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Spoleto: Vacation Rentals (5)

  • 1 - 5 of 5
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    • 2 BR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 5
    Multiple rentals Apartment #70144
    11
      Exceptional! 5.0/5
      (31 reviews)
      $91
      avg/night
      • 3 BR
      • 1 BA
      • 1 HF BA
      • Sleeps 6
      Apartment #269370
      31
        Exceptional! 5.0/5
        (14 reviews)
        $60
        avg/night
        • 2 BR
        • Sleeps 3
        Apartment #6569023
        14
          • 3 BR
          • Sleeps 6
          House #6384335
          11
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          Recent Spoleto Reviews

          An Exquisite Experience in Umbria

          5 of 5
          My husband and I stayed at the apartment in mid November 2016. As you can see from the other reviews, this apartment is a wonderful place. Todi is a beautiful Medieval labyrinth and you feel as though you are living inside a fairy tale. The apartment is located on two floors. Below are 2 bedrooms (1 queen, 1 single), a full bath, as well as an amazing room filled with Carlo's family antique furniture and paintings. Upstairs is a another room which can be used as a bedroom, a living room, dining room, kitchen, and half bath. The 3rd floor also has an amazing balcony facing south overlooking the hills of Umbria. The view actually brought tears to my eyes. From there, you can see sunrise and sunset. The apartment is clean, comfortable, the beds are comfortable, the towels are plentiful and plush, the kitchen is charming and utilitarian, but most importantly, it is actually a home with interesting art and books. For us, the best part of renting the apartment was Carlo. Carlo is a talented photographer and his work hangs in the apartment. He is also a wonderful host. He keeps a book with all of his suggestions for restaurants, coffee, shops, and outings. He has travel books for use, and many maps for your use. Todi is centrally located to many other towns. With Carlo's help we could suggest an itinerary of Assisi one day, a second day to Civita Bagnorigio and Orvieto, and a third day to Bagnava, Spello and Montefalco (this direction has amazing rural landscapes of olive groves and vineyards). Carlo also suggested a cooking class at the School of Italian Language and Culture in Todi. You can contact them directly and they will make arrangements. The class was in a family's home in Todi, and it was a highlight of our trip. Umbria is amazing, Todi is amazing and the apartment is amazing. I have used VRBO and similar sites for many years, and I can give this apartment my highest recommendation. Thank you Carlo. We hope we can host you when you come to NY !
          • Submitted: Nov 23, 2016
          • Stayed: Nov 2016

          Good Location

          4 of 5
          Nice location in a quaint piazza. Fairly spacious apartment. On arrival the apartment was absolutely frigid....even for us Canadians who are used to brutally cold weather (...there were no additional blankets in the apartment). The shower head in the main bathroom was also broken. Contacted Laurie and had the issues fixed quickly. There are quite a few steps up to this apartment...all travellers were pretty fit and managed to get our luggage upstairs but I can see it posing a challenge for some renters. You get a small balcony outside with some scenic views. Spoleto is a good base for making day trips to Assisi and Orvieto. Also check out the nearby Fonti del Clitunno. The escalators connecting the parking areas to the main town are very useful however they do close quite early so be mindful if you are leaving the town for dinner and coming home late...you'll have to hoof it back to the apartment... and Spoleto is defiantly a hill town! Thanks for a nice time in Spoleto and for the welcome package that was waiting for us when we arrived.
          • Submitted: Jun 8, 2016
          • Stayed: May 2016