|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Bedrooms: Bedrooms 1, 3 and 4 with double bed and en-suite. Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en-suite. Bedroom 5 with twin beds. Bedroom 6 with single beds. Cottage with double bed and en-suite.
Bathrooms: En-suites 1, 2, 3 and 4 with shower, WC and bidet. Bathroom with bath/shower over and WC. Cottage en-suite bathroom with wet room shower and WC suitable for disabled. Ground floor WC.
Kitchen: An attractive, large, spacious, fully equipped, modern kitchen with central island unit with black granite top , big electric oven with rotisserie, gas hob with extractor, large fridge/freezer, dish washer, microwave, ample work surfaces and storage.
Living room: Ground floor open plan, with kitchen leading into spacious dining area for seating 14 which in turn leads into Sitting room with large attractive old brick fireplace enclosing wood burning stove, Comfortably furnished. Satellite TV and DVD player.
This beautiful traditional Italian Farmhouse, Casa delle Querce (The House of Oaks) is built of stone in a grove of mature oaks on a sloping hillside commanding views over the beautiful rural Le Marche countryside with a backdrop of the magnificent Sibillini Mountains. Originally a working farmhouse it has been sympathetically renovated to a high standard. There are 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms 4 en-suite, the 5th bathroom shared by the remaining 2 bedrooms. In addition there is a separate cottage with a small kitchen, bed-sitting room and bathroom suitable for the disabled. The pool with terrace has wonderful expansive views of the beautiful rural countryside and there are several terraced areas for outside living. Set in its own grounds of 1.5 hectares, the villa has a completely private location yet is within a few minutes of the local village and the spectacular Sibillini Mountains National Park is on the doorstep.
- we really liked the house and enjoyed our time there;.The house is beautiful and very comfortable, a lot of space. The house is close to everything, lots of things to do - from exploring nearby villages to going to the beach. Very beautiful surroundings.
'We had a fantastic holiday in this beautiful and friendly part of Italy. The villa is one of the best we have ever stayed in and the location is perfect nestling in a quiet valley with views of the mountains - spectacular and thoroughly recommended.'
We had a wonderful time at the villa, and loved the area around. Visited lots of places. We would really like to return sometime when we get a large group together again.
A deposit of £500 is required with booking. Balance due 6 weeks prior to occupancy.
Change over day is Saturday. Arrival time is after 4.30pm. Guests are asked to vacate by 10am on the day of departure.
A welcome pack of basic supplies will be present on arrival.
Notes on prices:
Prices are for the property per week in UK pounds.
From start to finish I have to say it was one of the most special and relaxing breaks I have ever been on. Fireflies. Porcupines. Wild flowers. Sunshine. Mountains. Culture. Food. Wine.... I could go on! My friends all felt the same and the only drawback is that we have to wait until next Spring to go!!!
Booked this villa on the recommendation of a friend who stayed for 2 weeks in the summer. My entire extended family of twelve arrived after hiring 3 cars in Ancona and a painless drive of just over an hour excluding multiple pit stops for provisioning.
When we arrived there was a roaring log fire in a wonderful woodburning stove, all the beds were made and the place was immaculate.From there on in
we just had the most exceptional week I can remember. The house was large enough that even in mid winter and an age span of very small children to my elderly parents there were endless places to retire to a cosy sofa and opt out of constsant Christmas festivities. What also set this villa apart from other properties we have rented was the close proximity to some of the most lovely walking country in Europe.The Sibillini Mountains are simply unique and I can only imagine what they must be like when the wild flowers are out in the spring. Thankyou so much. We will definitely be coming again - in the Spring!!