Our goal is to offer our guests an alternative holiday, for this we turn to a particular clientele, recommended for those who love nature and those who want to keep away from the chaos and the conformism of fashionable places.
At the Convent you will not find the luxury of the Hotel of the tropical paradises but the luxury of simple things, the luxury of feeling emotion when, for example, on the street, at nightfall, you make pleasant encounters with the inhabitants of the woods: wild boars, fallow deer, porcupines, hedgehogs, foxes ... and much more.
I recommend it to those looking for an alternative holiday, in the name of tranquility and silence, good sleep, immersed in a still unspoiled countryside.
But the Convent is not only this, on request it becomes an elegant venue for events: conventions, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, meetings of families and groups of friends.
APARTMENT IL RE
(4 + 2 p. L.) - external stairs - first floor (98 sqm)
Spacious apartment composed of a large living room with equipped kitchen and fireplace, 1 sofa bed 2 places + 1 sofa bed 1 place, 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 with bath, 1 with shower).
Uncontaminated landscapes, immersed in the green of the sinuous valleys, in some cases a still wild nature, the ancient villages and castles of which is scattered make Umbria an enchanted region.
A good reason to come to the Ancient Convent is to make it the starting point to go discover the most genuine Umbria, we are in the middle of at the same time close to everything!
The Superstarda E 45 is just a few minutes away so that the most famous Umbrian and Tuscan cities of art can be reached within 40 minutes by car: from Assisi to Gubbio, from Perugia to Cortona, from Montefalco to Lake Trasimeno ..
In addition, the great artists like Giotto, Cimabue, Perugino, Pinturicchio, Benozzo Gozzoli, Luca Signorelli, to name a few, places related to religious spirituality as sanctuaries and hermitages because we know that Umbria is also a land of important saints.
Do not forget that everywhere in Umbria you eat and drink exceptionally well, the kitchen has retained an ancient character, peasant, in which the genuineness of the ingredients is the basic rule, in these parts gastronomy is synonymous with meat, salami (the famous butchery ), legumes, cheeses, truffles and excellent olive oil.
Umbria also boasts an ancient winemaking tradition, already the Etruscans and Romans cultivated the vine, Montefalco as everyone knows is the homeland of Sagrantino