Villa Caledonia is a celebration of the not-so-humble Umbrian farmhouse in all its spacious, indoor-outdoor, easy-living glory
This traditional oak-beamed Umbrian stone villa has been carefully restored, keeping the original charm and utility of the architecture and the incredible views, and discreetly adding further comfort and entertainment.
A house for all seasons, guests will be charmed by the nearby town of Todi and the rolling hills of this intensely beautiful landscape. Inside, the spacious flow of light-filled living space on the ground floor enables guests to spread out and switch off, while the five bedrooms, all on the first floor, are large and comfy inducing rest and relaxation.
Outside, there is a sun lounger per guest around the salt-water pool and there are two big seating areas and a long dining table under the veranda. Guests are welcome to pick fruit, nuts, vegetables and herbs in season and long, lazy lunches and dinners are very much encouraged, especially with the exquisite view of hill-top Todi, it’s tower silhouetting the horizon as the sun sets behind it.
While guests will be quickly lulled into restful holiday living, it would be a shame not to venture from the villa to discover the panapoly of hilltop towns and villages nearby.