Farmhouse nr Monte Santa Maria Tiberina, Umbria. Peaceful, Private, Accessible to Local Facilities, Restaurants and Cultural Highlights
About Tony Taylor
Hello, we live in the UK and have visited Italy annually for over thirty years. We purchased the house in 2000 and began a long process of restoration, we love this part of Italy, the art, architecture, landscape, food and people. We hope you enjoy the house and the area as much as we do! Tony
Tony Taylor purchased this Farmhouse in 2000
Why Tony Taylor chose Monte Santa Maria Tiberina
Lovely quiet family home suitable for couples, families and small groups. 20 acres of land including olive grove of 200 trees, stunning views across the valley and to Monte Santa Maria, pencil cypress large oaks, wildflowers and loads of wildlife. Very well appointed with four double bedrooms, three reception rooms, pool, two terraces areas, stunning views across the valley to classic Italian countryside. Great for walks, cylcing or just relaxing!
What makes this Farmhouse unique
Classic Italian architecture of stone, beams and tiled floored and ceilings. Furniture collected over the years from local markets / antique fairs. Quiet, private location, all amenities 15 minute drive, stunning towns full of art, architecture shops and restaurants within an hour drive including Assissi, Arezzo, Perugia and Gubbio. Lake Trasimeno also nearby.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
cot and or z bed are available on request
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
La Bella Italia
We had an amazing time in Umbria. Tony’s house is as described, fully equipped, very well located, near many cities to visit - we felt at home. You can feel the effort he put in to welcome his guests. We really enjoyed the end of the day sitting on the varandas for a nice dinner or simply reading a book and looking at the view. It’s very peaceful, great for kids all ages, many small supermarkets around. Tony’s recommendations of what to do in the nearby area are spot on. If you are looking for a place to stay in Umbria, you won’t be wrong with this one.
Thank you so much for your comments It really makes it worthwhile to hear you all had such a good time
Stunning home in the idilic Umbrian countryside
The house was beautiful, even more so than the photos and immediately felt more like a home than a holiday let. The property managers were very helpful and gave us some good hints and tips on the local area. The situation of the house blends privacy with close driving proximity to many great places to visit, for us highlights included Assisi and Passignano sul Trasimeno amongst the many day trips we had. Highly recommend the property and location to others, hoping to return ourselves in the future.
Thank you so much for your kind review I’m really pleased you enjoyed your stay Be sure I would be happy to welcome you again
Amazing, beautiful, property, very well located close to Tuscany.
We have spent lovely summer week in this amazing property. The house is big enough for two families (8 people). Kitchen is very well equipped.
You can enjoy the Italian "Dolce Vita" in this amazing place.
I strongly recommend that for those that want to mix visiting Umbria/ Tuscany with relaxing at the beautiful sunny pool.
I hope to spend another week in this house next year:)
Thank you so much for your kind review I am so pleased you all enjoyed your stay and look forward to seeing you next year
This property is absolutely stunning! We have just returned from a blissful fortnight at Casale Sole and can honestly say there was nothing we would change. The house is very well equipped and finished to a high standard particularly the beautiful kitchen which led out on to a lovely shaded loggia where we enjoyed numerous home cooked meals and tasty take away pizza from the local pizzeria in Gioello. Nearby San Secondo has a wonderful patisserie with exceptional croissant and cakes that provided for delicious breakfasts as the sun gradually warmed us. The house is really well situated for visiting some beautiful hilltop towns and villages, Montone being one of them.
There were 8 of us at the house plus a 1 year old. Arranged over 3 floors there was plenty of space for everyone. Outside, the pool was lovely and great for the younger members of the party.
Overall, I would certainly recommend this property to anyone after a really special break!
Special interest holidays:
Our ever helpfull management can provide italian cookery courses [in or out of the kitchen] and the ever popular truffle hunting [have a go under the oaks] and wine tours and tasting. This is great walking (maps in the house) and touring countryside. If you have a special interest be it cycling, bikes can be hired, riding, walking, botany or fine arts we can arrange a customised itinery with full back up. The village has some tennis courts and you can kayak on the Tiber
35 minutes from Perugia airport for Stansted. Other accessable airports are Pisa Rome Rimini Ancona Florence and Bologna. The regional railway is just 4 miles away. Regardless you'll need a car.
The house is 10 minutes from the village if you are walking, [2 by car] with it's basic general store, bar and pharmacy, Above the valley sits the Etruscan hill town of MSM Tiberina.
The vibrant walled town of Citta di Castello is less than 15 minutes away, with shops, restaurants, a constant calendar of events and a brilliant Italian buzz. Plus all the cultural treasures of Umbria & Tuscany are on the (well almost) doorstep.
On the Tiber, Citta di Castello is a Roman/Medieval walled city, as well as a thriving modern community where, if you want a stay-at-home holiday there's everything to sustain your retreat. If you want to explore the area, etruscan, roman, medieval and boroque, fauna & flora then we are less than an hours drive from Assisi Gubbio Perugia Arezzo San Sepulcro Cortona, Monterchi is just up the road on the Piero della Francesca route. Performances in the world's smallest opera house in Umbertide. Browsing antiques and majollica in Deruta Cortona but in particular the justifiably famous Arezzo antique market. Never forget Lake Trasimeno [of Hannibal fame] with it's ferries. Each year we update our information sheet with details of things to do, where to go, where to shop etc.