13 Century Granary

StudioIl SaloneBedroom
Viterbo, Lazio, Italy



Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 6
Per week €700 - €900
Type: Cottage
Description of the Viterbo vacation cottage rental
A two-floor, 150m restored granary with a small private garden is located at the edge of a cliff, within the tiny villageof Sutri

Michele zalopany


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 01 2016 Sep 30 2016 - - €900 - 1 Week
Oct 01 2016 Dec 19 2016 - - €700 - 1 Week
Dec 20 2016 Jan 08 2017 - - €900 - 1 Week
Jan 09 2017 May 31 2017 - - €700 - 1 Week
Check In: 2 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: 100 euros
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Personal Check, Money Order
Other Fees: 90 euros cleaning fee. I will pay up to 50 euros per week for the heating, after that the guest must pay the difference.


Owner Supplied Testimonials

Michele, here we are reporting on our week in "il vecchio granario", and what an excellent week we had. The property was terrific...best feature?-the bathroom and the bath, very relaxing with a glass of wine and some suitable music floating up from the kitchen. However, we enjoyed the tranquility, the garden and Pablo, who was very spoilt by Jess. Sutri was exactly what we had hoped for, and arriving on the day of the Procession of Corpus Domini was a particular treat- we took stacks of photos of the flower -strewn streets. We left a historical exp[loration of the village until the last morning, and made it to the amphitheater, the church of Madonna del Parto and the crypt of the Duomo. We enjoyed the Pizzeria, and made friends with Marina and the pizza chefs, and had one rally good meal at Vescovado. We thought that the Saturno was a little up-market for us, but guess what?-it was reccommended in a travel article in The Sunday Times the day that we gotr back! We enjoyed the experience of not hearing anEnglish speaking voice, and improving our tiny bit of Italian. Our favorite bar was the gelateria in the Piazza Cavour, where the Sambucas went down a treat. As for the region, was unspoilt and full of historical interest-we went to Viterbo, the villas Lante and Farnese, and the castle at Bracciano, and explored the Etruscan tombs at Tarquinia. Lago di Vico was the scene of a number of refreshing swims and we also had a short trip to Nepi and saw a little of the opening ceremony for the Palio. .......Our wish is to return to Lazio - there's so much to do- and we hope that we can return to your lovely house sometime in the future. best wishes the Ferguson family

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