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Casa Rosa - Masolino, one bedroom apartment

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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
3 nights minimum
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Casa Rosa is a traditional stone farmhouse set high in the green hills of Umbria, some ten kilometres (or six miles) north-east of Assisi. The house is divided into self-catering apartments – one large holiday apartment occupying the entire of the first floor of the original farmhouse, two smaller apartments sharing the ground floor, a small cottage in the converted stables; a two-bedroom apartment; and a studio apartment in a new extension. Each apartment is completely self-contained, with its own kitchen and bathroom, and its own balcony or terrace. Apartment Masolino has a living room with sofa, dining table and four chairs, china cupboard, Wi-Fi access. Kitchen area with fitted cupboards and marble work surface, inset gas hob, sink, built-in fridge/freezer, oven with grill, microwave,...Casa Rosa is a traditional stone farmhouse set high in the green hills of Umbria, some ten kilometres (or six miles) north-east of Assisi. The house is divided into self-catering apartments – one large holiday apartment occupying the entire of the first floor of the original farmhouse, two smaller apartments sharing the ground floor, a small cottage in the converted stables; a two-bedroom apartment; and a studio apartment in a new extension. Each apartment is completely self-contained, with its own kitchen and bathroom, and its own balcony or terrace. Apartment Masolino has a living room with sofa, dining table and four chairs, china cupboard, Wi-Fi access. Kitchen area with fitted cupboards and marble work surface, inset gas hob, sink, built-in fridge/freezer, oven with grill, microwave, iron and ironing board. Bedroom with king-sized bed (or twins on request), wardrobe and chest of drawers. Bathroom with walk-in monsoon shower, basin, bidet, and WC. West-facing french windows, beautiful pergola and terrace with stunning views, table and two chairs for al fresco meals, and access to private bower in the olive orchard. Access to pool with spectacular views and barbecue. More
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Emanuela G
Languages spoken:English, Italian
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:February 2007
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Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Suitable For Children Under 5
Secure Parking
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Shared Outdoor Pool (Unheated)
Private Garden
Is this holiday rental large?YesNoUnsure
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About the neighbourhood
The great Basilica of St. Francis, or San Francesco di Assisi, was built over Francis’ tomb, and contains frescoes by Cimabue, Lorenzetti, Martini and Giotto. The latter who heralded the Renaissance in Italian painting. The Upper Basilica was damaged by tremors in 1997, but has now been fully restored and is open once again to the public. For modern pilgrims, Assisi offers cafes, restaurants, shops and a swimming pool. Larger supermarkets can be found in the neighbouring towns of S. Maria degli Angeli and Bastia. Paragliders fly from the top of Mount Subasio. umbriamapUmbria, known as the ‘Green Heart of Italy’, lies between Tuscany, Le Marche and Lazio. The region’s forests and farms are famous for their truffles, olive oil and pork; the town of Deruta for its painted earthenware; O...
How to get there
In Assisi, take the road around the edge of the old town and follow signs for GUALDO TADINO. This will take you through Piazza Matteotti, and you should leave Assisi by an arched stone gateway, Porta Perlici. From Assisi continue on the road for Gualdo Tadino (SS 444). Approximately 4.3 km (or 2.7 miles) after leaving Assisi you should come to PONTE GRANDE, where there are two bars: Giovannino’s on the left and Moro de Ronca on the right. Continue for another 1.5 km (0.9 miles) until you come to a small turning on the right signposted ‘Santuario Madonna dei Tre Fossi’. Here you turn off and follow the small country road. Follow this road for another 2.1 km (1.3 miles) until you come to a fork. Here you turn left up a steep hill.
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