About this listing
A characteristic town house set over three floors located on the edge of a charming, piazza in the market town of Marsciano (Mar-shar-no) in Umbria. Centrally placed for Perugia, Assisi, Orvieto, Lake Trasimeno and surrounded by historic hilltowns.
With a spacious double bedroom with balcony and shower room on the second floor and a smaller bedroom (3/4 bed) and a cloakroom on the first floor, the space in this house lends itself ideally to a couple, or one couple + one other adult, or to two independent adults. A secluded roof terrace on the third floor off a spacious sitting room, gives plenty of opportunities to enjoy breakfast and evening drinks in outdoor privacy with lovely views over the old town. Situated on a corner among the narrrow streets and alleyways that are typical of the historic centre, the house is light-filled and has a double aspect in the well-equipped kitchen-diner. A small study on the second floor is useful for journal or postcard writing or it may help you jump-start that book!
Please note that due to the number of stairs in this house, it is not ideal for small children or people with restricted mobility.
The entire house with TV, washer (in garage) and roof terrace.
Interaction with guests
An English/German/Italian-speaking house manager lives locally to meet visitors on arrival and for key handovers on departure.
Other things to note
A lift from behind the town hall, takes you from the historic centre to the lower town where there are supermarkets, shops and free parking.
No smokers or pets please
This host has a Flexible Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of the trip and the first night is non-refundable, with the exception of fees.
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I'm a writer who originally bought the Little House on the Piazza as a writer's hideaway while working on a book. I also wanted to immerse myself in Italy and the language again after a long association with the country. I now divide my time between Italy and the UK.