The apartment consists in; two double rooms, a common area equipped with a kitchenette with a sofa bed for two people , and 3 different private bathrooms.
The rooms and apartments are renovated with the utmost care. The historical residence has kept intact the original typologies and materials as much as possible, thanks to the attentive use of methodologies to the environment and to the well-being of the guests.All the rooms have charming views on the hills and are richly furnished with period furniture, which makes it an ideal place for relaxation in a calm charming atmosphere of days gone by. At nightfall a blanket of stars will wrap you in a magical mystery with the brightest sky as you’ve ever seen, without any visual pollution from the city lights.
The magnificent Castle of Giomici is dating back to the 11th Century and is located in the middle of Umbria, between Perugia, Assisi and Gubbio.
Recently the Castle has been restructured completely resulting in a breath-taking "Residenza d'Epoca" where peace and hospitality comes together. From the tower you have a stunning view on the whole Giomici property (160 hectares) with vineyards, olives, oakwoods and natural lakes. As a guest you can stroll along the many paths across cool valleys and shadowy woods where truffles grow, take a swim in the lake or in the swimmingpool at the foot of the hill (10 x 20 mtr) or visit the beautiful and famous towns like Assisi, Gubbio, Perugia, Orvieto, Spoleto and Todi.
Today the philosophy of the Castle of Giomici is Slow Living to rediscover the rhythms of the past and the charm of the traditions in an atmosphere of calm and relaxation, for an experience to remember. The Castle of Giomici is ideal for a romantic break, to get away from the problems of everyday life, for your professional and your business meetings, to relive an experience in a magical fairy tale or to celebrate events, anniversaries and weddings.We would be more than happy to welcome you at the Castle and make you feel at home!
Umbria is often referred to as “the green heart of Italy”. Removed from outside influences, it has kept alive many of Italy’s old-world traditions. You’ll see grandmothers making pasta by hand and front doors that haven’t been locked in centuries. Umbria is a beautiful and – despite the many visitors–largely unspoiled region of rolling hills, woods, streams and valleys. Within its borders it also contains a dozen or so classic hill-towns, each resolutely individual and crammed with artistic and architectural treasures to riveal bigger and more famous cities.
Most visitors head for Perugia and Assisi with its extraordinary frescoes by Giotto in the Basilica di San Francesco – or Orvieto whose Duomo is one of the greatest Gothic buildings in the country. For a taste of the region’s more understated qualities, it’s best to concentrate on lesser-known places such as Todi and Gubbio, ranked as the most perfect medieval centre in Italy, and Spoleto, for many people the outstanding Umbrian town. Not to forget Lago Trasimeno which is the largest lake in the Italian peninsula, with plenty of opportunities for swimming and watersports and the Marmore waterfalls which are immersed in a natural scenery of incomparable beauty.
Furthermore at just 2 hours drive you will be in Rome.
In short, there is so much to see and do that you will run out of time!