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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Todi reviews

  • Beautiful house, great location for day trips in Umbria.

    "While we only used three bedrooms all six were well appointed. Kitchen was great to cook in- end of season a few pans were past there due date- were promptly replaced when the issue was raised. Pool very nice but without heating a little chilly in mid September. Property was secluded but only a few minutes to Todi and great grocery shopping in Ponteroi. Overall, we and are guests had a great vacation. Would highly recommend- great value."
    Guest: Mitchell G. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 3, 2016
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  • Canucks in Todi

    "The Palazzo Belverde worked out great for us. We were 2 couples and the place was perfect. Spacious, clean, and comfortable. Very friendly neighborhood. Todi is a charming place. Niki, Monia, and Francesca very helpful and welcoming. Keith, Kim, Dave, and Pauline from Canada"
    Guest: Keith B. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 12, 2016
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  • An Exquisite Experience in Umbria

    "My husband and I stayed at the apartment in mid November 2016. As you can see from the other reviews, this apartment is a wonderful place. Todi is a beautiful Medieval labyrinth and you feel as though you are living inside a fairy tale. The apartment is located on two floors. Below are 2 bedrooms (1 queen, 1 single), a full bath, as well as an amazing room filled with Carlo's family antique furniture and paintings. Upstairs is a another room which can be used as a bedroom, a living room, dining room, kitchen, and half bath. The 3rd floor also has an amazing balcony facing south overlooking the hills of Umbria. The view actually brought tears to my eyes. From there, you can see sunrise and sunset. The apartment is clean, comfortable, the beds are comfortable, the towels are plentiful and plush, the kitchen is charming and utilitarian, but most importantly, it is actually a home with interesting art and books. For us, the best part of renting the apartment was Carlo. Carlo is a talented photographer and his work hangs in the apartment. He is also a wonderful host. He keeps a book with all of his suggestions for restaurants, coffee, shops, and outings. He has travel books for use, and many maps for your use. Todi is centrally located to many other towns. With Carlo's help we could suggest an itinerary of Assisi one day, a second day to Civita Bagnorigio and Orvieto, and a third day to Bagnava, Spello and Montefalco (this direction has amazing rural landscapes of olive groves and vineyards). Carlo also suggested a cooking class at the School of Italian Language and Culture in Todi. You can contact them directly and they will make arrangements. The class was in a family's home in Todi, and it was a highlight of our trip. Umbria is amazing, Todi is amazing and the apartment is amazing. I have used VRBO and similar sites for many years, and I can give this apartment my highest recommendation. Thank you Carlo. We hope we can host you when you come to NY !"
    Guest: cathy c. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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  • Exquisite Umbrian Hilltown experience

    "We wisely returned to George's home after a 16-year hiatus; that delay in returning to Todi will not be repeated; we will return with family (home sleeps 7 comfortably) within the next 18 months. Recent posters have accurately lauded George's home; it is a pleasure. George has a genuine love of his home, Todi, and Umbria, that is unsurpassed. He is all about his guests experiencing the food, beauty and tranquillity of Todi and Umbria. Todi is a perfectly located base from which to explore by day-trip any number of thoroughly intriguing Umbrian (and adjoining Regions) towns.....Orvieto, Cortona (lunch: La Bucaccia), Montefalco, Amelia, Perugia, Siena, Gubbio, etc., (Ristorante Umbria, located immediately off of Todi's City Square, is not to be missed). If you are looking for the hard-to-capture feel of the 15th Century, combined with modern amenities, this Todi home is for you and your loved ones. Note: The EMI supermarket, a quick 5-minute drive from Todi's City centre walls, provides an array of quality food to be enjoyed at George's backyard dining table, that offers an incredible view of the Valley below. Hard to beat!!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: December 5, 2016
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