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In this property apartment of different size available PERUGIA F


UMBRIA BY CAR • ITALIAN COUNTRYSIDE F


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RELAIS DELL’OLMO HHHH Situated just a few minutes from the town centre of Perugia, the Relais dell'Olmo welcomes its guests with courtesy and hospitality. The Relais offers wonderful corners and places where guests can enjoy and relax: the elegant Fireplace Hall, the bar, the lush garden, the outdoor swimming pool and the well-equipped indoor gym. A gourmet restaurant is located in a marvellous XVIIth century Villa in front of the relais and it offers a genuine and refined cuisine. A breakfast room, two conference rooms, a car park and garage are available.


Il RELAIS DUCALE HHHH Gubbio Symbol of the town history for being the house of the Duke Federico da Montefeltro, the Relais Ducale, is located in the heart of , on the square Piazza della Signoria, considered one of the most beautiful suspended squares of Italy. The charming rooms of the Hotel Relais Ducale offer the best comfort surrounded by an elegant and exclusive atmosphere.


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PRINCIPE DEL TRASIMENO “Principe del Trasimeno” is an old stone country-house, completely restored in accordance with its court style, plunged in the green uncontaminated countryside surrounding Lake Trasimeno. The ideal place to recover peace and quiet in immediate contact with typical Mediterranean nature.The countryhouse is made up of 13 apart - ments and offers to its guests a roomy garden with a pinewood to spend quiet relaxing hours. “Principe del Trasimeno” has also a big swimming-pool fully equipped, a won- derful masonry gazebo, ideal for outdoor breakfast” and a spacious hall with a big fire place where guests can spend time together or read in quiet. Guests can also use bicycles to reach the Lake not far from the country-house or to go on excursions on the cycle-path in direct contact with nature. It is very easy to reach Castiglione del Lago and all typical towns of the Trasimeno area, from where it is possible to ferry to the islands.


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GRIFFIN'S RESORT Orvieto In Umbria, just a few kilometers from Orvieto among the charming hills, Griffin's Resort is an exclusive, quaint hotel with a gourmet restaurant. Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, the original building that is home to the Resort was recently renovated, carefully mixing tradition and modernity. A romantic weekend, a productive company retreat or a wedding: whatever the event, Griffin's Resort is the perfect place. Griffin's is also a farm and vineyard with a wine cellar and tasting room where you can buy wines and other local products.


SPOLETO


DEI DUCHI HHHH Situated within the gardens once belonging to the Ancajani park, right in the centre of Spoleto, it is surrounded by the art works that the city has kept and enhanced over the centuries. The hotel can offer a complete range of services with the latest technological equipment. Within the hotel there are two restaurants,"Veranda" and "Giardino".Sitting on the terrace looking out over the rolling Umbrian hills, it is possible to taste the best regional dishes and wines.


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BOSONE PALACE HHH S The Bosone Palace is located in the historic centre of Gubbio, a few steps away from Piazza della Signoria and all the main attractions. This old-style hotel occupies the central Palazzo Raffaelli, where in the past the old patrician family Bosone had also Dante Alighieri as a guest. The breakfast room is a delightful small room with frescoed ceilings. It features 32 rooms all very comfortable and decorated with wooden furniture and 2 suites in Renaissance style with some impressive frescos in their vaulted ceilings.


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