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Award winning Villa & Pool superb views 1km to NatPark Sarnano bars shops & food - Grazia

Overview

Property

Updated: 07-Nov-2016
Stylish apartments for 2-8, Big Pool 1km To Natpark & Buzzing Medieval Village

The wonderful converted farmhouse & attached barn of Villa San Raffaello has been restored to an exceptional level, retaining the best of the original architecture. It has absolutely stunning 360' views of the buzzing medieval Sarnano (named 'one of Italy's most beautiful villages) and the awesome Sibillini Mountains and National Park

We pride ourselves on our reputation on review sites that we have consistently achieved 5star level since 2007. Check out the review sites and you will see comments about the villa, its gardens, the pool, our customer service, how bustling the local town Sarnano really is and the wide variety of things to do and places to visit nearby.

The interiors combine historic features with modern kitchens and bathrooms, we have 6 alfresco eating areas, a working vineyard (free wine supplied), organic herb and veg garden (pick your own for free), a loggia and shady indoor garden. There is also a climbing frame, slide and swings, Wifi,board games, DVD, music & book library. The kitchens are really well equipped with good knives and utensils to make with a home from home, all include ovens, hobs, fridge freezer and dishwasher and there's a communal washing machine.

We are only 1km from over Sarnano with its 20 superb restaurants, great delicatessens, numerous coffee bars and 3 late music bars, mini golf, childrens park, football pitches, tennis courts, indoor swimming pool, gym, and the spa that offers treatments.

You can hike or bike from the villa into the national park and there are fantastic gorges, rivers, lakes, mountain pastures with wild flowers, animals and birds.

The two floors of the house and barn have exposed wooden lintels and beams, old cotto tiles and numerous arches, some rooms have exposed stonework and others command great all round views of the dramatic appenine mountains, the medieval town of Sarnano and the glorious countryside that surrounds our Le Marche Villa.

The villa has extensive gardens, with ample outdoor furniture, there are various areas designed for your free time and relaxation, all of them have amazing views of either the countryside or medieval Sarnano and the spectacular Sibillini mountains.

You can choose between the 14m pool and the 100sq.m. sun deck, the surrounding gardens, the covered loggia with its restored pizza oven, the large balcony, the 2 pergolas, or, the indoor cortile. There is an organic fruit, vegetable and herb garden, the abundant produce is provided free to guests as is a bottle of our home-produced wine.

We can rent you really high spec mountain or road bikes, we have badminton and tennis racquets are available. A cot and high chairs are available and a baby-sitting service can be arranged. For winter lets all apartments have gas central heating and wood burning facilities which are charged separately.

We provide visitors with comprehensive information on the local area and the things on offer and encourage all guests to shop locally and buy direct when possible and to use local restaurants bars and services, we provide many recommendations to help guest get the most from their vacations and local businesses to flourish.

We have written over 100 web pages of information on the Le Marche area which includes itineraries, info on where to go and what to do, see, eat, try and we try to ensure that guests experience local food, arts, crafts and customs on vacation and use local services to make the local community more self sufficient.

Location

The bustling spa town of Sarnano is 1km and has been awarded the 'Bandiera Arancione' and also been named 'one of Italy's most beautiful villages'. Sarnano has great architecture, restaurants, food & wine shops, bars & year round tourism thanks to its proximity to the Sibillini National Park; which is great for hiking and biking and is home to Italy's most picturesque gorges.

There are also many fantastic historic towns, art galleries, theatres and museums, Roman excavations, and wonderful rivers, lakes and beaches nearby.

Special interest

Walking and hiking holidays - Informative itineraries are provided for circular hikes from the villa and nearby in the Sibillini Mountains National Park. There is a wide range of durations and degrees of difficulty and most will include absolutely stunning views and amazing butterflies, flowers, animals and bird life. Past guests have seen golden eagles, buzzards, kestrels and falcons, wild boar, porcupine, deer.

It’s possible to take an incredible tandem parascending trip in the mountains 10 mins from the villa.

We can arrange art holidays, guided trekking, mountain biking, quad biking, Roman archaeology days and many guests come for foodie or wine holidays, ornithology or botany and wild flower spotting. There are also great lakes and the coastline for swimming, many museums and a vast array of fascinating medieval towns nearby.

The Adriatic Coast of Le Marche is 45 mins away and consists of a long stretch of beautiful, clean, safe beaches. Within easy reach are seaside resorts with sandy or pebbly beaches, private or free beaches, pine clad hills rolling down to secluded coves, wonderful seafront restaurants and bars, markets, designer outlets, sophisticated shopping and buzzing night-life. Oh and some delicious gelati!

If you are prepared to take some time out from relaxing around the villa or days on Le Marche's beaches, then the wonderful Le Marche landscape provides visitors to this incredible part of Italy with the perfect backdrop to a variety of cultural tours, or, outdoor activity and adventure.

If you prefer a vacation touring the history and culture of the local area or visiting a place of pilgrimage, we provide guests with an overview of the best museums, sightseeing and itineraries and tours for your visit to Le Marche. We can also arrange for you to volunteer to dig and excavate the impressive Roman Ruins at Urbisaglia on your holiday.

For those looking for a bustling place to pick up fresh local produce or wanting to haggle for that bargain antique then don't miss our markets page. If you want to go upmarket, then our directory and map of designer outlets helps guests source cut-price Italian chic on your Le Marche vacation. If you fancy making a bigger purchase and dream of returning to Le Marche on a regular basis, then maybe you fancy buying a house in Le Marche.

Outdoor & sporty things to do in Le Marche

For active guests, looking for things to do in Le Marche, we have our sports page and for the more adventurous extreme sports. Alternatively, if you fancy other activity in the local Marche Sibillini mountains then we can offer walking and hiking holidays together with local facilities and itineraries for horse riders and cyclists.

Festas & things to do in Le Marche at night

Better still, if you have relaxed sufficiently during the day and are still looking for what to do in Le Marche, you should be in fine fettle for a night out at a fiesta or other outdoor event. In this part of Marche these occur almost every night during the height of the summer and normally involve al-fresco eating, drinking and dancing.

Travel

We are situated between Pescara, Perugi and Ancona (1.25 hours) airports, both of which are serviced daily by Ryanair flights

It is also worth considering flying to Rimini (2 hours 15 mins), Bologna-Forli (2.5 hours), Rome (2 hours 45 mins) or Bologna (3 hours) as British Airways and Easyjet and a couple of other smaller airlines provide low cost flights to these destinat

More Details

Details for holiday apartment Grazia, 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8, 2 Bathrooms

This spacious apartment commands great all round views of the dramatic appenine mountains, the medieval town of Sarnano and the glorious countryside that surrounds our Le MarcheVilla. The high ceilings have been carefully restored and exposed to reveal old beams and cotto tiles that maintain the historic feel of the property.

This self catering apartment has three large bedrooms; a double with en-suite bathroom and two twins plus a spacious family bathroom with a shower.

The open plan living area is light and airy and consists of an open plan lounge with a high quality sofa bed and a dining area together with a well-equipped kitchen with an oven, hob, fridge freezer and a dishwasher.

The lounge has a movie & music player and high speed internet connection. We also provide free organic fruit and veg in the garden, music, film, book libraries and more.

5 alfresco dining areas in the garden allow you to relax whilst gazing at the magical Sibillini mountains & medieval Sarnano.

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Barbecue
  • Internet
  • Dish washer
  • Washing machine
  • Towels provided
  • Linens provided
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Bookable online

Top Traveller Review

About the Owner

We are a family from Southern England who moved to Italy with our 2 kids in 2004. Maybe it was the Italian family roots years ago that fuelled our love of Italy but we arrived in Italy in need of a challenge and a desire for a caring community in which to raise of children. We are all lovers of music, (Damien loves his football), interesting architecture and design, outdoor life and a sustainable lifestyle this is all reflected in the Villa, the gardens and the farmland, where we steadfastly refuse to use chemicals (even if it means endless hours of Summer weeding).Whilst the children are at the local schools we are avid walkers and have travelled extensively through the region, exploring wine cantinas, fiestas, museums, towns etc. and we always.

The house was derelict for 20 years when we bought it and it took us 18 months to restore, we lived on site throughout and had to brave a harsh winter all living in the same room with a wood burning stove, a pit latrine outside, a very leaky old roof and biweekly visits to the swimming baths to shower off brick dust. The children survived the embarrassment of a school bus picking them up from the unloved villa & eventually became proud of the restored home.

We now devote a great deal of time to exploring the tracks and trails of the Sibillini National Park and the local foothills, we document itineraries and provide these free to guests. Wherever we travel in Le Marche we are continually trying to uncover local gems, whether these be wine cantinas that offer free tastings, designer fashion outlets, restaurants serving sumptuous food, historical architecture, organised outdoor activities and tours, festas, music, theatre, dance and arts. Being foodies with a love of cooking, we have acquired a great deal of knowledge on where to buy the best ingredients locally, from speciality breads and great wines, to locally reared meats. All our local knowledge is distilled into a booklet for guests.

Speaks English, Italian
Damien Conrad
Via Case Rosse 278, Sarnano
62028 Macerata Marche Italy
PIVA, 01607330436
Damien Conrad Villa San Raffaello Casa e apartamenti in affito Via Case Rosse 278 Sarnano Macerata 62028 Marche
VAT Reg No 01607330436

16 Reviews

4.8
based on 16 holidaymaker reviews

5

Great Accommodation in Le Marche

  • 5 of 5

We spent a lovely 10 nights in Villa Raffaello in mid-September this year. It’s a beautiful area with mountains to climb, ancient towns and villages to wander around and lots of excellent restaurants to enjoy fantastic food. Damien was a mine of information and gave us lots of tips about where to visit and things to do. He could get a job as the local historian! Eating out in the area is exceptional value for money, for example a litre of very nice local wine costs about 6 euros in most restaurants!

We stayed in Villa Grazia and friends stayed in Villa Elisa. Both are very comfortable and well equipped with everything you could need. The pool is lovely where there are plenty of sunbeds and there are also hammocks dotted around the gardens. Our only slight disappointment was that Grazia didn’t have a balcony although there were tables in the garden where you could eat and drink. Luckily Elisa had a balcony so we mainly used this.

Overall, we would highly recommend Villa Raffaello for anyone who wants to enjoy Italy away from the tourist hustle and bustle. It would be hard to have a better base.

  • Review Submitted: Nov 11, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
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As good as we had hoped

  • 5 of 5

Our recent holiday at the Villa SanRaffaello was every bit as good as we had hoped. Looking at the website sold it to me. A hammock, in a vineyard with a pile of books and a beautiful view and when we arrived we found that it is just like that and more. Booking was easy and Damien answered my questions and kindly booked a restaurant for the first night.

The apartment was very comfortable and it had the best stocked kitchen I have ever seen in a self catering apartment. There were herbs, spices, olive oil and also a litre of white wine in the fridge and a loaf of bread on the table on arrival. The apartment was clean and comfortable. Sharon and Damien were always around to answer questions and advise on trips out. Our three children loved the pool and soon started a Risk game which lasted nearly a week. There were books and DVDs to borrow on the odd stormy afternoon.

Sarnano is stunning. Great supermarkets and food shops. We thought we would eat out more than we did but we chose to work our way through one of the River Cafe cookbooks in the apartment. Plenty going on in town or you can just sit in the square and people watch. The villa is a good mile from the town so if you plan on walking back at night torches are advisable.

  • Review Submitted: Oct 15, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
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Stunning views and fabulous character

  • 4 of 5

Absolutely beautiful place with a large pool and amazing views of the mountains and town of Sarnano. We loved the local area and trying different restaurants. Everyone was very friendly even though we speak very little Italian. The villa is comfortable and we had a lovely balcony where we could eat whatever the weather. The owners had lots of really useful information about restaurants, places to visit and other things to do.

  • Review Submitted: Oct 14, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
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5

Sarnano Italy / Excellent Stay In Stunning Locatio

  • 5 of 5

Our family (2 adults, 2 children) stayed at Villa San Raffaello, Sarnano, Italy, for 2 weeks in June 2015. We absolutely loved our stay at the Villa and in Sarnano. We generally do not write reviews of vacations, but this one was different so here goes:

The accommodation is precisely as described in the website for the property, and there is plenty to do in Sarnano and the immediate area for children (2 and 5). This is all described in the website so we won’t repeat it here. For those considering a mid to late September 2015 vacation in Italy, Damien and Sharon (the hosts) expect an abundant and tasty wine harvest (300 liters or so of quality wine), so it is destination to be seriously considered!

The best part of our stay, which is really not obvious from the website and reviews is that Damien acts as a de facto personal tour guide. He has produced a detailed and extensive booklet of different things going on the area, and constantly brings new ideas to guests—all of which contributes to a rewarding experience.

As we said in the title, we only have great things to say and strongly recommend Sarnano and Villa San Raffaello to anyone who wants to experience Italian culture in a pure form and not the pre-packaged, highly produced experience one might experience in other more “touristy” areas of Italy—Sarnano is the real deal, much to its credit.

  • Review Submitted: Jul 7, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks for a great Review Patrick .. good to have such glowing words from US guests
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5

Villa San Raffaello achieved our expectations.

  • 5 of 5

Villa San Raffaello achieved our expectations. The welcome was warm, the accommodation was spacious, the pool was maintained to a high standard and our hosts were most helpful. We found good rambling on tracks and quiet roads around Sarnano, as well as more adventurous outings into the Sibillini mountains.

  • Review Submitted: Jun 3, 2015
  • Date of Stay: May 2015
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks David and Joan, pleased that you expected and experienced 5star accommodation and that you managed to hike every day and thoughly explore the Sarnano area and the Sibillini National Park
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3rd time round : still perfect

  • 5 of 5

This was our third stay at the villa and once again we enjoyed every minute of it : Damien and Sharon are the perfect hosts.The views from the villa are stunning. The pool is wonderful and well maintained. The apartments are spacy and have everything you need and more. Sarnano is a most charming little town. What need we say more : we went back twice, that says it all.

  • Review Submitted: Mar 5, 2014
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks Luc & Lieve, it was a pleasure having you to stay again and kind of you to take time to review us and say such nice things about the Villa and Sarnano
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Location

From the Owner

We spent over 3 years and viewed over 100 properties in Tuscany, Umbria and Marche before deciding on Villa San Raffaello. We felt that whilst there are many wonderful areas and views in Central Italy and in Le Marche, the house has the most amazing views of Sarnano and the Sibillini Mountains. Being keen lovers of the outdoors and of Italian culture we felt that Sarnano offered our visitors more than any of the other area because of its status as a Terme or Spa resort, the ski resort, the national park and its extreme sports, hiking and cycling opportunities- because of this Sarnano has an unusual buzz all year despite its medieval roots, consequently there are many ristorante, bars and Summer Festas. Its also a great location for accessing the many other beautiful surrounding towns. The big old farmhouse; whilst unloved and derelict when we bought it, had a number of interesting architectural features and many more were uncovered during the restoration. Being lovers of art and alternative culture it was a joy to bring the 34 rooms of the property back to life and to restore the key artistic elements. We had a great deal of fun planning the new layout of the interiors and hunting for artworks and antiques to furnish the accommodation. The landscaping of the gardens was a dilemma as the property’s jaw-dropping views mean that less is more. We have added the large pool with an 80m2 sun deck to the brow of the hill, the land that rolls down away from the villa and the pool has been used for a vineyard and extensive vegetable garden for guests use and there are 6 other shady alfresco eating areas that all seat 6 or more. A central feature of the property is the Cortile or indoor courtyard garden, this had been the cow stall and hay barn above, during the restoration the roof was removed to create a cool indoor space for guests with a balcony above for budding Romeos and Juliets.

Activity and Interests

Nearest Airport : ancona at 80 Kilometres Nearest Barpub : Sarnano at 0.5 Kilometres Nearest Ferry : Ancona at 70 Kilometres Nearest Golf : Conero at 70 Kilometres Nearest Train : Tolentino at 20 Kilometres Nearest Motorway : Belforte Del Chienti at 15 Kilometres Nearest Restaurant : Sarnano at 0.5 Kilometres Nearest Ski : Sassotetto at 15 Kilometres Nearest Beach : Civitanova Marche at 60 Kilometres Car: recommended

The bustling Spa town of Sarnano is 1km and has been named 'one of Italy's most beautiful villages'. Sarnano has great architecture, 20+ restaurants, food & wine shops, bars & year round tourism thanks to its proximity to the Sibillini National Park; which is great for hiking and biking and is home to 2 of Italy’s most picturesque gorges. There are also many fantastic historic towns, art galleries, theatres and museums, Roman excavations, and wonderful rivers, lakes and beaches nearby.

Walking and hiking holidays - Informative itineraries are provided for circular hikes from the villa and nearby in the Sibillini Mountains National Park. All include absolutely stunning views and amazing butterflies, flowers, animals and bird life. Past guests have seen golden eagles, buzzards, kestrels and falcons, wild boar, porcupine, deer. It’s possible to take an incredible tandem ascending trip in the mountains 10 mins from the villa.

We can arrange art holidays, guided trekking, mountain biking, quad biking, Roman archaeology days and many guests come for foodie or wine holidays, ornithology or botany and wild flower spotting. There are also great lakes and the coastline for swimming, many museums and a vast array of fascinating medieval towns nearby.

The Adriatic Coast of Le Marche is 45 mins away and consists of a long stretch of beautiful, clean, safe beaches. Within easy reach are seaside resorts with sandy or pebbly beaches, private or free beaches, pine clad hills rolling down to secluded coves, wonderful seafront restaurants and bars, markets, designer outlets, sophisticated shopping and buzzing night-life. Oh and some delicious gelatin!

The dramatic landscape, with a highest peak of 2500metres, flower filled plateaux and the rolling hills below, offers an ideal location for walking, cycling, photography, drawing and painting. The Sibillini National Park has organised tours and treks throughout the spring, summer and autumn months and have numerous predefined itineraries available

•Abbadia di Fiastra-(20mins-take the SS78 towards Macerata) A Cistercian monastery founded in 1142, the building material was taken from the near Roman city “Urbs Salvia” whose farmland stretched 30km to the coast in medieval times. Today the surrounding parkland is still cultivated by the monks and wines and other produce is on sale to the public, there are two very good well priced restaurants, and the monastery, an archaeological museum and beautiful nature reserve is open to the public.

•Urbisaglia (20mins-take the SS78 towards Macerata)- adjacent to abbadia di Fiastra, this impressive Roman site provides free tours of its frescoes, theatre and amphitheatre, which was water filled and where slaves fought on boats (shall I be cut to ribbons or drowned)-

•Ascoli Piceno (40mins)- The city is dominated by numerous medieval towers and the Piazza del Popolo which is tiled with travertine and undoubtedly one of the most elegant squares of Italy. An amazing array of Gothic architecture, great riverside walks, shopping and art galleries, plus some wonderful bars to sample the local Piceni wines.

•Caldarola (15 mins) is dominated by the Pallotta castle, started in the 9th Century and transformed in the 16th by the Pallotta family, who still own the castle and now open it to the public, there are also 3 other castles in the surrounding countryside •Camerino (30mins) - This panoramic university hill town has a history that goes back to Neolithic times. It has remained unchanged since its Renaissance heyday, when the local Da Varanno family governed much of surrounding Le Marche. Imposing churches, palaces and art plus lovely gardens, outdoor cafes and some great shops.

•Amandola (15 mins)- This touring centre for the national park has a wonderful Gothic piazza, sit in one of the bars there and watch the world go by, or try getting up and sampling the museum of rural history.

•Macerata (30mins)- Has a number of central piazzas with stunning architecture, a beautiful theatre, Duomo, art gallery and museums of carriages and the unification of Italy/ wartime resistance. There are also a variety of tempting shops and some lovely bars and ristorante.

•Tolentino(20mins)- This vibrant medieval city is home to the shrine of St Nicola, and some amazing architecture including an ancient Roman bridge and a bizarre clock tower in the main square and the nearby 12thC Castello della Rancia.

Hells Gorge & the Hermit

Visit a real live hermit in one of Italy’s most stunning Gorges, he’s really friendly despite living alone and constructing an amazing church for the last 35 years. Frasassi (90mins). This awesome network of underground limestone caves is the largest in Europe and a must see for any visitor.

Lake Fiastra (20 mins) Lovely lake set in the heart of the mountains. Theres a beach, you can hire boats and quad bikes, there a couple of little trattorie and a bar.

Prices and Availability

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Spring 2017
25 Mar 2017 - 19 May 2017
2 night minimum stay
£234
for 2 nights
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£117
£733
£2,093
 
 
Spring-Summer 2017
20 May 2017 - 30 Jun 2017
3 night minimum stay
£452
for 3 nights
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£151
£1,004
£2,930
 
 
Summer 2017
1 Jul 2017 - 1 Sep 2017
7 night minimum stay
£1,171
for 7 nights
£1,171
£5,023
 
 
Late Summer 2017
2 Sep 2017 - 29 Sep 2017
3 night minimum stay
£427
for 3 nights
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£142
£1,004
£3,349
 
 
Autumn 2017
30 Sep 2017 - 28 Oct 2017
2 night minimum stay
£251
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£126
£753
£2,930
 
 
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2 night minimum stay
£209
for 2 nights
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£105
£733
 

Additional pricing information

Fees No additional mandatory fees
Refundable Damage Deposit £167

Changeover day is negotiable outside the high season, when it is always a Saturday.
Terms & Conditions

1. Booking

Please contact us to confirm availability. Once availability is established to confirm your booking a deposit of 30% of the total price is payable within 5 days (50% within 8 weeks of booking). On receipt of the deposit we will send you booking confirmation which establishes our contract with you. We ask you fully check this confirmation, on receipt, as it is your responsibility to advise us of any inaccuracies. Making a booking is considered to be an acceptance of the Terms and Conditions.

2. Payment
To confirm a booking, as stated above, a deposit of 30% of the total price is payable. The balance must then be paid a minimum of 8 weeks prior to arrival. A cancellation within the 16 weeks of the arrival date will lead to a loss of the deposit, a cancellation within 8 weeks of the arrival date will regrettably result in the loss of the whole amount paid.

3. Cancellation by you
Cancellation will only be accepted in writing either by e-mail or regular post

4. Deposit
Upon arrival a deposit of €200 must be paid to the owner or keyholder of the property which is repayable (less any deductions for breakage and central heating) on the day of departure following a full inventory check of the apartment.

5. Damage or injury
We do not accept liability for damage to person or property.

6. Care of property
You are responsible that the holiday villa is left in the same state of cleanliness and repair as found on arrival. Any loss or damage to the property or fixtures and fittings caused by you will be deducted from the deposit.

7. Price
Our prices include the cost of electricity, water,cooking and washing gas, linen and towels. Heating is not included.

8. Arrival & departure times
The earliest arrival time is 4.00pm and we also ask that you leave the house by 10.00am on your departure date to enable cleaning and preparation for the next guests.

Owner's Cancellation Policy

  • 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
  • 100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.
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Facilities

From the Owner

The views from Villa San Raffaello are absolutely incredible, access is via a tarmac road (not a white road that aids oil sump removal) and we are a stones throw or 10 min walk into Sarnano, one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. But Sarnano is not your usual sleepy medieval Borgo, it is a famous Spa town with a nearby ski resort and has over 20 ristorante, many bars, great delicatessans, 8 butchers, an enormous weekly market, 3 late music bars, crazy golf, football, tennis, basketball pitches and is home to a great array of cultural events throughout the year. The views beyond Sarnano extend to the Sibillini Mountains with 20 peaks over 2000m, the National Park actually starts 500m from the Villa and we have many itineraries to help you hike into and explore this wonderful landscape that is punctuated with a myriad of medieval villages. Sarnano is also extremely well placed for visits to mountain lakes, the coast, Roman excavations, caves, dramatic gorges, many museums, theatres and important medieval towns such as Tolentino, Macerata, Camerino, Ascoli Piceno, Fermo, Ancona. The Villa is also well served by 7 airports within 3 hours We put our hearts into the restoration & reused many original materials, everywhere we could we tried to add something quirky that would add interest. The landscaped gardens include pergolas, courtyards and outdoor eating areas. A vineyard has been planted and there are numerous hammocks hung amongst the vines for guests relaxation. Every year we plant a large herb and vegetable garden for guests to help themselves from, we also have hazel and walnut, fig, pear, apple, peach, plum and cherry trees. We also have wifi over 100 music Cds per apartment, a large DVD library and suggestions for tours of shopping outlets, tours of wine cantinas. We also provide a range of guided tours, organised days out and art and craft holidays.

Property Type

  • apartment

Theme

  • Away From It All
  • Historic

General

  • Baby Gate
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room
  • Parking
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine ...

Kitchen

  • Coffee Maker
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer ...
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Gourmet Kitchen
  • Ice Maker
  • Kitchen ...
  • Pantry Items
  • Refrigerator
  • Hob ...
  • Toaster

Dining

  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area

Entertainment

  • Books
  • DVD Player
  • Games
  • Music Library
  • Toys
  • Video Library

Pool / Spa

  • Private Pool ...

Suitability

  • Events Allowed
  • Groups
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • Singles
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only

Location Type

  • mountain
  • rural
  • village

Attractions

  • autumn foliage
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • live theatre
  • museums
  • playground
  • recreation centre
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • waterfalls
  • winery tours

Leisure Activities

  • beachcombing
  • bird watching
  • eco tourism
  • horse riding
  • outlet shopping
  • paddle boating
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • sledding
  • walking

Local Services & Businesses

  • ATM/bank
  • fitness centre
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundrette - serviced
  • massage therapist
  • medical services

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • cycling
  • fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • hiking
  • ice skating
  • mountain biking
  • mountain climbing
  • mountaineering
  • paragliding
  • ski lift pass
  • ski
  • swimming
  • tennis

Floor Area

  • 80 m²

Bathrooms

  • Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Shower Enclosure, Bidet
  • Double ensuite - Toilet, Shower Enclosure
  • Both showers are very high powered

Bedrooms

  • 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
  • Grazia Twin 1 - 2 Single Bed
  • Grazia Twin 2 - 2 Single Bed
  • Grazia Double - 1 Large Double Bed
  • Lounge - 1 Sofa bed/Futon
  • All bedrooms have great views, stylish antique and modern furniture and amazing old restored beamed ceilings with exposed cotto tiles.

Outside

  • Bicycles ...
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Barbecue
  • Veranda
  • 30 garden chairs
  • 12 deck chairs

Meals

  • Self-catering

Notes:

  • There is ample space for relaxing in the Villa's gardens and several spots dedicated to alfresco eating to ensure that each apartment has an area of their own in which to relax and enjoy the Marche views. The gardens have been landscaped and numerous trees have been planted to create interest, provide shade and to reduce carbon emissions. The organic vegetable and herb gardens provide guests with a daily supply of tasty treats at no extra cost. past crops included bay, marjoram, peppermint, lavender, rosemary, basil, wild mint, fennel and sage, pears, plums, figs and cherries. Also walnuts and hazelnuts, lettuces, rocket, tomatoes, aubergine, chillis, courgettes, squashes, broad beans, peas, potatoes, carrot, onion, garlic, squash, melon, cabbage, chick-peas, cauliflower, chard and chicoria. We also have a newly planted vineyard and there is a communal pizza oven and a BBQ available for guests.

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