If you are looking for a peaceful retreat and the comforts of a real home, the Moraiolo apartment provides a perfect setting for a vacation, a sabbatical or your own art, writing and meditation hideaway.
The apartment occupies part of the original 500 years old farmhouse of our Agriturismo, Alla Madonna del Piatto. The B&B rooms and our own living quarters have each a separate access.
Entirely renovated in 2013 and newly equipped, the self catering accomodation offers bright rooms with breath-taking views on the Umbrian countryside, space and privacy without isolation.
In addition, ours is one of the few eco-friendly farms in the area. We produce electricity and hot water with solar panels and heat the house with a state-of-art, powerful wood furnace.
The vacation rental has been tastefully decorated with vintage furniture which we have collected during our travels and lovingly restored.
The dining room, master bedroom, studio and one bathroom with shower are on the ground floor. A smaller bedroom with beamed ceiling and a bathroom with bath tub are upstairs in the mezzanine. All the mattresses are new and of a excellent quality. For additional comfort, the bed linen and most of the bed covers we use are made of natural materials like cotton or wool. Bedrooms have either hanging space or a chest of drawers.
If you are staying for more than a week, we will change your bed linen and towels every 7 nights.
The vacation rental is perfect for just the two of you. However there is privacy, space an comfort for another couple in the second bedroom as well as a sofa bed in the studio for children or young adults.
If you love cooking, the kitchen has excellent, brand new equipment and easy access outdoor to enjoy the long summer nights. If you wish to perfec your Italian cooking repertoir and enjoy a festive day in our kitchen, you are welcome to participate to our cooking classes.
We provide an outdoor table, chairs and sun loungers in a separate area our ample garden where you can enjoy spectacular views on our fields, olive groves and on on Assisi’s Saint Francis Basilica sorrounded by rolling green hills.