Comano House Rental Photos and Description
A self catering rental in a medieval village with 3 double bedrooms
An old house with all modern comforts in an ancient mountain village in Tuscany, Italy. Stunning views across the valley from the balcony. Enjoy the private courtyard for sunbathing or eating outside in the summer.
There are modernised 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry, kitchen and diner/lounge.
Try the local authentic Italian food and wine at the restaurant 30 metres away, and a choice of restaurants in surrounding villages and towns. Castles and valleys to explore by horse, foot or car. A swimming pool is available at a hotel in the next village.
Easy to reach by car from the airports at Genoa, Pisa, or Parma. It is within 40 minutes by car from the Tuscan beaches, or 'Cinque Terre' picturesque fishing villages, and 1.5 hours from the historic towns of Florence, Pisa, and Lucca. In the winter it is only 30 minutes from local ski resorts at 'Prato Spilla' and Cerrreto.
Location details: THe village has a carpark outside the main entrance, which does not allow vehicular access to the house. THe house is 400 metres from the carpark on a mainly level narrow street.
There are an 'agritourism' B&B in the village close to the house, called ' Casa Turchetti' will offer local meals by prior booking.
There is a river at the bottom of the valley via a path from near the village car park, with a pictureque mill, and deep pools which are ideal for swims in the summer.
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- Low Allergen Environment
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the owner
6 of us have just returned from a fabulous holiday here. The house is deceptively spacious but very comfortable and maintained to a high standard. The views are absoultely stunning. An artist would love to sit on the terrace and paint them. We BBQ'd most evenings as the weather was so good but we dined twice at the nearby Casa Turchetti. where we ate delicious traditonal italian dishes and were made very welcome. The hamlet is very small and quiet but interesting none the less. We travelled to Pisa, Lucca and did the boat trip to The Cinque Terre. All very enjoyable. We also made a trip up to the Ski slopes and stopped off in Crespiano on the way back for an excellent lunch in the Galetti resaturant. The largest town nearby is Aulla and has some very good supermarkets but there a small but very interesting and well stocked store in Licciana Nardi. Sadly didn't have enough time to explore as much as we would have liked but will definitely come back one day. We would highly recommend this house to anyone seeking a peaceful holiday, far from the madding crowd. "