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Make A Holiday Rental Villa in Pierantonio, Italy, Your Home Away From Home

Pierantonio is a small village situated some 14 miles north of the Italian city of Perugia, in the region of Umbria. Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Pierantonio are attracted to its idyllic location, set within rolling hills, dotted with vineyards and poplar trees. There is a wealth of self-catering accommodation available for rental is this region, including villas with pools, apartments and rural cottages.

Things to Do on Holiday in Pierantonio, Italy

Most visitors spending their holidays in Pierantonio are drawn by the village’s beautiful and peaceful rural location. There is also plenty to see and do in the nearby city of Perugia. Here there are a wealth of buildings of architectural interest, including the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, the Basilica of San Domenico and the 16th Century San Pietro Abbey. Perugia is also famous for being one of the main artistic centres of Italy. Visitors enjoying their holidays in Pierantonio can view several of Pietro Vannucci’s original paintings in the city’s National Gallery of Umbria.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Pierantonio, Italy

Many people spending their holidays in Pierantonio will be looking to explore the glorious Umbrian countryside. They will be able to hire a car and drive up into the foothills of the Apennines: the backbone of the Italian peninsula, where they will find a wealth of picturesque villages. They will also find a number of vineyards, many of which are open to the public, allowing a spot of wine sampling and the opportunity to purchase some quality Italian wine in bulk to take back to the UK. There are a number of excursions and boat trips available or travelling along the mighty Tiber river, giving tourists an alternative viewpoint of the region.

Weather in Pierantonio, Italy

Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Pierantonio will be aware that this region of Italy experiences a Mediterranean climate. Summer temperatures in Pierantonio can reach the mid 30s degrees Celsius; whereas winters are cooler, with average temperatures ranging between 9 and 13 degrees Celsius and often dropping below freezing at night in midwinter. The region receives on average an annual rainfall of around 22 inches.

Travel to Pierantonio, Italy

Although the nearest airport to Pierantonio is situated near Perugia, the majority of visitors looking to spend their holidays in Pierantonio will fly to the much busier and better served Peretola Airport (FLR), near Florence. There are a number of airlines offering affordable and regular flights here from the UK, including British Airways, Alitalia and Ryanair, departing from London Gatwick (LGW), London Stansted, Birmingham (BHX) and Manchester (MAN).

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Charming house in stunning rural location

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Casa Verde exceeded all our expectations. It was very well equipped, comfortable and immaculately presented. On arrival we were greeted by the property owner who was extremely helpful and hospitable. She had thoughtfully left us a basket of delicious local produce which meant that we didn't need to immediately find a shop. Fresh flowers had been arranged in the living room and bedroom which was a lovely touch. There was a book containing a huge amount of detailed information regarding local attractions, shops and restaurants which we found very useful. The pool and garden were well maintained with fruit trees and lavender, a pretty patio area and an absolutely beautiful outlook over a wooded valley and hills in the distance. The location had a peaceful, timeless feel and certainly a very relaxing place to stay. The nearest village of Monterchi ( a 10 minute drive) had a some great places to eat, shops selling local produce and a fascinating museum housing a famous fresco. There were many places of interest nearby. We would certainly recommend this property to friends and family and would love to return one day.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 10, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

A lovely traditional house with great pool area

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Overall we really enjoyed our stay. Plus points: 1. A traditional, cosy stone house, lovely large pool, great location in terms of restaurants (short drives away) 2. Adequately equipped kitchenette with dishwasher and gas hob. Decent sized fridge in adjoining pantry 3 all four bedrroms have their own bathroom, all but the twin are en suite. Bathroom for the twin room doubles as a laundry room, with a good quality washing machine. 4. Owner is very close by (more of that later!) and speaks good English in case of problems On the downside: 1. Proximity to river meant lots of mosquitoes and so we had to keep windows closed at night. With no air conditioning this did make for some pretty uncomfortable nights! All bedrooms have small plug in fans but some nights this really wasnt enough. We understand it has been a particularly hot summer though! 2. We were bombarded with a LOT of 'rules', before our stay, on arrival and during our stay! The owner, Alex, and his wife and daughter, only live just a few metres away (NB driveway is shared, would be tight for more than two cars) and we never really felt completely relaxed because of this unfortunately. 3. We were told we had 1GB of free wifi a day, were warned that we woild be charged if we went over (we had taken this mean we would be updated each day). On our last afternoon, while relaxing by the pool, Alex confronted us to say that we had gone significantly over (a bit surprising as we had not downloaded any films or anything big) and we would be charged €97! Quite a shock. We did pay (it came out of the €150 deposit paid on arrival) but think we should have had more warning of how large the charge could be- so used to cheap wifi in the UK and with teenagers surfing youtube, Spotify etc its not normally something we have to think about! 4. I don't really think it should be down to guests to drive their organic/food rubbish to a public bin on the main road. Never encountered such a request before! We understand the bins aren't emptied regularly but if we stayed in a hotel or serviced apartment we would not expect to do this! 5. The communal lounge area is not condusive to relaxing in the evening. We were only a family of five, not sure how a bigger group would manage. There is just one small, 2/3 seater sofa. Yes you have the dining table, seating eight, but who wants to sit on hard chairs round a table all night? 6. The kitchen is really timy, again not sure how a bigger group would cope!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 04, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017