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House #6086737
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Exceptional! 5/5
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Apartment #1209491
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Apartment #3698014
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House #6143133
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Recent Umbria 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

Amazing!

5 of 5
The pictures just don't do this place justice. The house is inside an ancient fortified Etruscan village up on a mountain which includes a castle and a church and is home to about 35 permanent residents, I was told. I have never seen a more amazing view than the one from our terrace. The house is on 4 levels (actually 5 including the pool.) We had a group of 13 which included a 20-month-old and an 81-year-old and we all did just fine, but if you have a member of your group that has trouble with stairs, it might be a problem. All the furnishings were great, each room having its own bathroom. Although it was high up in the mountains, it was a little warm in the house the last few nights so Patricia, who manages the place, graciously furnished us with fans--a big help. Walking around the little streets of this village is such a unique experience and one of the best things about the town is the little restaurant Oscari, which has amazing food and the view from its terrace is spectacular. One of my favorite things was to walk the few steps up to the restaurant in the afternoons and have bruschetta and a glass of wine. For major grocery shopping, the town of Citta di Castello just down the mountain has a great grocery store, but Oscari's has a little shop attached where you may purchase meats, cheese, milk, juice. We spent our first week in Italy in Chianti at a large villa and it was spectacular, too, but this place is really an adventure and must be seen to be believed!
  • Submitted: Jul 06, 2016
  • Stayed: Jun 2016