Casa Giuseppe is the perfect location for a group or family holiday in this beautiful part of Italy. The house is spacious, comfortable and stylish with magnificent views from all rooms and terraces. The owners have clearly put a lot of thought into ensuring that visitors will have a restful and carefree stay. The house is set in lovely private gardens with a large swimming pool and areas for bbq’ing and dining al fresco. Situated close to the Monti Sibillini National Park the area offers lots of opportunities for walking, cycling, riding etc. Sarnano itself, only 10 minutes away, is a “proper” Italian town with a medieval centre and plenty of authentic restaurants and bars. We had a fabulous week at Casa Giuseppe in August 2017 with a group of friends and can’t wait to return.
8 friends stayed here in this stunning house surrounded by rolling hills and fabulous views everywhere. The house is very stylish, somewhere you would want to live not just go on holiday! The owners have thought of everything inside and out so you won’t go without! Beautiful pool with comfortable loungers. We even had our own fig tree with ripe figs! The village of Sarnano a 10 minute drive away is charming and old with great places to eat at very reasonable prices including the wine! There are also plenty of other places to visit and eat out nearby. There is a great bbq and table tennis table to use and we really enjoyed playing boul on the gravel. There are 2 lovely terraces both either with morning or evening sun. Everything was perfect . I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend CASA G to anyone.
Casa Giuseppe has everything one could wish for in a luxury holiday home set in a beautiful, unspoiled and lesser known part of Italy. The weather was so good that we spent very little time actually inside this lovely house and an awful lot of time outside soaking up the sun by the pool, bbq'ing on the back terrace and eating on the many patios, each one situated perfectly for the prevailing sun at any time of day. There's lots to do in and around Casa G, we took our bikes (take mountain bikes for the ubiquitous strada bianchi) but bear in mind that if road riding is your thing you need to negotiate the gravel tracks before you actually hit the tarmac, walking in the stunning Sibillini National Park and horse riding through the quiet country lanes. Sarnano town, itself only a couple of miles away, is an unspoilt gem of a place with a well preserved medieval centre. Oh, and don't forget to get Gabrielle's top tips for eating fabulous food at traditional and very reasonably priced local restaurants. Can't wait to go back and kick back with an indulgent G&T by the pool.