The perfect traditional Italian farmhouse / villa, for families and parties of adults alike. Located in a romantic rural Le Marche setting and in a wonderful location.
The 360 degree views from the house are amazing with distant sea views to the East & The magnificent Sibillini mountains to the West. Le Marche is a fabulously beautiful place, whatever the weather!
Sleeping up to 12 guests, Casa Lola is comprised of 2 traditionally built buildings connected together to create a comfortable and elegant 6 bedroom house with 4 bathrooms and 2 downstairs WC's.
3 doubles and 3 twins.
Outside there is a large terracotta terrace and covered pergola, table, chairs and big parasols to keep the sun at bay. You can lie under the fig trees if it gets too hot.
A new 10 x 5 metre South facing private swimming pool is located just below the house which is one depth to align with health and safety regulations, with spectacular views of the mountains and surrounding rolling hills. It also has a large terracotta terrace with elegant French pool furniture to relax on.
The house has a dishwasher, washing machine, TV, DVD, ipod docks 4&5 (please bring own music) 2 x cots & a camp bed.
The large 7.5 x 5.5m kitchen is very well appointed with wood-burning stove to keep guests warm in the winter months.
There are 2 good sized reception rooms beyond the kitchen, one has a Flat-screen x 55' smart TV with Netflik and Apple TV facilities.
A large farm building located close to the villa has been converted into a play-den for guest's use - Casa Pollo. It houses a huge netted trampoline, table-tennis, table football, and lots of toys for smaller children to enjoy, ranging from train sets and doll's houses to a village shop plus more toys to entertain the smaller family members.
There is also a swing set and sandpit for guest's use next to Casa Pollo.
Casa Lola is located in the commune of Monte San Martino, one of the most beautiful hill-top villages in the region; where the local church houses some of the best renaissance art from the Crivelli brothers, also to be seen in the National Gallery and other great galleries of the world (and we have some on our door-step - wonderful)!
There are excellent places to eat a short drive from the villa (or hearty walk) and cafes and delicious home made Italian ice-cream to be enjoyed in the gelaterias of Amandola and Sarnarno.
The Sibillini mountains offer some of the best walking to be had in the country, ranging from treks up valleys along the shaded rivers to more robust clambers where you can stay at refugios located strategically along crafted routes.
Excellent day trips include Assisi and Urbino, and Ascoli Piceno with it's piazzas and galleries offering culture vultures a glorious day out.
Closer to home there is a riding school in the valley and playgrounds in abundance for very small children. A lake below the house with a deer park (although deer tend to hide) gentle buggy-friendly walk and pizzeria (with basic swings and slide to occupy energetic children) and restaurant to hand.