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In Tuscania, a splendid village of Etruscan origin in the Maremma area of Viterbo, I make available for a romantic couple who want to live sweetest emotions in a loft ante litteram.
140 mq consisting of large lounge with billiards, big medieval fireplace, rich library, period furniture, tv. Large kitchen, comfortable and elegant bathroom with large shower, cellar and ..... Etruscan underground cave.
The place is very special and should be lived with passion.
Around the beautiful medieval churches and interesting Etruscan and Roman ruins.
You can reach the sea in 30 minutes, and 15 min for the Therme of Popes in Viterbo and for the Bolsena lake. Here I can make available for you a wonderful sailing boat of 6.5 meters to go sailing in the clear waters along the beautiful islands.
Perugia, Siena, Rome, are reachable in a radius of 100 km. Less than half an hour Orte, Civita di royal bath, the dying city.
Grande rispetto per una casa che amo, realizzata con tanta passione.
great respect for a house that I love and made with passion.
Tuscania is a fantastically charming place to stay. We were there two nights for a wedding being held in the Abbey of San Giusto nearby (which also is on airbnb, I think, and would well be worth checking out). This particular airbnb accommodation was convenient for us, and Mauro (who was the main person in touch with us, not Dino) was communicative and very quick to respond. The place is very unconventional: it's basically a beautifully decorated 'man cave', as my partner put it. It's effectively the cellar of a flat upstairs, and while it's been equipped with a kitchen and bathroom, etc. it still looks, smells, and feels a little like you're in someone's dungeon. It could work really well when it's mid-summer and the heat is full-on. There's no real bed, only a pull-out sofa bed (something we were worried about but which turned out to be fine). We knew there would be no wifi, but this proved to be more of a hassle once we were actually there--we resorted to going regularly to the nearby Boscolo Academy Hotel (which, when we peeked, had amazing grounds). I think ultimately it would have been nice to stay somewhere with more sunlight, and a view of the gorgeous countryside around Tuscania, but this basement flat worked fine for us in the end. Could be better in the winter (we noticed what seemed a kickbutt fireplace).
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