The Stable, is a big loft where my family created his Buon Ritiro. Authentic and confortable is the best place for discover the wonderful Umbria.
Le Stalle (The old cowshed of l'Osteriaccia)
N. 4 bedrooms
10 km from Perugia (10/12 minutes)
This listing is for those who love the real country life. quiet, good food, drink and travel in the name of better and not typical of mass tourism. Perfect during Umbria Jazz!
The Old cowshed today is a beautiful open space on the ground floor of The Osteriaccia, farmhouse in 1200 at the foot of the Natural Park of Monte Tezio (trekking!). The rooms, which have been kept in a real restoration are large and spacious, bright and comfortable. In summer the location and the presence of old trees around the possibility of using a natural air-conditioning. The large kitchen is characterized by beautiful objects that evoke the country life has the ability to accommodate up to 10 people. The lounge is ideal for relaxing and reading. The mangers here for more than a century, are the framework for the walls in stone and a beautiful arch supporting virtually dividing the large room. The bedroom is the perfect combination of comfort and antique furnishings: a beautiful cabinet that housed the 800 robes also fascinated by the size of the drawers. A glass wall separates it from the living room. In the morning waking up to a period of 1400, was the old entrance to the stables.
We can not say a few words about the bathroom. Design that features the home and in particular the perfect harmony that is created between the modern and the uniqueness of the house with its eight hundred years of history are conducted more than ever right here. The farmhouse, around 1200 was originally an old coaching inn, also designed to accommodate travelers who stopped here to refresh. The oven (sight) of the bread is now home to the hall bath with cast iron. One is the experience of relaxation surrounded by ivy and ancient walls.
From 250mt there is a very very practise bus arrive in Perugia in 15 minutes.
Since 1200 the stables had an important place in the house. Initially housed cows and bulls also (email hidden) for travelers (Osteriaccia remember is the name that was given to him because here he paused for a certain period of time a robber who created many problems in the nearby countryside). The terracotta tiled floor, original is on a slight slope to allow the animals to pee off and move towards the sewers. One part is flat, slightly raised to help the bull mounts the cow. The troughs where the animals were watered, these original, still water damage. Later becoming Osteriaccia, there was no need for a large bread oven. And what was once a small steep Stalletta with bow for the rest of the animals became space for the oven, which is still active. The work that has been done here is "only" to make a unique and perfectly livable as true as what you'll see. No change that could bring a revolution in the spaces or disfigurement of the old.
Respect. If you go out turn off the light, for exemple, as at your home...