This villa in eastern Italy is a labor of love by a woman from New York, who stripped it down to its limestone-clad structure and appointed every room with meaning and purpose.
Dating back to the early XIX-century, the home underwent a few unfortunately renovations that sealed its bones in plaster. It has since been removed, exposing gorgeous original wood beams and handmade bricks on the first floor.
|Bed Type||Doubles beds in all three bedrooms|
|Pet Friendly||Pet friendly|
|Min. Stay||7 nights|
|Tax||No taxes (Rate includes tax)|
|Sec. Deposit Due||Deposit required at check-in with cash|
|Sec. Deposit Returned||Refund of deposit by owner at checkout|
The guest will receive a refund, less the BoutiqueHomes service fee, if the booking is canceled at least 60 days before the time of check-in. If the guest cancels 30-60 days before the start of the stay, they will receive a 50% refund. If they cancel within 30 days of the start of the stay, no refund will be given.
BoutiqueHomes Service Fee is non-refundable.
Guests have access to the full property, except the stone annex located in the garden, which is used as storage for garden equipment and tools and the storage rooms accessible from the attic bedroom, where winter equipment is stored. Open fires are strictly forbidden, and the government is extremely active in enforcing that law to prevent the risk of wildfires. The fireplace is not for guest use, sorry, but the risk of the waxed wood floor catching fire is too high. All the windows must be closed when leaving the house, or can be left open in the "vasistas mode" which prevents them from banging (each room has at least one). They are solid oak, very heavy, and with air currents they easily bang and break.