Casa Isabella is a traditional Italian villa, renovated using local honey-coloured stone and cotto flooring. The stylish and contemporary interior is conducive to easy family living. Situated in rolling hills with views of open farmland and medieval hilltop towns, it nestles in 7 acres of land, a vineyard and olive trees dotting the hillside. Our private pool is easily accessed through French doors from dining and living rooms and across the terrace.
The large open-plan living room with wood-burning stove has light flooding in through triple-aspect windows.The hand-crafted modern kitchen has a dining area with a large table seating 10. The house has all mod cons: dishwasher, washing-machine, satellite TV and DVD +xbox 360, CD player, iPod dock, cot. We also have internet access.There is a wet-room style shower/WC downstairs + family bathroom and en suite shower room upstairs, 4 bedrooms ,2 accessing a terrace. Outside there are loungers by the pool, a large umbrella plus a separate seating area with table, 8 chairs + umbrella.
Booking is secured with a 25% deposit.
Full payment required 8 weeks before arrival date. We also ask for a 300 UK Pounds security deposit, returnable after the property has been checked on departure. Payment by cheque or bank transfer.
For booking and further information please contact owner.
Changeover day fairly flexible.
We ask you to arrive no earlier than 4pm and depart by 10am.
How to get there:
Fly to Ancona or Pescara airport. 'Casa Isabella' is about 1.5 hours by car.
Cheap flights available all year from Ryanair from London Stansted airport.
Car hire available from the airport (Avis, Hertz, Europcar etc). At peak times it is best to book in advance.
'We love coming here. The house is so welcoming - beautifully done and easy to be in. The surrounding area so rich with things to do and see. Can't wait till next time! ' Rachel K London 2007
'It was wonderful to return to beautiful Casa Isabella, and we had another fantastic holiday, enjoying the pool, the peace and quiet, and sampling the real Italy.' The Caulfields 2007