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Spacious CASA GIOIELLA on Umbria|Tuscany Border

Entire villa hosted by Debbie
10 guests4 bedrooms5 beds2.5 bathrooms
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Standing handsome and elegant on the highest point in the village (with the best views) you are surrounded by the warmth of real Italian country life. Elegant interiors and everything a traveller needs from white linen, kitchen pots, comfortable beds to wifi &TV. Short drive to the white beaches of Lake Trasimeno. Breathtaking 180 degree views from balconies on every floor. Private access

The space
Smack-bam in wine-land, from Villa Gioiella you can enjoy best of Tuscany, the best of Umbria, from your enchanting and comfortable three-story 18th century 'Casa Padronale.'
Experience breathtaking sunsets and 180 degree views of Montepulciano, Cortona and Chianciano Terme.
Villa Gioiella is spacious with four bedrooms, a kitchen dining and living rooms. An enchanting villa perfect for groups of friends and families. High ceilings, chestnut-beams and French-doors with balconies on every floor. Plenty of space for everyone to cook, play and relax together or take a bit of time out!
There is an amazing amount of light that pours in with breezes and views from the country outside.
The bedrooms have comfortable mattresses and are a combination of king and twin beds. Fresh white linen and towels are all provided.
The kitchen is fully equipped, with dishwashers, gas tops, oven, toaster, kettle, wine glasses and the villas own olive oil from the grove in the garden. There is Wifi throughout the villa and the two living room has a TV.
The large private garden has a gazebo, trampoline and BBQ for alfresco dining. The villa's own romantic olive grove supplies the fresh olive oil for your stay.
Just a short drive to all the adventures of Umbria and Tuscany and the white and beaches, bike rides and walks of Lake Trasimeno. The open plan sitting and dining rooms on the top floor and on the ground floor have fires and wood-burning stoves for spring and autumn evenings.
A welcome pack is provided on arrival and in the historic village of Gioiella you are a few steps from wine and coffee at Bar Ruota. Fresh bread and groceries at the local Conad shop.
The largest supermarket for a ‘big’ shop is in COOP in Castiglione del Lago - just 15mins drive
Surrounded by Medieval villages, beautiful hikes, bike riding.
Casa Gioiella is the more economical choice for smaller groups that do not need the top apartment. The 4 bedroom casa will be all yours however and the apartment not rented at the same time.
*Maid service, concierge service, babysitting and a personal chef (for personalised group classes and or home cooking) are available on request.
There is a washing machine at property. Gazebo, BBQ, large private garden, large private olive grove, and patio
Alfresco dining on the balcony or under the gazebo
Other Amenities
Cots, high chair

SELF CATERING FAQ’S
Whether you are a self-catering aficionado, or you are new to holiday home rental and living like a local, there are always a few questions. No two places are the same obviously. Here are a few answers to questions about booking the villa and how it all works. For everything else please don’t hesitate to contact me!

Can I book a short break (less than a week) at Villa Gioiella Holiday Home
Yes, the minimum stay is three nights.

Can I book a long stay?
Yes – please enquire for great rates

What is the arrival time?
Arrival time is 3 p.m. onwards. Please enquire earlier check in may be possible.

How can I collect the key?
There is a key box for self-check-in. Code will be provided upon final payment of booking

What is the departure time?
Standard departure time is 10am. Please enquire – late check out may be possible.

Can I start my Holiday Homes booking on any day of the week?
Changeover day is completely flexible – just dependent on other bookings.

Is bed linen included within the price of my Holiday Home booking?
Beds at all properties are made up with duvets - all bed linen which is included in the price.

Are towels included in the price of my holiday?
Yes, we provide towels.

Is electricity included within the price of my Holiday Home booking?
Electricity is included within the total price. In autumn and spring, the first load of logs are supplied.

Does the property have access to Wi-Fi?
Yes free WiFi is provided throughout.

Does the property provide a cot and/or highchair?
Yes both

Can I bring my pets?
In most cases it is OK to bring your pet. Please enquire

How far is your apartment from the nearest train station or bus stop?
The bus stop is across the road – but I would not rely on that to get around. You really need a car. The nearest train stations are 10-15 minutes drive either side of Gioiella in Castiglione del Lago (direction Florence) or Chiusi (direction Rome)

Are there shops nearby to buy essentials?
The closest shop is 2 minutes walk from the villa. You can purchase anything you need. Of course Bar Pub La Ruota is 1 minute away. For a bigger supermarket shop COOP and LIDL are in Castiglione del Lago as well as a number of smaller shops. For Italian clothes and designer outlets the closest one is Val di Chiana Outlet Village for lots of sport shops, mid-range fashion retail and Italian kitchenware. For high-end designer goods, The Mall near Florence is unbeatable.

What kind of beds do you have in your rooms and how many people the villa accommodate?
Three rooms have king beds – one room has an additional single bed. The 4th room has a double bed.

Can we have a party?

You are in the countryside so no need to worry too much about noise level. Please enquire for help with private chef, party catering, cleaning or wedding planning.

Do I have to clean Villa Gioiella Holiday Homes before I leave?
Please leave your holiday home clean and tidy at the end of your stay, which includes all equipment and utensils and please put out the rubbish into the appropriate recycling bin.

Do I have to separate rubbish
Yes please. Italy is very conscientious about separating plastics out and different bins are provided at the Villa.

What this place offers

Lake access
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable/satellite
Washing machine
Bath
Patio or balcony
Garden

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Where you’ll be

Castiglione del Lago, Umbria, Italy

LOCATION, LOCATION, VACATION.
Nestled in the sweet rolling hills of Italy’s green heart, on the border of Umbria & Tuscany, is the enchanting village of Gioiella. Depending on who you ask “Gioiella” means little gem- or little joy. Either way, it sums it up perfectly.
In the historic village of Gioiella, you are a few steps from wine and coffee at Bar Ruota. Fresh bread and groceries at the local Conad shop. The largest supermarket for a ‘big’ shop is in COOP in Castiglione del Lago - just 15mins drive
Smack-bam in the middle of the Tuscan wine-lands of Montepulciano, a pleasant drive from Florence and Rome, 15 minutes from Lake Trasimeno, surrounded by the Umbrian countryside, you have food, wine, history and art Medieval villages. Gorgeous hikes, bike riding. Montepulciano, Chiusi, Cortona, Pienza, and the hill top towns of Trasimano: Panicale, Paciano, Città della Pieve, Pozzuolo, Vaiano and Passignano are all around you
Rome, Florence, Siena and the Val d'Orcia are perfect daytrips. Or why not relax in the hot springs of Bango Vignolo or Bagni San Fillippo.
Vineyards, hilltop towns, natural hot springs, Etruscan remains, museums, art galleries, islands, restaurants, artisans, farmer’s and antique markets are all waiting to be explored.
WINE AND OLIVE OIL
The olive oil is from the garden
THE TERROIR OF TRASIMENO
The unique wines of Umbria are from three native grapes: the Trasimeno Gamay (or Gamay Perugino), the Grechetto and the Sangiovese.
The vines grow on the hills of Castiglione del Lago, from Panicale, Paciano, Città della Pieve, Pozzuolo, Vaiano to Agello.
Most vineyards have ‘vino sfuso’ which is Italian for wine-by-the-gallon’ ;-)
-Poggio Bertaio
On the drive to Castiglione del Lago you will see and unobtrusive sign. Do stop! Do knock! Do drink!!
- Madrevite
Nestled between two lakes, Lake Trasimeno and Lake Chiusi.
Apart from spectacular wine you can buy Fagiolina del Trasimeno - ancient Etruscans beans that nearly went extinct.
- Podere Marella
Organic Umbrian wine! Yay!
FOOD
There are undisputed delicacies of Umbria—extra virgin olive oil, truffles, porchetta (suckling pig), pici, salami, and prosciutto, cheeses, lentils, fish from Lake Trasimeno and much more

Hosted by Debbie

Joined in June 2013
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I am a writer and photographer. My motto in life is to "Live an ordinary life in an extraordinary way'. I would be delighted to give you any advice to plan your holiday and make your stay in this magical part of the world the best it can possibly be!
I am a writer and photographer. My motto in life is to "Live an ordinary life in an extraordinary way'. I would be delighted to give you any advice to plan your holiday and make yo…
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Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed
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