Umbria is famous for its luscious olive oil, its full bodied red wines (at a fraction of the Tuscan prices) its gently rolling hills and mild year round climate. One could be fooled into thinking that Umbria was a more relaxed rural Tuscany, but it has many similarities, pretty hilltop villages, majestic cypresses dotting lone hills, sparkling lakes and cities every bit as interesting as Siena, Arezzo Pisa or Lucca. Don't let its smaller size fool you - Umbria has it all.
Situated in an area known for its Etruscan necropoli and its flinty white wines this charming cottage offers the holidaymaker a cosy home from home with many unforeseen benefits. Although attached to another property, La Carraia is approached via its own drive and enjoys its own private gardens and pool. The spacious living accommodation with large windows and French doors leads on to a covered terrace overlooking the garden and is perfect for whiling away lazy afternoons with a chilled glass of Orvieto Classico.
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