A Persia

Corsica, France

Months Prices
August 2019 From £10,223
October 2019 From £4,260

Prices are based on 2 sharing for 7 nights.

From £4,260 per week

Our view

Set in its own walled garden, just minutes away from the sea, this is a perfectly private, romantic retreat, with fine views from its hilltop in the unspoilt enclave of Domaine de Murtoli.

In brief

  • Romantic getaway
  • Activities nearby
  • Characterful restoration

About the villa

Villa details


Accommodation

Ground floor

  • Open plan double bedroom
  • Open plan kitchen with dining area
  • Shower room
  • Utility room

Facilities

COOKING OUTDOORS

  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor kitchen

GAMES & SPORTS

  • Mountain bikes

KITCHEN ESSENTIALS

  • Fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Nespresso machine
  • Wood oven
  • Hob

PRIVATE POOL

  • Plunge pool 6m x 3m

SOMETHING SPECIAL

  • Spa
  • Bathroom amenities

VILLA ESSENTIALS

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Iron & ironing board

Important Information


Service & Staffing


Included

  • Daily delivery of breakfast pastries
  • Daily maid service
  • Linen change 1 day per week including changeover day
  • Shopping delivery service
  • Fruit and vegetables from the estate's vegetable garden (according to season)

Available on Request

  • Baby-sitting
  • Massage
  • Body care treatments
  • Catering service
  • Boat trips

Location


Amenities

  • From Spring to Autumn the restaurant La Table de La Plage is the primary dining venue on the estate. The restaurant La Table de la Ferme is open all year round. The restaurant La Table de la Grotte is open for dedicated events.
  • Shops and restaurants 20km Sartène
  • Shops and restaurants 30km
  • Bonifacio Golf de Spérone and Spa de Cala Rossa Bonifacio 30km

Beaches

  • Walking distance to 3km long sandy beach and 10 coves private to the Murtoli Estate

Airports

  • Figari 25km
  • Ajaccio 80km
About the area

Corsica

Average weather

At just eighty three kilometres wide and 183 long, the island of Corsica contains a startling variety of unspoiled landscapes—from Porto’s UNESCO-protected bays and Corte’s rugged mountains, to rolling vineyards, gingerbread beaches, and sun-parched maquis (scrublands), interspersed by rippling brooks and chestnut forests. There is history too: Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Ajaccio, and Lord Nelson lost his eye in Calvi. And Italy is never far away on a Corsica holiday: be it at Bonifacio, in the south, which sits closer to Sardinia than France, or in the island’s Mediterranean culinary specialities.

Find out more about Corsica