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Torre nel castello da Peggy

3 huéspedes

1 habitación

3 camas

1 baño

3 huéspedes

1 habitación

3 camas

1 baño

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Caste of Morre,Terni.
Enjoy this paradise and your total relaxion in Todi countryside from inside the beautifully renovated charming apartment in the 15th century medioeval tower.


Personas adicionales: 20€ / noche más de 2 huéspedes
Gastos de limpieza: 50€
Depósito de seguridad: 150€


Caste of Morre,Terni.
Enjoy this paradise and your total relaxion in Todi countryside from inside the beautifully renovated charming apartment in the 15th century medioeval tower.

The 80 square meter apartment over two floors has one large bedroom with plenty of wardrobe space, and comes with a fully-equipped kitchen area. There in the living room with a stone fireplace, a large TV, and comfortable sofas and armchairs. As does not need it there are no ugly or noisy air conditioning units or radiators to be seen inside the apartment!

Accesso Ospiti
The house is perfectly situated to allow visiting the most genuine part of Umbria - Todi, Bevagna, Montefalco, Orvieto, Perugia, Assisi, Spoleto, Montecastello di Vibio, are all within 20-50 kms of the house and there are wonderful footpaths in the area for whoever would like to do hiking. There are convents and tiny medieval villages all around. The village has a tiny shop with essentials, just around the corner which is probably the best and most convenient way to get groceries.
The village is in the heart of wine and oil producing Umbria with many slow food restaurants and enoteche all around.
A car would be indispensable to get around Umbria is still an unspoilt part of italy and the villages are not well connected by public transport.
The airport in Perugia serves quite a few low cost companies which provide car rental facilities (the airport is 38km from the house)

Enjoy the convenience of being able to walk home from a nice lunch or dinner, and having fresh grocery and deli supplies one minute away.

THE AREA: Morre is 20 minutes from Todi, 30 minutes from Orvieto and within an hour of Assisi, Perugia, Spoleto and Deruta, all must-see Umbrian cities. Within 15 minutes of Morre are numerous hilltop villages nestled in the hills surrounding Todi. The family run restaurants in these villages should not be missed.

Morre is a small village, with ancient origins, it seems that its name derived from mulberry-trees, called “mori”, which flourished in the area, thanks to the farming of silkworms. It was originally a villa built above some previous Roman settlements between 1147 and 1149. It belonged to the Municipality of Todi and it had some Benedectine and Camaldolesi worship places. It is worth visiting the S. Andrea's church.
Historical Background
Situated at 165 metres above sea level, Baschi one of the largest towns in the province of Terni. A town with Etruscan origins, it has many monuments dating back to the Romans. Its name derives from the Latin word “vasculum”, whose root “vas” means vessel, basin. The term seem to be justified by the specific characteristics of the land, which has many depressions and basins along the Tevere River. Since the XI century Baschi has been characterised by adventurous events and stories; it was initially an indipendent village, it subsequently fell under the control of the newly created State of Italy, together with Orvieto and Todi.

Some years ago an Early Imperial Roman settlement was found around Scoppieto. It was characterised by the production of fine tableware pottery, made up of the so-called “sealed ground” mainly used for plates, coffee or tea cups, red bowls throughout the first century AD. It can be assumed that the Scoppieto factory was set up in the Augustan Age, given the coins and oil lamp that were discovered later on. In Roman times, like today, pottery factories used to sign their products. The name of the producer was written in the inner part of the palte, at the bottom. In Scoppieto many fragments were found which had been made by mainly two potter: Lucios Plot () Por() and Lucios Plo () Zosimus, who founded a factory here which operatede up until the years 70-80 AD. The two potters decided to open a factory in this area probably because there were many natural resources such as clay, wood and water, namely the three fundamental elements necessary to run a furnace. During excavation which started in September 1995 by the Ministero dei Beni Culturali e Ambientali (Ministry for Cultural and Environmental Heritage Conservation), eight rooms divided into two parallel parts were brought back to light, together with a furnace and a decanting tank, covering a surface of 1.500 frequentable square metres.

It is recommended to visit
which is still preserved in its original structure, is particularly evocative. It is called “I Buchi” (The Wholes), because of the small size of its houses and lanes. It's real ancient world very well preserved. The Church of Saint Niccolò, XVI century, which has been awarded the title of national monument, was made following the sober style of the architect Ippolito Scalza. Inside there is a valuable triptych of Giovanni by Paolo Senese, XV century; above the door there is a marvellous organ with 500 pipes dating back to 1700. In the historical centre there is the Municipal Palace within which you can visit the Antiquarium, a particularly interesting place, and the Marroca, which is a big stone head whose origin is unknown but is thought to date to the XVI century.

Southern Tuscany, including the wine towns of Montalcino and Montepulciano, are just over an hour away.

Normas de la casa
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 14:00
Salida antes de las 12:00

Please take care of the apartment, and keep it clean and tidy as if it was your own and leave it as it was upon your arrival!


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