Michela

from€9,300/week· Villa

Villa Michela, a 17th century country manor set in the splendid Lazio countryside, is great for those who wish to explore the Etruscan sites, Renaissance palaces and take day trips to Viterbo (15 minutes by car), Rome (1.5 hours by car), as well as Orvieto, Florence and Siena. A perfect property for family reunions, Villa Michela is a sophisticated venue for your ideal vacation.

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Amenities

Weekly rates & Availability

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Notes
  • Security deposit: €3,000 to be paid locally in cash or by CC
  • Mandatory, to be remitted with final payment: € 2,500 for full staff service for house cleaning, preparation of breakfast and dinner, table service and daily grocery shopping service, as follows:
    • Housecleaning services: 2 maids for 4 hours daily (8 am-12 pm), except Sunday
    • Breakfast service: 8am to 10:30am
    • Dinner service: 6pm to 10pm, including the aperitif service in the courtyard
    • Cost of food, groceries and beverages not included
  • No pets allowed
Included with rent
  • Electricity, water, gas and final cleaning
  • Midweek change of bath linen and pool towels (Wed)
  • Wireless internet connection with USB key
  • Gardener and pool maintenance
  • Firewood during winter months
Not included with rent
  • Heating charged upon consumption as per meter reading
  • Mandatory, to be remitted with final payment: € 2,500 for full staff service for house cleaning, preparation of breakfast and dinner, table service and daily grocery shopping service (see details under Notes)
  • After 10pm staff service (cook, waiter, housekeeping, etc.): €50 per hour/per staff member
  • Extra housekeeping service: €10 per hour/per staff member
  • Personal laundry: €10 per hour/per staff member
  • Extra change of bed or bath linens: €8 per set/per change
  • Lunch preparation service: €30 per person/per meal – cost of ingredients extra
  • Cooking lesson: €60 per person (ingredients included)
  • Babysitting service depending on availability
  • Telephone charges extra

Location

What to do in Lazio
Lazio, or Latium in Latin, is the cradle of the Roman empire and is incredibly rich in outstandingly well-preserved relics from different periods from its long history. This part of Italy is highly sought after not solely for Rome, the metropolitan capital of Italy (also known as The Eternal City), but also for Vatican City (also known as The Holy See) and its many wonderful museums. Other important cities are Frosinone, Latina, Viterbo and Rieti - all worth a visit.

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