Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday farmhouse in Assisi - Brigolante Guest Apartments
The perfect location--central yet in the countryside--to explore all of Umbria.
Just outside of Assisi, nestled among the foothills of St. Francis' beloved Mount Subasio in Umbria, this 16th century stone farmhouse, once part of a larger castle, has been carefully remodeled into an apartment holiday rental and which blend historic features and modern amenities.
The terracotta floors, hand painted tiles, antique and period country furnishings, and beautiful views overlooking the surrounding hills are just some of the features admired by guests of our vacation rentals in Assisi.
Our apartment in our holiday home in Umbria provides self catering accommodations for two to four guests, making it a perfect agritourism holiday rental near Assisi for couples, families or small groups traveling together.
Within the Mount Subasio Regional Park and just six kilometers from the medieval hill town of Assisi, the self catering holiday flat at Brigolante farm holiday, owned and worked by the Bagnoli family for more than eight generations, offers both a unique view into Italian rural life and a convenient and comfortable holiday rental home in Umbria from which guests can visit the famed nearby towns in Umbria, Tuscany, and the Marches, such as Perugia, Gubbio, Spoleto and Cortona.
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair accessible
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Brigolante made traveling with young children easy! The location is idyllic, the accommodations charming and complete, the views breathtaking. It was a dream vacation, and we would return to Brigolante in an instant. I highly recommend staying here!
Rebecca Winke, originally from Chicago, moved to Assisi in 1993, and shortly thereafter the began a lengthy renovation project on the Brigolante farmhouse, which has been in Stefano Bagnoli’s family for at least eight generations. After a new home was constructed by the family in the 1970′s, the historic farmhouse, once attached to the neighboring houses as part of a medieval hilltop castle and, it is suspected, monastery, had fallen into ruin.
Because it had become dangerously unstable, the Bagnolis began doing small “fix-it-up” weekend projects on the building and surrounding property. As work went on, the project mushroomed over several years and, simultaneously, there was a boom in popularity of farm holidays in Tuscany and Umbria, so the Bagnolis decided to carve out vacation apartments from the farmhouse and see if the resulting vacation rental business could inject new life into the family farm, run by Stefano’s parents, Ugo and Emma.
The result has been more successful than they could have suspected, as the managing the apartment rentals has gone from a hobby to a career for Rebecca and she and Stefano both fear they may never get Stefano’s parents to retire now that they have guests poking around the barns and garden to appreciate their hard work.