|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Relax on a large estate with a swimming pool and private garden that is surrounded by vineyards, valleys, orchards, and other beautiful greeneries and rent this villa near the village of Sabina! Owned by one the oldest aristocratic families in the Sabina area of Italy, this self-catering accommodation in Italy is perfect for a family or group of friends, for there are as many bathrooms as there are bedrooms. When you and group get hungry, all you need to do is walk to the local pizzeria from you villa rental in Lazio for a delicious dinner, located just 500 meters away. Sabina has plenty of activities, shops, restaurants, and stores to keep you occupied for the day, but when you’re feeling adventurous, take a day trip to visit Rome or Orvieto!
(100 hectares) Owned by one of the oldest aristocratic families in the Sabina area, this Italian estate villa rental enjoys stunning views of the estate vineyard and lower Tiber Valley. There is a private swimming pool with loungers and umbrellas, a private garden, and terrace with a table and chairs.
Ground Floor: This villa opens up into a large and well-lit living/dining room with terracotta floors and high-beamed wood ceilings. A couch and comfortable chairs are arranged in front of the fireplace and satellite TV. There is a dining table with seating for ten. The fully-equipped kitchen features an oven, dishwasher, washing machine and a breakfast room. There is a bedroom with two 85 cm narrow single beds and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, WC and shower and is handicap accessible.
First Floor: Going up the stairs there are three bedrooms. The first bedroom has a 160 cm queen-size bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, WC and bathtub with a handheld shower. The second bedroom has two 85 cm narrow single beds and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, WC and bathtub with a handheld shower. The third bedroom has two 85 cm narrow single beds and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, WC and shower.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash.
Housekeeping: Upon request
This villa is on the same estate as
Villa Emilia, and
These villas can be rented together under the name
to accommodate more people.
A Welcome Basket is provided upon arrival. The Welcome Basket usually includes milk, water, wine, olive oil, bread, butter, eggs, biscuits, salt, sugar, tea, coffee, and jam.
Nice. Lacked personal touch, though. The Gift Basket was nice.
Beautiful view, gorgeous sunsets.
Daniella was very helpful. She does her job well.
Villa was cold. Weather was nice so wasn't too bad.
Noise from dogs, donkeys, roosters, cows, and church bells.
Sometimes enjoyable, but not in middle of night.
We had a few issues with dishwasher, TV, and hairdryer.
Had to call to fix. I would like to pay more, and have extras, such as dish soap, dishwasher soap, bath soap and TP included.
Good pizza within walking distance.
The day we left they were herding a flock of sheep down the road. Quite an experience.
Tips or Restaurants:
Went out to dinner at La Pergola. Excellent.
If you go to Rome take the train from Orte to Termini.
Purchase a B.T.R It covers round trip train for 3 days and
all the metro lines, bus, and subway for 24.50 Euro
per person. We also liked the on-off bus tour in Rome.
Don't drive in Rome unless you are crazy!
GPS helped very much.
This wonderful Italian rental is situated on a hillside above the town of Magliano Sabina, in the area of Sabina in Lazio with easy access to the main A1 motorway. The area of Sabina in Lazio features medieval hilltop castles, towns and villages, natural parks, medieval pilgrim routes and notable archaeological sites. Magliano Sabina is a town nestled amongst the rolling hills of the Lathium, land of Etruscans, Ancient Romans and Popes. The town has several bars, a chemist, bakers, butchers, banks, a post office, toy shop, clothing stores, ice-cream parlour, supermarkets, grocers, delicatessens, petrol station and a new hospital. There's even a small theatre and a museum featuring lots of Etruscan and Roman remains. There is also a 15th century cathedral (rebuilt in the 18th century), the Bishop's Palace, the town hall and the Santa Maria delle Grazie church which conserves a Roman crypt with 15th century frescoes. Rome is also within daytrip distance. Perugia: 116 km Fiumicino (airport): 90 km Orvieto: 65 km Rome: 52 km Orte: 23 km Magliano Sabina: 4 km Supermarket: 3 km Groceries, restaurant: 1.5 km Pizzeria: 500 meters