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Recent Reviews

  • Lovely secluded Italian cottage in the grounds of a larger holiday property
    5 of 5

    A lovely property, sympathetically modernised, which sits in the grounds of a larger holiday home. The property was clean and well cared-for, with a pleasant kitchen/dining/sitting room, a single large bedroom and en excellent shower room. The cottage has its own small garden and seating area, which is reasonably private. We also enjoyed use of the pool which is shared with other holiday properties in the grounds. Although we did not find that the towns in the immediate locality had a great deal to offer, we enjoyed making forays from this base to places as diverse as Lake Bolsena, Therme di Saturnia, Orvieto, Pitigliano, the coast and especially Civita di Bagnoregio, which was stunning !

    Stayed: Sep 2018
  • Beautiful well-maintained property
    5 of 5

    This is a beautiful, well-maintained property overlooking Lake Bolsena. The house sits on a large lot with lots of green space and nice gardens. It is quite private and has a view down over farm fields out to the lake about 500m away. The house itself is very nice inside and was very clean and tidy when we arrived. It has a well-equipped kitchen with most of what you might want for cooking. The only item missing was a microwave oven. We found the beds very comfortable and there was lots of closet space. The owner obviously takes pride in ownership and comes personally to tend the grounds and pool (at agreed times). There are two bedrooms on the main floor and a further bed for older children on a loft floor (as can be seen in photos). The house is fully air-conditioned, but it also has window screens, so we found in early September that the AC wasn't needed much. The pool is very large and is great for swimming lengths. It is kept very clean by the owner. We enjoyed walks along the road bordering the lake, visited the beach on the lake (about 30min walk) and also walked into Gradoli on the gravel road (40min up hill). We happened to go over the siesta time that starts at 1pm, so not much was open, but much to our surprise, we met the owner on the street. He works at the local city government, which is housed in the 15c Palazzo.We speak almost no Italian and he speaks almost no English, but he was kind enough to give us a private tour of the Palazzo and a quick walk through the Costume Museum in the palace. I would highly recommend this property.

    Stayed: Sep 2018
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