maandag 28 april 2014

Best Le Marche Accommodation: Villa Tombolina, Montemaggiore al Metauro

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Midway between the sea and the hinterland, surrounded by breathtaking countryside: this is the setting for Villa Tombolina, a picturesque relais with refined rooms and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

The villa has a panoramic view of the entire Metauro Valley and the spectacular Gola del Furlo (Furlo Canyon).

Villa Tombolina is the perfect spot for spending a couple of relaxing days, for celebrating an important date or just to enjoy nature in an unforgettable setting.

In an alternation of historic and modern elements, the villa brings together refined architecture and the most comfortable accoutrements.

On the ground floor, in addition to the large kitchen, there is also a spacious dining room with living room and fireplace, a striking wine cellar and a hall that can host up to 100 people for meetings and congresses.

From the upper floor, four suites look onto the hall below; two of them have large, panoramic terraces.

The main suite, with a pink Portuguese marble tiled bathroom and a Jacuzzi tub, provides a warm and intimate atmosphere.

This unique,completely renovated accommodation structure is situated on a green lawn adorned by trees and flowers with plenty of space for enjoying the peace of the outdoors while relaxing on a lounge chair or strolling down the lane just enjoying nature. Enjoy your breakfast either outdoors on the patio or inside in the quaint and rustic dining room. The Country house, hosts nine exquisitely charming rooms; on the ground floor find two double rooms each with private bathroom and LED TV with a fully equipped kitchen that opens up onto the lawn in front of one of the two swimming pools. Reserve each room separately or you can book the entire accommodation altogether as a private apartment. On the upper floor there are 7 double rooms with bathroom and TV and a breathtaking panoramic view of the colorful rolling hills of the Marche heartland. […]

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