy a picnic and some of Umbria’s less visited hamlets.
Spending a morning at a the antique market in the nearby village of Pissignano (it is one of the largest antique market in Umbria, the 1st Sunday of each month, with additional dates), visiting Perugia’s or sampling Norcia’s famous truffles or sausages can be easily combined with a lazy afternoon at the pool. Maybe have a barbecue and watch the sun set, or take a short drive to Spello for dinner at one of its lovely piazzas. Rome, Siena and Florence all make for good day-trips, as does the Adriatic coast, now connected to nearby Foligno with a brand new express way.
Casale Condotti is the ideal base for nature and sport lovers: a famous trek path, called "Footpath of the Olive Groves" leading from Assisi to Spoleto, passes at easy walking distance from the property. Panoramic walks toward Trevi to other nearby villages like Pissignano and Campello, passing near old curches, Convents, into the woods, up to the mountains or down to the valley. The path can be done on foot or mountain bike. For city bikes there is an asphalted cycle track in the valley below, running along a river.
In Trevi main square is possible to hire electric bikes to tour the town and the surrounding countryside.