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Recent Umbria Reviews

Peaceful Country Retreat

5 of 5
Looking for a peaceful retreat located amidst the farmland of Umbria? Casa Napoletano is close to perfect. The pool is large and clean. The wood pizza oven works like a dream. Enough wood is provided to allow for a week's worth (and more) of alfresco cooking. The screens on all windows and doors are a rarity in Europe. It is possible to leave the windows open at night to enjoy the sweet country air and wake up to the sound of pheasants in the morning. The outdoor furniture and patios are high end and in excellent shape. The photos do not do the interiors proper justice. The entire villa is constructed and decorated with care and craftsmanship. The upholstered sofas and chairs are comfortable and new. The beds, with the exception one of the downstairs mattresses, are new and spotless. It might be time to replace the downstairs mattress? Excellent hot water supply, beautiful bathrooms and fixtures, lovely linens, abundant supply of towels. No stemware wine glasses were provided as wine is commonly sipped out of small glasses at home. We asked where we might find stemware and Michael, the wonderful owner, had a set delivered to the house the next day. He is one of the easiest and most accommodating owners we have ever encountered in 30 years of renting homes in Western Europe. Franco and Anna are caretakers for the villa. They are warm, lovely and not at all intrusive. Communication was fine even with our very limited grasp of the Italian language. Folks should give consideration to the location of the villa. Michael honestly describes the nearest town as "a typical working village". Umbertide is indeed a place where Italians live and work. The town wouldn't qualify for "prettiest villages in Italy" status. However, the town has an excellent COOP market and another very inexpensive suoermarket. The town is also located next to the E motorway providing quick access to all the Tuscan and Umbrian sights. The surrounding hills are covered with olive trees, forest, pastures, small farms and walking roads. The villa is a 5 minute drive to town but located in an absolutely quiet and peaceful setting. The surrounding area is a nice relief from the glossy and sometimes busy Tuscany region. This undiscovered pocket of Umbria seems to be ready to become a serious holiday destination. Don't miss the beautiful town of Montone and the excellent restaurant Erba Luna perched on the edge of the village. Nearby Gubbio is not to be missed.
  • Submitted: Oct 16, 2014
  • Stayed: Sep 2014

Guestbook Comment

5 of 5
We had an excellent stay at Villa Nuba! Excellent service of the family at arrival and during the whole stay, a lot of comfort in the apartment, beautiful terrasse and swiming pool,... all you need for a quiet and luxurious holliday with your family !
  • Submitted: Oct 15, 2007
  • Stayed: Oct 2007

Guestbook Comment

5 of 5
I spent a fantastic holiday in Italy with my family this August. We decided to stay in Perugia for five days because the position of the city is perfect to visit Tuscany and Umbria alike. We had a great time at Villa Nuba where Giuseppe Nuzzaci our host was welcoming us. He is a friendly, kind and funny young Italian who gave us many ideas what to see and where to eat. Giuseppe tried the famous Hungarian hot paprika sausages with us on the first night, that made a perfect match with the Italian Grappa… The Pinturicchio Apartment was as charming as described at the villa’s website and we had a great time there. We were cokking yummy dinners in the fully equipped kitchen and even though the weather did not permit a swim in the nice pool, our children tried the jacuzzi one night… It was good all of us could check the most important e-mails in the internet room. We devoted our first day to Perugia, then visited Gubbio, Arezzo, Siena and Cortona. Our guide book was the favourite Hungarian book of the family, Antal Szerb's Journey by Moonlight. In the book written in the 30s. The childhood friend of the protagonist became a monk in Gubbio in the monastery up on the hill, attached to the Basilica of St. Ubaldo. Thanks to Giuseppe we took the Funivia (cable car) to go up to the basilica, from where we so the most amazing view of the city and the scenery around. After 35 years we also went back to Arezzo, a dear town for us. In 1972 our Hungarian choir participated in the Concorso Polifonico and won two prizes in Arezzo. It was an exceptional feeling to show the places where we had sang decades earlier to our children. In Siena, we had great Italian coffee on the Campo and were lucky to see the marble mosaic floor of the Cathedral, since the floor is only uncovered for two months a year. On our way back from Siena we decided to go to Cortona for dinner. I had already visited this beautiful town before and took my family to the Pizzeria Fufluns where I had had good lunches and dinners 5 years ago. We not only had great bruschetti and tasteful salmone affumicato in salsa di pepe rosa, but also happened to watch the Italy-Hungary football match, sitting in the middle of a group of Italians… We were happy about the outcome… (Scusi!) We went up to Venice for two days from Perugia to finish a wonderful holiday. I can only promise to go back to Perugia again and surely stay at Villa Nuba again, because a lot of nearby towns remained unseen for us: Spoleto, Assisi, Todi, Montepulciano etc. Since Lake Trasimeno is so close we would like to spend a day at the beach next time. Beautiful cities, nice villa, friendly host and the best pesto we ever tried, made by our host’s mother and given us by Giuseppe as a present when we said good-bye. We are thinking of our summer holiday a lot and can only recommend Villa Nuba to others. (But the Pinturicchio apartment is only free at times when we are not staying there….)
  • Submitted: Sep 17, 2007
  • Stayed: Sep 2007