Set 34 km from Assisi and 45 km from Perugia, Villacolle offers pet-friendly accommodation in Fabriano. Guests benefit from patio, a barbecue, freeparking, a seating area, a kitchen as well as private bathrooms and 3 bedrooms.
6 roomsLiveable floor area : 120m²
Ground surface : 300m²
- View : Unobscured, country side, garden/park, farmland, prairie, nightlights
- Kids welcome
- Setting : Country setting, Calm
- River at 10km
- Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Pets friendly
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The House still retains its stone walls and original wooden floors of the time of construction, the late ' 800. It is completely independent, stands on two floors: the ground floor has a spacious richly equipped rustic kitchen, tiled and cast iron stove, living room with sofa bed, fireplace and bathroom. The first floor has a master bedroom with bathroom, one double room, one room with bunk beds, ideally created for children, a spacious bathroom with shower. All rooms are bright, comfortable and decorated in country style. The House is equipped with central heating. Features a large courtyard used as entrance-parking, a furnished veranda for relaxation and meals, a large garden completely enclosed and bordered by a thick hedge. The garden has a large box covered with two wooden dog kennels to accommodate even large dogs. For complete relaxation, the garden offers deckchairs, sunbeds, umbrellas and coffee table with wrought iron chairs.
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The country house is located in the village of Varano, in the municipality of Fabriano is a farmhouse typical of the place, nestled in a small valley at the foot of the hills of the Umbria-Marche Apennines, has been recently renovated in respect of the original materials in harmony with the natural environment. The House still retains its stone walls and original wooden floors of the time of construction, the late ' 800. '