About this listing
Our freshly renovated 2 bedroom/1 bathroom apartment with a great patio (shared by our other apartment too).
Casa dei Colori has all you need:
Free WiFi, Air Conditioning, ceiling fans in the bedrooms, full kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, oven, blender, kettle, toaster, moca coffee machine, American coffee machine, stove etc.
Master bedroom, second bedroom, bathroom with shower and wc/bidet combined.
Living room with a very comfortable foldable queen size sofa bed. It can sleep 6.
The house has been completely renovated in July 2015, taking care of any little particular and mixing the old Tuscan style with a colored modern touch.
The apartment is right outside the old city walls (dating from the 2nd century B.C.) of Historical Centre of Cortona, an old city founded by The Etruscans, the ancient civilization that built Rome. Cortona is conveniently located in a 1hr 15mins drive from Florence International Airport, 2hrs 20mins from Pisa International Airport, 2hrs 40mins from Rome International Airport, 30 mins from Perugia (in Umbria) and Arezzo, 45 mins from Siena, Assisi (Umbria), Montalcino (where the famous "Brunello" wine comes from), 20 mins from Montepulciano...all the best scenaries of famous Tuscan country, with sunflower fields in summer and colored trees in spring!
Free WIFI available!
LAST MINUTE SPECIAL RATES: from time of inquiry till a month later (if not already rented out). Email us to get a special price!
Other Things to Note
Minimum stay is 4 nights.
Cortona is famous as the inspiration and setting for the book Under the Tuscan Sun, (that later became a movie) written by USA writer-novelist Francis Mayes. It also homes a branch of the Georgia University - USA, for artistic matters, since 1970.
We expect you'll treat our apartment as if it was yours, with maximum respect and care. We put lots of love to make it comfortable, clean and nice for you and we expect you to leave it as you found it. Thank you very much, we appreciate that. :-)
Please, when you get out the house, remember to turn off lights. Electricity in Italy is quite expensive, so we would appreciate your thoughtfulness on this matter. :-)