The "Solarium" niche for sun-bathing.Take some sun and enjoy the view. A glass of chilled White Wine maybe?
Lunch on the Terrace
Living room is cool in Summer; cozy in Winter
Stairs to the bedrooms
Twin bedded room
Third bedroom is for kids. A second trundle bed pulls out.
Study and spare bed room
A View from the House
A Typical Street in Calvi - this one with lovely Medieval Entry.
The town Square
Gather in The Piazza
A typical view of Calvi's Medieval streets. No cars here, please. But you can park a few meters from the House
You can park your car just before the arch and stroll a few meters to your house.
In the Medieval hill town of Calvi di Umbria, this stone village farmhouse, looking across the rolling green hills of beautiful Umbria, has been converted with care to a cozy and welcoming family vacation home with pool. In an idyllic setting, perched on the side of the village it clings to the hillside. A sitting room has an inviting, wood-burning fireplace for year-round holidays. The kitchen opens to the outside and is fully equipped with dishwasher, large fridge, and everything you will need for cooking great Italian meals. There is dining for up to 8 inside, and two tables for dining outside, one next to the pool, one on the terrace. Outside, in the summer, you will find a lovely little lawn with a refreshing pool and a stunning view of the rolling hills of the Umbrian Countryside. Sun beds await you through a little gate in a space designed to capture the sun.
Calvi di Umbria is near many special places full of art, history, and nature. It is near to Narni, Todi, Orvieto,Deruta, Amelia, Terni, Viterbo, and Orte, and further away, Assisi and Perugia. Umbria is a great spot for a vacation any time of the year - as beautiful as Tuscany, and in fact, even better as it is not over-crowded with tourists. Enjoy wonderful food and local specialties, wine from the region, and excellent olive oil from the neighboring farms. Search for the various monasteries built high in the hills. Discover the local festivals in medieval streets, or take picnics up into the woods and relish the stunning vistas. And another great feature? Only 45 minutes from Rome!! And Rome's Airports.