We are in the green heart of Italy. Excellent home located in the historic center of Amelia, a small Umbrian village. A few steps from the main square and the major attractions. the house is complete with everything necessary for a good stay, the area is quiet and not very noisy. Do not hesitate to ask for some information on the spot or some advice, maybe for a nice walk in the green that will remain engraved.
“Lovely and picturesque accommodation by Marco, in a quiet area of the town with a wonderful view. We stayed only one night, unfortunately, but we slept very well and we found ourselves fine. Convenient parking under the house, we didn't mind taking a stroll through the picturesque streets to reach the front door, surrounded by flower pots. Marco was very kind, we were a little late and he waited for us in the square to make our way. Thanks Marco, we hope to return soon to stop a few more days!”
Cozy house in the heart of the historic center of the medieval city of Amelia, a stone's throw from all the main tourist attractions. Excellent point of support for visits in the green Umbria and Lazio. Two free parking lots within walking distance, a magnificent view from the rooms and the entrance on a characteristic and silent street.
“Gabriele's place is in a beautiful medieval building with stunning views of the mountains, looking immediately over a garden. It is quite high spec, with granite worktops in the kitchen, stone floors and nice wooden furniture. It is also organised, with tea and coffee and guides to the local area. Gabriele personally welcomed me and communication between us was good.”
In the heart of the historic center, a corner of peace where you are welcome and you will feel at ease. Close to everything, away from stress.
“At Silvia you will find the ideal atmosphere to share and live a unique moment to enjoy this beautiful city of Amelia. Silvia is full of good intentions towards these visitors. We will not forget all the gestures of attention and the conviviality of your house. We recommend warmly. Grazie mile”