Umbria: Hotels to remember

Il Fontanaro

Paciano

Hotel Vannucci

Cittą della Pieve

From € 76.00

La Preghiera

Calzolaro

Torre della Botonta

Castel San Giovanni

From € 65.00

Castello di Petroia

Scritto di Gubbio

La Posta di Confine

Mantignana

From € 105.00

San Pietro Sopra Le Acque

Massa Martana

From € 120.00

Podere Le Olle

Montegabbione

From € 85.00

Le Tre Vaselle

Torgiano

Locanda del Prete

Saragano - Gualdo Cattaneo

Bellaugello

Gubbio

Villa Milani

Spoleto

Slow Life Umbria

Passignano sul Trasimeno

Logge del Perugino Resort

Cittą della Pieve

From € 177.00

Eremito

Parrano

From € 150.00

Villa di Monte Solare

Tavernelle di Panicale

Borgo della Marmotta

Spoleto

From € 80.00

Locanda Palazzone

Orvieto

From € 195.50

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Torre Palombara

Historical Residences

Leonardo Cipiccia

(Owner)

Immersed in the peaceful countryside, close to any number of beautifully conserved medieval towns and villages: it's the perfect base... (Torre Palombara) →

Castello di Sismano

Historical Residences

Ginevra Sanminiatelli

(Owner)

Ginevra Sanminiatelli

A privately owned estate with cozy rooms inside a medieval borgo and, at walking distance,a restaurant with delicious food. Come and... (Castello di Sismano) →

San Pietro Sopra Le Acque

Historical Residences

Diego Petrella

(Direttore)

Because it is possible to combine art and nature: from here you can easily reach some of the most beautiful towns of Umbria as Todi... (San Pietro Sopra Le Acque) →

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Umbria at a glance

Umbria Hotel

Umbria is imbued with presence of St Frances of Assisi and it is said that 'Umbria is a region, where, if you wish, you can feel alone with your soul'.

The region has many cities and hill towns such as Assisi, Gubbio, Perugia with its famous university, Todi and Spello the gem of the Valle of Spoleto, each with artistic and historical treasures. Beyond the busy hill cities are mountains, rivers pastures and fortresses. The countryside of Umbria is dotted with towns and ancient villages. In the South of the region is one of the most distinctive landscapes in all of Italy, the Piano Grande and the Monti Sibillini.

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