Il Molino

Umbria & Tuscany Border, Umbria & Lazio, Italy

From £2,133 per week

Our view

Its broad lawns scented and separated by swathes of rosemary and lavender, this former olive mill is now a wonderfully welcoming villa, in Umbria’s unspoilt hills on the Tuscan border.

In brief

  • Large private pool
  • Characterful restoration
  • All bedrooms en suite

About the villa

Villa details


Accommodation

Ground FLoor

  • Open plan living/dining and kitchen area

First Floor

  • Master double bedroom with bathroom en suite
  • Double bedroom with bathroom en suite
  • Double bedroom with shower room en suite

Second Floor

  • Double bedroom with shower room en suite

Facilities

CHILDREN'S FACILITIES

  • Cot and highchair

COOKING OUTDOORS

  • Built-in barbecue

ENTERTAINMENT

  • Satellite TV
  • WiFi
  • DVD Player
  • CD player

KITCHEN ESSENTIALS

  • Fridge/freezer
  • Dishwasher
  • Hob
  • Oven

PRIVATE POOL

  • 13m x 5m
  • 1.2m x 1.25m deep
  • Built-in steps
  • Pool towels
  • The pool is open from mid May to mid September

VILLA ESSENTIALS

  • Washing machine
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Heating

Important Information


Service & Staffing


Included

  • Maid Service 3 days per week including arrival/departure day
  • Welcome pack
  • Linen change 1 day(s) per week*

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST AT AN ADDITIONAL COST

  • Cook service

Location


ACtivities

  • Tennis 15km Umbertide
  • Golf 30km Antognolla
  • Watersports 30km Lake Trasimeno

Amenities

  • Small shop 5km Spedalicchio
  • Umbertide 15km

Places of interest

  • Cortona 30km
  • Gubbio 45km
  • Perugia 50km
  • Assisi 60km
  • Todi 80km
  • Spoleto 100km
  • Siena 100km

Airports

  • Perugia S. Egidio 50km
  • Florence 160km
  • Pisa 220km
  • Bologna 250km
  • Rome 260km

Train Station

  • Terentola 40km
About the area

Umbria & Tuscany Border

Average weather

A monastic calm hangs over the hills that straddle Tuscany and Umbria. But holidays along the Umbria–Tuscany border offer more than just quiet relaxation by the villa pool. Perugia is kept young by the city’s thousands of students, and houses one of central Italy’s great art collections. Lake Trasimeno has clear waters and scenery when you need a hit of azure or a day-long cycle ride. Gubbio and Città di Castello barely break their small-town rhythm to welcome visitors.

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