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La Loggia, San Mamiliano

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2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
5 guests
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Your holiday home is just outside San Mamiliano, a tiny medieval hamlet in the breathtaking Valnerina area of southern Umbria, far off the beaten tourist track, yet within easy reach of the main sites. The accommodation is part of a typical Umbrian 'casale', a splendid villa which probably dates back to the 16th century, and possibly much further. There are two self-catering apartments, restored to a very high standard. The house is set in its own extensive grounds, just outside the village. The property has an unusually large swimming pool, with stunning views over the surrounding hills and valleys. Particularly suitable for two families or groups of friends. This beautiful and unspoilt corner of Umbria has something to offer all year round. You can roast chestnuts by the fire in Autumn,...Your holiday home is just outside San Mamiliano, a tiny medieval hamlet in the breathtaking Valnerina area of southern Umbria, far off the beaten tourist track, yet within easy reach of the main sites. The accommodation is part of a typical Umbrian 'casale', a splendid villa which probably dates back to the 16th century, and possibly much further. There are two self-catering apartments, restored to a very high standard. The house is set in its own extensive grounds, just outside the village. The property has an unusually large swimming pool, with stunning views over the surrounding hills and valleys. Particularly suitable for two families or groups of friends. This beautiful and unspoilt corner of Umbria has something to offer all year round. You can roast chestnuts by the fire in Autumn, eat new olive oil (and watch it being made) on bruschetta in Winter, pick wild asparagus from the hillsides in Spring and have barbecues round the pool in Summer (lit for night-time swims). Here, you won't find coach loads of tourists. Nor will you find yourself sitting next to other holidaymakers when you eat out at the excellent country trattorias, of which there are a number within easy reach. There are spectacular walks and horse riding, tennis, canoeing and white water rafting (including some descents suitable for children) all available nearby. There are also many little known local treasures, which the owners will be glad to point out. These include the highest waterfalls in Europe, an exquisite 7th century frescoed abbey and several abandoned hilltop villages, which can be reached on foot and are idyllic spots for a picnic. Also ideally situated to explore other parts of central Italy, including day trips to Rome and Florence.More
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Clare P
Languages spoken:English, Italian, French
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2008
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Reviewed April 29, 2018

Just home from the most relaxing week with friends at this exceptional Umbrian hideaway. Off the beaten track up winding roads and surrounded by thickly wooded hills this really is the place to unwind. Clare and a Mario were wonderful hosts, full of great advice...More

Date of stay: April 2018
Thank John B
clarepedrick, VR Owner at La Loggia, San Mamiliano, responded to this reviewResponded May 1, 2018

Thank you John. I'm so glad you all enjoyed your stay in San Mamiliano. We certainly enjoyed having you and hope to see you again!

Reviewed September 8, 2016

Our stay at Clare and Mario`s stunning house in San Mamiliano couldn`t have been more relaxing and enjoyable, it was an absolute tonic.This was the first time I had been to a rural part of Italy, what a revelation! Such a beautiful place, perched on...More

Date of stay: September 2016
Thank gary l
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Reviewed September 1, 2016

Faultless. Good sized pool. Clare and Mario are very decent, helpful, hosts. Actually stayed May/June 2014 but website would not let me post so long after the event.

Date of stay: June 2015
Thank GalationsFive22-23
Reviewed June 30, 2016

To arrive in San Mamiliano is what one imagines from years of looking at Italian escape books or tv shows. The large stone house overlooking the valleys and hills of the surrounding area with a backdrop of green forests and wild flowers just interspersed amongst...More

Date of stay: June 2016
1  Thank sueandgb
Reviewed September 15, 2014

Two weeks or relaxation into one! Had a fantastic stay at La Loggia in San Mamiliano. The accommodation is clean and well fitted out. The views from the bedrooms and the pool are just stunning. There are times when you can literally hear nothing...so peaceful....More

Date of stay: September 2014
1  Thank Jodel63pilot
Amenities
Pets Allowed: Ask
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Washer
Highchair
Towels Provided
Cycling Trips
Hairdryer
TV
Corporate Bookings
Parking
Shared Garden
Rural/Countryside Retreats
Linens Provided
There Are Tennis Courts Nearby
Horse Riding Nearby
VCR
Toaster
Cooker
Grill
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
Fishing Nearby
Long Term Rentals (Over 1 Month)
Central Heating
Dishwasher
Freezer
Iron
Stereo System
Hiking Trips
Balcony
Ping Pong Table
Kettle
Shared Outdoor Pool (Unheated)
Terrace
Additional amenities & feature info
With its original stone walls, beamed ceilings and terracotta floors, La Loggia is a very appealing place to spend a holiday, and great care has been taken in its restoration. The living room is part of the ancient foundations of the house, with a lovely divan literally gouged out of the rock and scattered with cushions. The kitchen has all modern appliances, including dishwasher and washing machine, but retains plenty of original features and is furnished in traditional style. The master bedroom is a lovely airy room with a four-poster bed and beautiful hand painted furniture. It has restful views out across the hills and valleys. The second bedroom, a twin, is smaller, but very light and attractive, with French windows which open on to similar views. The bathroom is large and inviting, with original stone walls and hand painted tiles around the separate bathtub and shower unit. Outside, a pretty shaded veranda offers the perfect place for a pre-dinner drink.
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About the neighbourhood
San Mamiliano is tucked away in a hidden corner of Umbria. Here, you won't find coach loads of tourists. Nor will you find yourself sitting next to other holidaymakers when you eat out at the excellent country trattorias, of which there are a number within easy reach. There are spectacular walks and horse riding, tennis, canoeing and white water rafting (including some descents suitable for children) all available nearby. There are also many little known local treasures, which the owners will be glad to point out. These include the highest waterfalls in Europe, an exquisite 7th century frescoed abbey and several abandoned hilltop villages, which can be reached on foot and are idyllic spots for a picnic. Other must-sees are the exquisite ancient Roman settlement of Carsulae, the beautiful ...
How to get there
You can fly into Rome with scheduled airlines or low-cost (Ryan Air and Easy Jet both have regular flights). From here it is an easy 2-hour drive and we will send a map when you book. The easiest thing is to pick up a car at the airport. Ryan Air also flies to Perugia, which is even closer (approx 40 minutes). Other low-cost options are flying into Ancona (2 hours) and Pescara (2.5 hours)
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