|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
The apartment with its own private entrance is all at ground level with easy access (no steps). It was originally a self-contained flat joined to the main family home, a typical rural farmhouse, parts of which are a couple of hundred years old. There are two ensuite bedrooms (4 persons).
A brick archway leads to the kitchen/lounge area where a sofa-bed can accommodate a further two guests. The newly fitted kitchen is well equipped with a electric oven, gas hob, full size fridge/freezer, a microwave and all the utensils you are likely to need. For more details visit
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£250|
1. No smoking anywhere on the premises.
2. We are unable to cater for pets.
3. The apartment is attached to a family home and guests are asked to respect the owners' privacy and property.
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Montemuse is located on the edge of Sibillini National Park, close to the historic hilltop town of Montefalcone. The region, renowned for its unspoiled natural beauty with spectacular mountain, is just 40 minutes from the safe beaches of the Adriatic coast. Best of all, the region has yet to be discovered by the tourist crowds.
Here you will find picturesque scenery and mediaeval hilltop towns (a photographer’s paradise), festivals, museums, churches, restaurants, markets, history, art, music, opera, tradition and culture, all as authentically Italian as you can find anywhere.
For the energetic, sun soaked beaches, tennis, walking, climbing, cycling, horse-riding and skiing are all within reach. And for the gastronomer, this is a prime region for both black and white truffles, regional cheeses, porchetta, and the famed Montepulciano wines.
In August, nearby Ascoli Piceno hosts a spectacular mediaeval carnival with thousands of its citizens parading in 15th century costume. There is also an antiques market every third weekend. Or if opera under the stars is your thing, a visit to the magnificent Arena Sferisterio at Macerata is unforgettable.
Further afield, Assisi with its glorious church-within-a-basilica is little more than two hours distant. Rome takes just 3 hours, Bologna 3 hours, and Florence and Venice both an easy 4-5.