COTTAGE NEL MONTEFELTROSuggestivo cottage ad uso esclusivo, in completo isolamento, arredato, dotato di elettrodomestici e di ogni comfort, compreso un tradizionale forno a legna in veranda. Grande parco circostante esclusivo e recintato, con giardino, orto sinergico, frutteto e bosco ove si raccolgono frutti, funghi e tartufi. Dal mese di ottobre il cottage ha caratteristiche di soggiorno autunnale con i suoi paesaggi tersi ed aria frizzante. Da dicembre a febbraio neve con ogni sua declinazione.
Room in the appennini mountainIn the forests of the Tuscan/Marche Appenines, deep in the heart of Italy, and just 8 km from the birthplace of Piero della Francesca was born the charming farmhouse 'Alla Battuta'. An 18th century building with much more ancient origins, it has been inhabited by the same family for generation after generation. Its charm is not only in the beautiful wild landscape typical of the Apennines,but in its strategic location that allows you to visit beautiful places rich in history, culture and art in central Italy. We are indeed at the crossroads between Tuscany, Umbria , Marche and Emilia Romagna. No less important are the riding school located a few kilometers from the house, the lakes for fishing, the river Tiber, and the many excellent Tuscan restaurants, renowned for their ability to prepare typical gastronomic specialties. For lovers of trekking there are CAI (Club Alpino Italiano) signed pathways, and a few kilometres away, the Great Apennine Excursion. In addition, La Montagna, the village in which 'Alla Battuta' is situated, is crossed by the Franciscan Way, an ancient pilgrim road running from Verna (AR) to Poggio Bustone (RI).
12th Century GuardhouseOn an isolated rise at the edge of a quiet mountain (650m) village in wild Eastern Tuscany this very old stone house has ample inside and outside spaces to enjoy the sounds of wind, water and birdsong. Perched above acres of semi-abandoned lands. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A VERY OLD RURAL PROPERTY SURROUNDED BY NATURE OF ALL KINDS. ANIMAL ALERT! See 'Other Things to note' on this page.