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Dies ist ein fabelhaftes Haus aus dem 13. Jahrhundert stammt, wie durch eine romanische Löwenkopf in der Fassade noch miterlebt. Es wurde vollständig renoviert (mit Vorschlägen und Entwürfen des großen Bildhauers Beverly Pfeffer). Es ist innerhalb der Stadtmauer, ca. 5 min. zu Fuß vom Hauptplatz entfernt, so dass es ist günstig im Hinblick auf die Einkaufsmöglichkeiten.
Ich meine, warum nach Italien kommen und zu isolieren, sich in einer ländlichen Bauernhaus aus? Kann auch in Palo Alto zu bleiben. Wir wollten unter den Italiener leben, um zu genießen, und deshalb haben wir uns für dieses Haus. Und doch ist es sehr privat und ruhig, weil es von der Apsis der Kirche S. flankiert Prassede an der Süd-Westseite und verfügt über eine 1.200 sq. Ft. Garten vor. Alle Fenster haben einen herrlichen Blick auf das Tal und die Berge Martani direkt östlich.
Todi ist genau in der Mitte von Umbrien, einer der schönsten und künstlerischen Regionen Italiens. (Es ist viel weniger touristisch als benachbarte Toskana.) Todi hat etwa 9.000 Einwohner, mit sehr wenig Industrie und sanften Hügeln und Ackerland ringsum. Es basiert auf einem Hügel, 480 m² über dem Meeresspiegel., Und ist in erster Linie in ihrer architektonischen Make-up mittelalterlichen.
Ein weiterer guter Grund dafür, dass in der Stadt, abgesehen von genießen Konzerte im Theater, Ausstellungen,
Cocktails auf dem Platz ist das beste Eis
in der Welt (wie viele unserer Gäste überprüft).
Ja, die Bar Pianegiani, nur 10 min. zu Fuß die Straße.
My family (4 adults with the occasional add on) spent a glorious 3 weeks at George's home in Todi. The house was all we hoped it would be: nestled in a beautiful stone alleyway on the edge of town with a breathtaking view over the valley. The kitchen was well stocked and a pleasure to use: we prepared some lovely meals - even a delicious roast lamb with herbs we had gathered on walks in the countryside. A lunch made up around the amazing Porchetta bought from a van that comes into the square on Saturdays is something we will never forget nor the moonlit nights in the garden shared with fireflies and even a hedgehog! George is a wonderful host who made some excellent recommendations particularly to hire a car from Stefano, (who also drove us to Rome at the end of our stay). Todi is wonderfully located with many of Umbria's most beautiful towns and walks within an easy drive. The most spectacular walk was in Castelluccio Di Norcia where the wildflowers are just extraordinary - and the lentils amazing. With all the walks and the steps in Todi we left in much better shape than we arrived but never once dreamt of holding back on the wonderful Umbrian food and wine - effortless! It was so very hard to leave - thank you George!
My wife and I stayed in this villa for a month and thoroughly enjoyed it. We used Todi as a hopping off spot for numerous day trips throughout Umbria. The villa was exactly as described - very comfortable and spacious.The kitchen was very well equipped and there was an abundance of sheets and towels, so that we change them every week.
The owner was extremely helpful. He contacted us our first day there, and answered any questions we had (via phone or email) quickly. In fact, even after we left Todi to spend a month in Campania, he remained in contact, answering further questions.
Todi itself was delightful; the pace was much slower than the larger cities, and had far fewer tourists, which is what we were looking for. However, Todi was always alive with activities - festivals, concerts, street fairs. Absolutely charming.
There was no need for having a car in town, every place is walkable. But we had a car for our frequent day trips to Orvieto, Marmore Falls, Umbrian and Tuscan wine regions, Florence, Assisi, Spoleto,
I definitely recommend this place for anyone who wants to get away from the large, bustling tourist destinations of Italy and experience the heart of Italy. The only people I would not recommend it for are for those have substantial mobility or breathing issues, as the town is on top of a hill, which while not particularly steep, does require some sustained walking up and down the narrow streets and staircases.
We rented George's house in Todi for the month of May. We had family and friends visiting throughout the month and the house accommodated us all very comfortably. We enjoyed the location of the house; the views from the backyard were spectacular! Being able to walk to the piazza in Todi was a plus and we took full advantage of all the charm Todi has to offer.
Todi itself is a charming hill town without the touristy feel. After staying a month, we got familiar with a lot of the locals and knew them on a first name basis. There are many amazing sites and day trips to take from Todi; we also used public transportation on several occasions to get to Rome and Florence. Todi has many fabulous restaurants and a supermarket conveniently located.
George was very helpful and gracious. As mentioned, his home was roomy, clean and comfortable. He recommended we use Stefano Agostino for transports and car rental and we were thrilled we followed up with the suggestion. Stefano was delightful and we highly recommend you utilize his services if you are considering a stay at George's. We enjoyed him so much that we extended an invite for him to visit us here in the states! George also recommended Isabella to assist me during the month with cleaning and we were very happy to meet her and her family during our stay.
Our family and friends totally enjoyed their stay in Todi. If you are looking to experience living as a local, then Todi is the place for you! Even after a month, it was difficult to leave this enchanting place!
We rented this lovely home in Todi for a month. George, the owner, was a fantastic host. He provided a list of local restaurants and important phone numbers, none of which we needed but it was a comfort to have them. He arranged for our pick up in Rome and welcomed us with a phone call on arrival and continued to keep in touch by phone and email. The house is just as pictured. It was clean and comfortably furnished. After touring around Umbria during the day, we were very happy to stop and pick up food for dinner at the supermarket in Ponte Rio and enjoy a fire in the fireplace at night. As we were there in winter, not all of the local restaurants were open, but those that were served delicious typical Umbrian cuisine at very reasonable prices. We had to pay for heating which is quite expensive, but by turning it off when we were not at the house, it cost no more than what we would have paid had we been home. We loved our month in Umbria and would not hesitate to recommend George's home. It was perfect.
If you are planning a trip to Umbria and you want to feel a part of an historical hilltop town then you could not pick a better place than Todi, nor a better in town home than George's medieval house. We have just returned from five weeks that went by way to fast....like past guests we spent time touring the neighboring towns and countryside and Todi is perfectly situated for day trips to any place in Umbria. We also took the train from Orvieto into Rome a couple of times and we entertained a steady flow of guests throughout our stay. But the best parts of our stay revolved around time spent with friends enjoying lunch on the terrace, views of the beautiful countryside from almost every room in the house, the steep walks up to the main plaza which made our pasta dinners (think we tried almost every restaurant in town and some more than once) almost guiltless, a spritz at the Grand Café, shopping each day at the local stores and exploring the town.
George was very attentive to our needs and his suggestions prior to our arrival were so valuable. His best advice was to rent a car from Agostini Motors in Todi and arrange to have Stefano pick us up at the Rome airport and boy was he right. We arrived in Todi after dark and in the middle of a storm and without Stefano as our guide we would have been lost. The next day the sun was out, Stefano delivered our rental car and we spent the next few weeks managing to drive in the hilltop towns very narrow streets without any incidents!
It was a great vacation and we would definitely recommend the town, the house and Stefano! We hope to return....
George was a wonderful person to deal with; friendly, generous, informative and accmodating. The house waseven more amazing than the online photos. We had all our meals on the terrace with its stunning view of the Umbrian hills. We discovered many new things about Todi, a favorite town, and made several easy day-trips to Assissi, Siena, Orvieto, and Spoleto. The cooking lesson and dinner which George told us about and we arranged through Stefania was a highlight of our visit. We all participated in making the pasta and the antipasto. If you are thinking about a visit to thjis part of Italy, look no farther for the place you want to stay in; this is definitely it!
Todi ist gleich weit entfernt (30 min. Laufwerke) von Assisi, Gubbio, Perugia, Spello, Spoleto, Orvieto, Montefalco, Bevagna und Foligno, alle schönen Städte wert Tagesausflüge. Eine zweistündige Fahrt von Florenz und 90 min. Fahrt von Rom.
Sonstige Aktivitäten: Ballonfahrten, Tierbeobachtung
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15 Nov 2016 - 15 Mär 2017
5 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 5 Nächte
5 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 5 Nächte
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* $1000-$2000 / wk
* 1-2 people .. $1000-$1600/week
3-4 people .. $1400-$1900/week
5-7 people .. $1600-$2000/week
These prices are negotiable depending on the length of the stay.
* A $ 500 security/holding fee is required when reserving for short stays $950 for multi-weeks. This is returned to you within 7 days of your departure minus the utilities and clean up fee (€ 100).