Casella Rosmarino

This Traditional stone villa boasts oak beams, gentle fountain and terraced garden. Superb views, wild life, and quiet own road. Car essential.


In the heart of green Umbria is Assisi halfway up the slopes of Monte Subasio.

Visitors come from every
part of the world for the Franciscan art treasures and mystical atmosphere.

The roman town with its forum, ampitheatre and painted rooms shapes the medieval city of assisi which is still intact with its monuments, alleys and squares lined with centuries old cypresses. 

Among the religious and artistic celebrations are the flower carpets of corpus domini, diverse concerts and
three days of calendamaggio, when the city is populated with minstrels and troubadours in splendid medieval costumes.
There are archery displays and fire dances. In the summer there are free film shows under the stars.

Also, there is an Olympic size spring fed swimming pool, tennis courts and horse riding.  

From Assis its easy to visit other cities such as Perugia, the capital of Umbria, a medieval town built up a steep hillside which has a moving staircase to help you to the top. There you can enjoy the magnificant art gallery, concerts, and a lively jazz festival in July.

Spoleto with is famous music festival of "due mondi". Norcia, a skiing center, high over the vast grand plain and a multitude of other medieval towns such as Gubbio , Bevagna, Spello and Montefalco.


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Villa Features:

-Two Double bedrooms
-Dining Room
-Large Bathroom
Prices: £350/week
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''We really loved your house & tranquility of the setting. We have never had such a wonderful even start-gazin as the 12/13 of August. We lost count of the shootinng stars. The complete lack of light pollution was such a rarity. We loved the drive to Spello overe Monte Suaso-such spectacular views and sill so m any wild flowers. We also enjoyed visits to Gubbio, Trevi, the Fonti di Clituno (so serene and cool) & had a glimpse of spoleto. Mostly though we enjoyed the hillside and woods and Assisi itself''.