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What Oliver loves…
- Beautifully restored villa with white washed walls, open beams and brickwork give this property a high-end feel
- Enjoy your own private swimming pool with amazing views over the surround countryside
- The perfect choice for a family or group of friends who want to spend a quality holiday in Italy
- Take a trip to Rome (only 45 minutes away)
Villa Todari is a gorgeous traditional villa set in the lush countryside, just 45 minutes from Rome. Secluded, with spectacular views, this luxurious 19th-century residence is light and airy with high quality, tasteful furnishings. It features include handmade terracotta tiles, beautiful stone walls and exposed hardwood beams.
The villa can sleep up to ten guests with three master bedrooms, each containing a king size bed and en-suite bathroom, and the open space, which can be used as a fourth bedroom. The open space has its own en-suite with a large double shower and the lovely view of the pomegranate and persimmon trees within the stone-walled garden.
Stepping through the front door and you are greeted by a spacious sitting room leading through to the kitchen and dining area which has panoramic views of the garden and olive groves. Laid out across three levels, the top floor features an enormous picture window offering views across the entire property with the Sabine Hills in the distance.
Outside is a shaded dining area where you can enjoy sunset cocktails and al fresco meals. A large swimming pool will keep the whole family entertained and had outstanding views all the way across to the hilltop towns of Monteleone and Ginestra.
** Please note the property is positioned close to the Umbria but is actually located in Lazio province**
|Good news! For a little extra, this property can be booked as a Vill’otel|
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What you should know…
- The final leg of access road from tarmac to the villa is on a dirt track - we suggest hiring a sturdy car during your stay
- When minimum occupancy is booked, certain rooms may not be accessible (subject to owner's discretion) - best to enquire with us beforehand
Villa Todari sleeps 10 guests in 3 master bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms and king size beds, and a flexible open space (sleeps up to 4) with en-suite shower room
- Lounge with two sofas, reading nock, LCD flat screen TV, DVD player, CD player, games console, terrace and under stair washroom with washing machine, toilet and wash basin.
- Kitchen/Dining room with fireplace, dishwasher, microwave, oven, cooker, fridge, freezer, breakfast bar and air-conditioning
- Dining area seating up to 10 people
- Bedroom (White Suite) with king sized bed, twin trundle bed, air conditioning and en-suite with large double shower, single washbasin, bidet and toilet
- Bedroom (Terrace Suite) with kind sized bed, air conditioning, terrace and en-suite with bath and handheld shower, twin washbasin, bidet and toilet
- Open space with en-suite with shower. This space can be configured for 2 to 4 people and has a double sofa bed and two single beds
- Bedroom (Tower Suite) with king sized bed, walk-in closet and ensuite with bath and overhead shower, single washbasin and toilet.
- Private swimming pool with graduate steps (depth 1,20-1,80m, 8 x 4m)
- Private driveway
- Covered dining area
- Sun loungers
- Children’s toys
- Iron and Ironing board
Villa Todari is located near a village called Torricella in Sabina, in the central Italian region of Lazio; the perfect position for exploring the beautiful countryside of Umbria and Tuscany. Unspoilt, with a varied landscape, Lazio features dramatic gorges and green rolling hills dotted with vineyards, olive groves and medieval castles. Activities close by include hiking, fishing, water sports and horse riding.
Rome is only 45 mins away and makes for an easy day trip. Don't Miss!
Turano Lake (20 mins): A fantastic day trip for kids, this stunning natural reserve is located at the base of Mount Navegna. The lake is a brilliant blue and offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities including fishing, canoeing and hiking.
Farfa Abbey (20 mins): Located in a gorgeous walled-village in the Sabine Hills, this 7th-century monastery is open for tours with a spectacular fresco-filled church. Dating back to the 5th century, the village streets are lined with artisan workshops with each street names after the wares that were originally made or sold there.
Spoleto (50 mins): A very romantic town with beautiful churches and a picturesque gorge. Spoleto also hosts a two-week festival every summer which was so successful they have started their own version in the United States. The festival is a cultural feast with programs ranging from grand opera to conferences on science and economics, classical ballet to experimental theatre, chamber music to daily jazz concerts in the town square, mock trials of historical figures such as Freud and Arafat to marionettes, art exhibits to a classic and cult cinema.
Montefalco (just over an hour): This walled town has amazing views and one of central Italy’s best small galleries, the Museo Civico di San Francesco. The town also boasts their special wine, Sagrantino di Montefalco, a high-quality red made from a very rare grape variety.
Bevagna (just over an hour): A tiny, serene town with plenty of Roman heritage and great dining options.
** Please note the property is positioned close to the Abruzzo but actually located in Lazio**
Ciampino Airport - Rome
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport - Rome
|Nearest Train Station||
Fara in Sabina
Torricella in Sabina
Peppino alla Pineta
Lake Turano - Colle di Tora
(18 km )
Umbria has best of Italy to offer: rolling landscapes, wine, beautiful towns and villages, olive oil, expansive lakes and the food, glorious food. A holiday here can be as lazy, active, cultured and as delicious as you like.
This region is scattered with pretty, picturesque villages, while the area has a rich cultural heritage. From thermal pools to medieval cathedrals and olive oil museum, Umbria has an intriguing amount of history to discover.
Both Rome and Florence are accessible within a day trip, while the closest towns of interest would be Orvieto, the old town which is a fascinating series of winding streets, piazzas and a colourful weekly market.
History lovers will be spoilt - from the first century Roman amphitheatres to the twelfth-century duomos, to the fourteenth-century hilltop fortresses, the glut of remnants from the medieval and Bronze Age that punctuate the region is impressive.
Check out our range of beautiful villas in Umbria to start planning your holiday, now!
|Good news! This property is available as a Vill’otel|
With a vill’otel holiday, you can enjoy all these services throughout your stay:
At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help.
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|Security deposit||500€ payable in cash upon arrival|
|Arrival time||4.00 pm|
|Departure time||10.00 am|
|Linen & towels included?||Linen & towels included in the rental price|
|Energy costs included?||Included in the rental price|
|Pets welcome?||Not allowed|
|End of stay cleaning included?||Included in the rental price|
|Insurance||It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property|
|Smoking Allowed?||No smoking inside the villa|
|Minimum stay||5 nights|
Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people: For every additional guest up to 10 people costs an additional £27 per person per night.
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Jul 18th 2019 - Sep 1st 2019||-||£3,791|
|Sep 1st 2019 - Oct 16th 2019||£2,031||£2,843|
|Oct 16th 2019 - May 1st 2020||£1,693||£2,370|
|May 1st 2020 - Jun 1st 2020||£1,896||£2,654|
|Jun 1st 2020 - Jul 1st 2020||-||£3,128|
|Jul 1st 2020 - Sep 1st 2020||-||£3,791|
|Sep 1st 2020 - Oct 16th 2020||£2,031||£2,843|
|Oct 16th 2020 - Jan 18th 2021||£1,693||£2,370|
Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people: For every additional guest up to 10 people costs an additional €29 per person per night.
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Jul 18th 2019 - Sep 1st 2019||-||€4,014|
|Sep 1st 2019 - Oct 16th 2019||€2,151||€3,010|
|Oct 16th 2019 - May 1st 2020||€1,792||€2,509|
|May 1st 2020 - Jun 1st 2020||€2,007||€2,810|
|Jun 1st 2020 - Jul 1st 2020||-||€3,311|
|Jul 1st 2020 - Sep 1st 2020||-||€4,014|
|Sep 1st 2020 - Oct 16th 2020||€2,151||€3,010|
|Oct 16th 2020 - Jan 18th 2021||€1,792||€2,509|
Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people: For every additional guest up to 10 people costs an additional $32 per person per night.
|Rental period||5 Nights||Weekly|
|Jul 18th 2019 - Sep 1st 2019||-||$4,511|
|Sep 1st 2019 - Oct 16th 2019||$2,417||$3,383|
|Oct 16th 2019 - May 1st 2020||$2,014||$2,819|
|May 1st 2020 - Jun 1st 2020||$2,256||$3,158|
|Jun 1st 2020 - Jul 1st 2020||-||$3,721|
|Jul 1st 2020 - Sep 1st 2020||-||$4,511|
|Sep 1st 2020 - Oct 16th 2020||$2,417||$3,383|
|Oct 16th 2020 - Jan 18th 2021||$2,014||$2,819|
Please note that prices may not be 100% accurate for dates outside of the current calendar year. For an accurate quote, please enquire.
Peaceful and idyllic villa
We were a group of 6 adults who spent 7 nights at the Villa Todari in mid-June 2018.
I booked through Oliver’s Travels and was very satisfied with the booking process and all aspects of the service offered by this agency.
I based my choice of villa on the photos on Oliver’s Travel’s website, and on the accompanying description of the property. My only initial concern was that the villa was quite close to Rome (50-60 minutes’ drive), and I was seeking a thoroughly restful and rural setting for these 7 days. I also wanted to be within striking distance of some of the famous hill-top towns and villages of Umbria.
I need not have been concerned. Firstly, its proximity to Rome was an advantage as by the time I collected our hire car, the fact that I only had an hour’s drive ahead of me was a huge relief. The same was true in reverse. Traveling between the villa and Rome was a breeze. And it was no trouble getting to other towns in Umbria. We went to Assisi one day, Orvieto another and on a more prosaic note, there’s a very good supermarket about 10-15 minutes’ drive from the house.
Secondly, the property could not have been more peaceful and idyllic. Photos don’t always entirely do justice to a place, and in this case my expectations were surpassed in every respect. The setting was superb. The views in every direction were enchanting; an olive grove in the foreground, surrounded by mature trees, a stunning view of two hill-top villages in the middle distance, and a gorgeous heavily-wooded mountain-scape as a backdrop.
All of us loved the house itself. It was once a farmhouse and a grain-store (I think), all very tastefully and sensitively converted and restored. It was full of charm and character, but never twee. The kitchen was fantastic, very well equipped, and perfect as a setting for dinners and lunches as it had seating for 8-10 people. We also ate as much as possible on the terrace, which is shaded by a grape vine and wisteria and has great views in every direction.
The bedrooms are extremely comfortable, decorated with restrained and impeccable taste, all with generously-sized and attractive modern bathrooms. The two main bedrooms open out onto the garden and below, the pool area. I loved the garden and pool because it was unfussy, private, and alive with birdlife. In fact that was the only noise one ever heard. The sense of seclusion, tranquillity and privacy was almost palpable.
Lastly, the host was utterly charming, as was his family, whom we met briefly as we departed. Our host made contact several days before our arrival date. He speaks excellent English so communication was easy. He met us in the village and led us down the road which would indeed have been difficult to find otherwise. It is narrow and tree-lined, and you feel truly off the beaten track. But in fact you’re only a few minutes’ drive or 5-10 minutes’ walk from the nearest village. He also made sure there was a bottle of prosecco and some snacks already in the house for our arrival, so that we didn’t have to leave immediately to get provisions. He generously told us to help ourselves to the vegetables in the small kitchen garden. We did take advantage of the offer.
All in all a fabulous time was had over the 7 days. I would definitely rent the house again next year if I didn’t live on the other side of the world.
Excellent villa in beautiful surrondings!
We were two families from Sweden who stayed in the villa during a week in late June 2017 and the house suited us just perfect. We were four adults and five children and every one loved the vacation.
The house is planned so that each family could have it’s own privacy, with a great kitchen in between. The kitchen and the dining space was big enough to fit us all and the kitchen was a kitchen where you can cook proper meals; the stove was huge! It also had a nice table outdoors in a patio with wine ranks.
We spent a lot of time at the pool which is perfect in size and had one more shallow part and one end with some deeper waters. The house is situated in the most beautiful surroundings with a great view from the pool, the dining room/kitchen and the patio.
The house is easy to access from Rom, but the last 2 km is a quite narrow and unpaved road with uneven surface (to be mild). Use a car that is higher than the ordinary station wagon. We had a Jeep Renegade and it worked out fine.
The village Torricella in Sabina has a small grocery store, a butcher and a small café with great coffee and ice-cream. There is also a restaurant with the most polite and nice service we came around in Italy. It’s called La Pineta and serves great food at a very reasonable cost.
All in all we loved the villa itself, the surroundings and the hosts! We felt very much welcomed and taken care of. Simone was in the house once during the week to collect some garbage and clean the pool. He is as nice as can be! He’s wife Kate gave us some good advice on where to eat nearby and what to see, she was very nice as well!
We had a vacation that gave us the feeling of calm and luxury and we can really recommend the villa!
Excellent from start to finish.
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