About this listing
Once upon a time...
is a B&B emerged in the Umbrian green hills just in front of the ancient walls of Perugia and therefor the perfect starting point to visit the town!
Our B&B is a typical rural Umbrian house built of bricks and beautiful roof tiles. A traditional Umbrian house joined with modern respect of nature, which for us is fundamental. We produce our own electricity with our photovoltaic implant which produces warm-water. A heat pump produces heating and also supplies us with energy for air-conditioning. This guaranties maximum comfort and restrains the consumption.
To minimise any kind of impact on nature we have adapted recycling which abled us to achieve a "ecosostenibilità da Legambiente" mark, eco-sustainability from Legambiente (the most widespread environmental organisation in Italy, "association of environmental intrest")
Our guests are welcomed to a family-based stay in a flat with an independent entrance on the first floor. We are more than pleased to give advice on what to visit and we gladly give indications to unknown artistic and culinary destinations in the territory.
With love for tradition, such as ancient furniture, wooden beam and historical agricultural equipment, we have created our frame for the B&B.
A big porch surrounds the B&B and guests are given the possibility to lay down in the hammock and listen to familiar sounds from the owl, the hoopoe, or if you are an early bird even hear the cock-crow.
If you are more of a sporty person you can go for a walk in the forest, gather typical land products or simply just go for a bike-ride admiring the beautiful settings.
Cerchiamo di essere ecocompatibili al massimo abbiamo il certificato di Legambiente ed oltre a produrre energia cerchiamo di minimizzare l'impatto ambientale con lampade a basso consumo, e rubinetti con rompiflusso. Facciamo la differenziata ed utilizziamo l'umido per fare il compost.
Chiediamo ai nostri ospiti di ridurre al massimo l'impatto acustico per godere al massimo dei suoni della natura che ci circondano.