Loc. Colmone 126, 62027 San Severino Marche Cesolo (Macerata, Marche) Type: Agriturismo Page visited 3421 times since 08.09.2009
Pets and small pets are not allowed (dog, cat, etc.) allowed.
The accommodation is located near the arts, museums and monuments.
The accommodation is located near the nature, flora, fauna and countryside.
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Farm is located in San Severino Marche, a beautiful city rich in art and history. The hills of infinite shades of green are the setting of this farm recently renovated and surrounded by a vast olive grove.
A large garden with games for kids, hammock, barbecue, chairs and tables are available for ospiti.Si also organize guided tours of the vineyards and the cellar of the family farm Colmone Della Marca on demand with possibility of tasting of typical products of our production .
The farmhouse has 4 bedrooms: The room with ensuite Sibyl can accommodate from 2 to 4 people.
Federica rooms (double bed and possibility of adding a third bed), Ludovica (two single beds and possibility of adding a third bed) and Cristina (double bed) has a large shared bathroom and are ideal for families or groups.
The cost of room and include breakfast, linen and towels and heating in winter.
Breakfast is based on home-made cakes, jams, fresh fruit of our plants.
Can also have lunch or dinner by reservation on our family farm or in the restaurant Da Piero is at the center of San Severino Marche.
On booking guided tours of the family vineyards and winery and wine tasting, olive oil, accompanied by typical products we produce.
Antico Oliveto is located near San Severino Marche.
The places to visit in town is the archaeological site of ancient Septempeda and the Archaeological Museum, Castle Mount, medieval settlement, and the center city of the Renaissance style.
Do not miss the Complesso di San Domenico, the Palazzo Comunale, Teatro Feronia Aleandri architect Ireneo, San Lorenzo in Doliolo, the Art Gallery with frescoes by the Salimbeni brothers, the many rural churches and castles scattered throughout the territory.