The 'Casale MilleSoli' was completely renovated in 2008, retaining intact the characteristics of the site and the original materials . It is made up of a central body, and a smaller side structure, joined together by a small alley (called Vicolo del Bacio/alley of the kiss) of a medieval character.
The Bed & Breakfast is set up on two independent levels: the ground floor, of about 100 square metres, includes the reception area as well as a reading corner, dining room, a sitting area and a kitchen. Our guests reach the first floor via an internal staircase, where they can admire a well–lit corridor with exposed beams. This floor consists of three guest rooms. In the adjacent wood there are several paths for short or long walks to enjoy the countryside or relax in the magnificent three-hundred year old olive grove.
Guest Rooms The completely renovated rooms are decorated to reflect the natural elements | Fire | Air | Water. They offer maximum comfort, since our prime concern is to pamper our customers.
The renovated rooms offer comfort at its best, since our main goal is to pamper our customers the rooms are all well-ventilated and heated
Private bathroom in every suite
Bed linen and towels
Breakfast is included in the price:
espresso coffee | American coffee | coffee mocha | cappuccino | fruit juice | bread / croissants / cookies | tea / tisane | yoghurt | cereal | fresh fruit | honey | jam | nutella | cakes | local products | eggs | bacon| toast .
In case of intolerances and celiac disease we will prepare you a particular breakfast if you report this to us during the booking
Credit Cards Accepted : Visa Circuit .
Relax area outside set up with hammocks, deckchairs, carpets
Small library available to clients (books, guides, maps, itineraries, programs, cultural events, exhibitions and local events calendar)
Agreements with Restaurants / Pizzerias near by.
No time limit for night return.
||strada Mugnano Poggio Montorio 64, 06132 Perugia Italy
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This page was last updated: 31 October 2015