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Recent Citta di Castello reviews

  • Great apartment & garden and fantastic location

    "The apartment is spacious, fully equiped and with beautiful details like an old vaulted ceiling, an impressive wood burning stove, a huge shower looking at the contryside, etc. It is a fantastic combination of old local farm and modern confort and aesthetics. It also has a huge garden overlooking a beautiful and "hypnotic" ombrian landscape and a great swimming pool!"
    Guest: AURELIEN N. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 30, 2016
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  • Breathtaking hill top Umbrian experience

    "Stunning south facing hill top position overlooking the beautiful, rural Niccone Valley. The property compromises a traditional Italian farmstead which William, the owner, is lovingly renovating building by building. The main farmhouse is generously proportioned with plenty of living and sleeping space spread out throughout, a stunning high vaulted dining room and a beautiful outdoor terrace overlooking the Niccone Valley. The views from brakfast on the terrace with just the Cyprus trees and odd castle peaking through the mist on the other side of the valley will last long in the memory. This is a fantastic holiday home for large families / groups of families and provides for a genuine rustic Umbrian experience far away from the bustle and worries of modern life. Suitable for young children with plenty to keep them occupied during the day (pool, tyre swing, walks and abundant wild life (plus dvd etc when all else fails!)) and well positioned to allow for short trips into the valley and some of the local towns and hill top villages including Umbertide and the stunning hill top Cortona at the head of the valley just into Tuscany. A fantastic holiday to unwind, spend time with your family and friends and forget about it all."
    Guest: Simon P. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 7, 2016
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  • Terrific place lovely location

    "The house was huge and spacious enough to allow our group privacy with great together areas such as the large veranda where we ate every meal. The kitchen and utility room are large enough for a large group to cook together which is something that we really enjoyed. The bedrooms were cool in temperature and almost all of them had private terraces or balconies which was great. Even better was the fact that each bedroom had a private bathroom so there was no queuing and arguments over teenage mess. The pool area was lovely and also it was good that it was gated so secure for the real youngsters. The location was excellent for Citta do castellol Assisi, Perugia and also a day trip to Rome by train for just 20 euros. Try that in London...... Trestina itself was very nice with a number of bars and restaurants that were great value especially the ice creams. The hike back to the villa was a bit steep but good exercise and we drove sometimes even though it is not far. great place and good value for money. I would recommend it."
    Guest: Bruce F. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: January 12, 2017
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  • Very relaxing, very restful and love the pool!...

    "Overall: Very relaxing, very restful and love the pool! Enjoyed Most: Quiet, secluded, but with lots of amenities! Enjoyed Least: The roads to get there and the directions. Surrounding Area: It is so beautiful! Nearby Events or Locales: No town is really near the villa. We had to drive back to the other side of Cortona to shop for groceries. Cortona itself was very touristy, but there are wonderful places to eat all around the area, and once at the villa with groceries, it was great! Tips or Restaurants: Be sure to stop for groceries in Camucia on the way in! Restaurants that you pass on the way are all good! Directions: GPS didn't really help. Once you go up to Cortona, follow signs to Torreone and Portele which takes you around Cortona, with the city wall on the right. Go to Torreone where the road turns to the left--follow it, but there Portele is not on that sign; go that way anyway! The roads are VERY narrow and people drive way too fast and down the middle of the road. Check In Out: Check in and out was no problem at all!"
    Guest: J. Countryman Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 11, 2016
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