Beautiful village at 2000 ft above sea level in the middle of the Appennine Mountains, in the heart of Italy, between Rome and the Adriatic Sea. The apartment is spacious and in the heart of the village with windows on the historic square!
This beautiful historical building is from the 1600s and overlooks the Piazza (website hidden) is located about 50 miles from Rome in the Apennine Mountains. It has three windows overlooking the piazza and two on the other side looking over a courtyard shared by two other apartment buildings. It has a private entrance and a huge interior. Three bedrooms, one kitchen, one bathroom, one dining room and an enormous living room filled with two LARGE couches that could essentially be additional sleeping space for guests. House has all kitchen and bath supplies that guests would need along with all the bedding supplies as well. Also come with a washer.
Minutes away from a 12th Century Franciscan Monastery, many churches, hiking trails with a fresh water spring straight out of the mountain, cafe's and wonderful restaurants and a park. The train station is less than a 10 minute walk and trains can take you to Rome (60 miles) and Pescara (78 miles) which is on the Adriatic Sea.
A quaint and safe neighborhood in the historic center of Tagliacozzo.
There is a train station less than 10 minutes away (by foot) and buses to Rome and elsewhere at the station as well.
There aren't enough words to describe how much we enjoyed our visit to Tagliacozzo. Jessica couldn't have been anymore hospitable or great in her communication. She was a wealth of of knowledge of the area and even gave us great contacts for when we arrived. The location of the apartment was absolutely charming. We could experience the life of the square right from the front windows. Thanks Jessica!!!
I am currently a Medical Assistant at a hospital and have been traveling to Italy since I was born. I grew up in this apartment until I was 4 years old and love to call it home! It is such a beautiful space and located in one of the most charming towns of Italy with the most amazing and friendly people. It is a shame that we only get to use it once a year and I would love to share it with others who will appreciate it as well.