|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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A recently converted ground-floor stable in a historic 18th-century farmhouse overlooking the sea amid vineyards and olive groves in a rural hamlet now becoming a holiday area because it is near the beach. The apartment has old wooden doors, traditional brick arches and vaulted ceilings, and has been carefully restored in a simple, rustic, open-plan style to respect the original structure of the building. The flat sleeps between 2 and 6 people: a bedroom with two single beds (separated from the living room by screens) and in the living room a sofa-bed and 2 armchair beds. The living room also has a large dining table and seating for 8. There is a big bathroom with washbasin, bath, shower, toilet and bidet; a small kitchen with sink, draining rack, gas hob, cooker hood, microwave oven and fridge-freezer; and a sheltered seating area outside, looking on to the back garden, with a barbecue (shared with the owners when present) and secure parking.
Abruzzo is a region of outstanding natural beauty: sandy beaches, green fields & woods, vineyards, olive groves, steep-sided valleys & towering mountain ranges. It has 3 national parks & 1 regional park protecting no less than 30% of the region as a whole & is home to falcons, eagles, wolves, bears, wild boar & chamois. In the mountains are rushing torrents, picturesque lakes & caverns filled with stalactites & stalagmites. Abruzzo is also a land of ancient hill-towns, imposing castles, beautiful medieval abbeys and churches, remote mountain hermitages & significant Roman remains. Its people have preserved many colourful traditions & every year each town holds its own traditional festival. They have a great tradition of food & wine too, based on simple, natural ingredients. You can eat well & often inexpensively in its many fine & family-run restaurants. So there is something here for everyone & the best thing of all is that most of it is still relatively undiscovered.
Casa molto carina, adatta anche a bambini,uno spazio all'aperto comodo con barbeque.
Proprietari onesti e casa già provvista di beni di prima necessità quindi comodissimo.
L' unica pecca se desideri fare una passeggiata per andare al mare senza auto non c è una strada percorribile a piedi ma solo i tornanti della strada provinciale.
Sistemazione completa di ogni comfort e curata in ogni dettaglio. Massimi ordine e pulizia. Notevole la valorizzazione della struttura originaria. Luogo tranquillo e ideale sia per singoli che per famiglie, indicato per raggiungere in pochi minuti spiagge attrezzate e comodamente i luoghi più belli e interessanti d'Abruzzo. Parcheggio riservato. Nel complesso un'esperienza molto bella e da ripetere. Più che consigliata.
This beautiful restored stable with vaulted ceelings, it´s been a joy to live in it. Even if it´s been up to 36 degrees during the day, the stable has been cool and lovely. The outdoor space is a really plus. The apartment was clean and well maintained, the service is really good. And the owners send you very good long list of the best place to eat, to take a day trip, shop and more. The only ting that draw back the stars, is a very small kitchen.
We had an amazing family holiday here. It was our second visit, and it never disappoints, whether you come in spring or in summer. The farmhouse flat is lovely: modern in all the right places for convenience, but retaining all the rustic charm of the original stonework. The patio is excellent, and the boys loved the space in the back garden for playing. The location is perfect: just a couple of minutes from the beach by car, where loungers can be hired for just two euros a day, and there are lovely little cafes offering meals very reasonably. The friendly staff at the Punto Verde were great with the kids, and there is a bar for the grown-ups too. There is also an excellent local pizzeria (Toni and Lucia's), where the food is great and the prices ludicrously low. The kids wanted to eat there every night. Perfect accommodation, perfect location, wonderful holiday.
We rented this apartment for a 6 week stay in Italy, and were extremely satisfied. The place was quite typical Italian countryside and very quiet, and the owners were nice to us. The one negative side was that you need car here: couple of restaurants and bars were within comfortable walking distance, for the rest you took couple kilometer drive.
The location is good and easy, only couple of minutes up from the seaside road SS16. The building is full stonework, including beautiful arches inside the house. Large living room opens to large back yard, where we kept the car. Bathroom seemed recently renovated, with separate shower and bath. Kitchen had gas stove, no oven, and a bit short of worktops.
Even as late autumn (October), the weathers were warm and sunny, average 22C and only short rain showers on two days. The summer holiday places were mostly closed, so if you want beaches, keep it to the season. Rome, San Marino and Naples are.on driving distance, and all worth a visit. I can fully recommend this place for short or longer stay on the warm part of the year.
Soggiorno sicuramente molto rilassante,l'appartamento si trova in collina,ma a 5 min dal mare,molto fresco e tranquillo,come tutta la zona del resto.Molto organizzato internamente,con parcheggio riservato anche sul dietro.Spazio esterno molto ampio con possibilità di utilizzare il barbecue.Nel complesso,rispecchia tutte le descrizioni pubblicate,e sicuramente consigliabile.Contiamo di tornarci sicuramente
The apartment is less than 5 minutes from the beach by car, just 20 minutes from Pescara airport, & 40 minutes from the mountains. It lies midway between the popular seaside resort of Francavilla (which holds a spectacular firework display over the sea in the summer that you can see from near the house) & the medieval port of Ortona with its Aragonese castle, promenade overlooking the port & cathedral reputed to house the remains of St Thomas the Apostle. There too is the Regional Enoteca, where you can taste & buy a wide range of Abruzzese wines or sit over an aperitif & antipasti before dining at one of the town’s excellent seafood restaurants. There are plenty of local shops (excellent butchers, bakers, confectioners, fishmongers, etc.), & supermarkets, bars, restaurants, banks, post offices, petrol stations, some a short walk away, all in easy reach by car. There is an 18-hole golf course at Miglianico, just 4 miles away, & skiing in the winter at Passo Lanciano, 25 miles from the house.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Oct 3 2016 - Oct 30 2016
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$122|
Prices are all-inclusive. There are no hidden extras. Changeover day is usually Saturday, but we can be flexible.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.