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Villa, 8 Bedrooms, 10 Baths (Sleeps 8-16) overlooking lake and vineyards
Queen size Beds (3) Wildly romantic, canopied four poster beds feature in three bedrooms. Each of the four bedrooms has its own beautifully tiled bathroom with a deep soaking tub. Double Beds (2) There is one 'twin' bedroom furnished with two 3/4 width (48-inch) beds which can be converted into a super king.
Pool / Spa
- Bookings at this property are non-refundable.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - prior notice pet policy cleaning fee deposit. prior notice pet policy cleaning fee deposit.
Events allowed - Must be pre-agreed; subject to payment supplement.Must be pre-agreed; subject to payment supplement.
Max guests: 16
- Booking is complete upon our receipt of Overnight Tax and Security Deposit, registration of all guests and your agreement to Terms and Conditions.
Minimum 2-day vacancy between guest stays
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Cleaned with disinfectant
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Winetasting, thermal baths and spas, outdoor music and food festivals, jazz, classical and blues concerts, folk dance exhibitions, art, historical and nature tours, outlets and handicrafts shopping, outdoor markets, bird watching.
Why Olivia chose Panicale
Castiglione del Lago and two neighboring towns -- Panicale and Paciano – have each been designated as one of the 'borghi piu belli d'Italia' -- most beautiful villages in Italy -- and it's true. Once fortified against frequently invading foreign armies, they are now lovely but not overly restored towns full of life and warmth. Aside from the obvious benefits of local (coffee) bars, several excellent family-run restaurants, food shops, postal, pharmacy and bank services, a very good hospital, wineries nearby, walking and biking trails and amazing art, the villages have lively social lives with summer concerts, festivals, art exhibitions, and theater. And the people are friendly and welcoming; within days, you will be greeted by the locals as one of their own and develop your own morning and evening rituals of coffee and apertivo at the local bar, catching up on the local news. Plus, it's simply beautiful and close to everything. But overall, the house was love at first sight. There is a wonderful feeling about it: whether it is the Liberty-style symmetry, its position on a hilltop, the history or just warm feeling that it exudes. It’s a very special house. It has the perfect balance of privacy, yet proximity to cultural treasures and modern-life amenities. And the views ! On one side there is the lake, with its magical sunlight-on-water or moonlight-on-water views. On the other is such a picture-perfect panorama of vineyards, hills, villages and mountains, that you might be justified in thinking it's a painted scrim. We are surrounded by the vineyards of a world-class, but family-run winery. You can walk a few minutes, knock on the kitchen door of my neighbor, be greeted warmly, and then return later with a jug of very good and reasonably-priced table wine (vino sfuso) or a bottle of one of the best sangiovese or cabernet wines to be had. How wonderful is that?
What makes this villa unique
Privacy. Tranquility. Beauty. Fabulous food and great wines that are punching way above their weight in terms of quality for the reasonable price. Relaxing garden and pool. Warm Hospitality . . . . This perfect Italian getaway has the best of both worlds: located in the heart of the countryside with all the benefits of having a lively historical city and charming villages nearby. Everything you could want to see in central Umbria and Tuscany is at your fingertips - 10 minutes from the main train line leading to Rome in 2.5 hours, Florence in just over 1 hour, 1/2 hour drive to Perugia for chocolate making, Montepulciano or Chianti for wine, Pienza for amazing cheese and countless little hilltop towns along the way. Less than an hour drive to Siena (famous for its horse races, the Palio), Montalcino for wine and many other towns. Plus this is our home town! We live here and we've explored the area for you, so we're ready to help with reservations, little out of the way spots to explore, hilltop towns to discover, small family-run wineries to see. Years of enjoying our territory and helping guests to discover its magic has built up our 'little black book' of special restaurants, wineries and amazing sites.