A light breeze finds its way through the open window and you wake up to the sound of birds singing, nothing else. You stretch in the bed and notice that the ink of the night is giving way to the first glimmers of dawn. You slowly get up, still between dreams and reality. Once you reach the window, the feeling to be standing on a balcony overlooking the world makes you smile.
This sets up the mood for the day and even your entire stay, totally in agreement with the motto at Casa Bramasole, tranquillity and relaxation. Set atop a green hill with wide views over fields, forests and the lake, far from other habitations, the property is ideal for guests who want to get away from it all.
The ancient stonewalls of Casa Bramasole would no doubt have many stories to tell but for now, their task is to welcome you and your family or friends to help you create happy memories. The beautiful but comfortable interiors of Scandinavian and Italian inspiration and, depending on the season, the awesome private pool or crackling fires will join in to make your stay unforgettable.
Details such as a fabulous Boffi kitchen, bathrooms with Philippe Starck units and heated floors and four-poster beds will only add to the feeling of well-being. As for authenticity, you need to look no further than the exposed beams, arches and hand-made terracotta floor tiles.
Only 3 km away you will find a restaurant and a bar where you can also buy a small range of groceries such as wine, pasta, cheese or olive oil.
Golf courses: 33 km.
From a cultural point of view the area offers a large variety: beginning of July the Montone film festival, the "Palio.." in Passigiano end of July or the world famous Umbria Jazz fetival in July.
The only region on the Italian peninsula without a coastline, Umbria is as green as it is ountainous. Olive groves and wineyards undulate sleepy villages, while town walls on hilltops bear witness of merchant rivalry and religous feuds. Todays Umbrians take pride in their traditions and use any excuse to celebrate their duties as keepers of the national larder.
Casa Bramasole in the spotlight:
- ILVA (Spring 2007)
- VOGUE Germany (August 2007)
- ITALIAN CONNECTIONS (2008)
- THE DREAM OF ITALY (June 2008)
- THE 20 MOST BEAUTIFUL VILLAS IN ITALY (2014)
Ground floor: Large room with dining area and large wood table for 12 people, open kitchen with Boffi elements fully equiped, fireplace, TV room: Satelite TV and DVD player, studio with bedroom ensuite living room with fireplace, queen size bed, bathroom with twin showers, private terrace with wonderful views. Laundryroom with washing machine and dryer
1st floor: living room: "De sede" leather sofas and fireplace. master bedroom with fireplace, ensuite bathroom, kingsize 4poster bed; south bedroom with twin queensize beds; east bedroom with twin 4poster beds, shower.
3 stunning terraces with lake view
Pool: 12 x 5 metres with solar panel heating system and Poolhouse with kitchen and bathroom/shower. 8 sunbeds and an outdoor shower