The accommodation at Casa Dolce Aria consists of:

  • large L-shaped living/dining area
  • fitted kitchen
  • master bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite shower room
  • second bedroom with king-size bed and access to balcony
  • third bedroom with two single beds
  • family shower room
  • mezzanine area above living room with double bed

The accommodation therefore sleeps from six to eight people.

The living room is furnished with sofas, chairs, DVD/CD player and TV, plus an original eighteenth century dining table with long church benches - the perfect spot to dine, read or play one of our selection of board games.

The kitchen has a large stove with a spacious electric oven, fridge-freezer and ample storage. There is a double sink, a dishwasher, microwave, electric toaster and electric kettle. Coffee can be made the Italian way, or in a cafetière.

The house has central heating, and there is also a fireplace in the living room, where winter visitors can enjoy a log fire.

The house is fully equipped with crockery, cutlery and kitchen utensils. All linen and towels are provided.

The house is thoroughly cleaned before a new occupancy, but guests are requested to maintain normal cleanliness whilst staying there, and so there are brushes and pans, floor mops and cleaning materials for toilets and surfaces. There is a separate laundry room with a family-size washing machine. Washing can be hung on the outside line, or the clothes drier, and there is also an iron and ironing board.

Outside the house, the grounds descend the hillside in a series of terraces. The top level has car parking space, a tree shaded lawn, and a paved area with a barbecue and table and chairs. Close by is the pizza oven. A flight of steps leads down to another terrace and the swimming pool, with sun loungers for relaxing and soaking up the sun. The near-by Pool House can be used for changing, and has its own terrace which is an ideal spot for lunch or early evening drinks. The lowest part of the garden is wooded.

It should be noted that although the top level of the grounds is fenced, there are some terraced sections that are not. We would therefore advise parents that small children need to be supervised when out of the house.