Discover the refined atmosphere of the 18th century
If you are looking for a different stay, in the atmosphere of the old Umbria, there is nothing better than staying at the historic residence Palazzo Balducci, a building dating back from the 18th century that preserves intact the decors of the period and that is considered as the Italian national heritage.
A wing of the palace has been transformed into 2 independent, comfortable and self-catering accommodations that are ideal for couples and small groups of friends or parents that want to leave unique moments between these walls of history.
Each apartment is accessible through a majestic colonnade and a green garden
Studiolo (sleeps 2): from the entrance of the majestic colonnade of the Palazzo Balducci, you will reach a bright functional furnished living room with a table and chairs as well as a comfortable double bed that disappears when it is closed which allows you to enjoy the comfortable sofa, the television and the free Wi-Fi connexion. The living room opens onto the fully fitted kitchen (4-ring hob, refrigerator, washing machine, microwave, coffee maker, saucepans, etc.). There is also a bathroom with shower and bidet.
Everything was designed with a base of 35 m²
Limonara (2 + 2 beds): from the small entrance hall, you will reach the bright and pleasant living room with fireplace and exposed beams. A staircase leads to a dining room with a modern fully fitted kitchen area (4-ring hob, refrigerator, washing machine, microwave, coffee maker, saucepans, etc.). A staircase also leads to the charming ensuite loft and the relaxation area equipped with a double bed, a television, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
The house is then divided into 3 different areas: the living room is bathed in light thanks to a large arched window and there are 2 cosy armchairs convertible into comfortable beds and the relaxation area has 2 single beds and a toilet area, all this for a total of 70 m².
The large windows overlook the lush garden and there are unobstructed views over the hills of Umbria.