from€3,101/week· Villa

Once a defense fortification during the Middle Ages, the only thing Quinta defends now is your right to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate!  This restored Perugian hilltop tower is a traditionally styled and well-equipped five-floor countryside escape, boasting a ground-level private pool and also a rooftop deck, both with wide views of Umbria’s green mountains and hills.  Ideal for up to four adults and four children, with its two en-suite king bedrooms and one en-suite double bunk bed room, this villa is great for enjoying relaxing moments and meals with family and close friends both indoors and al fresco under the wide Umbrian sky.  Whenever you need a break from relaxing and rejuvenating, use Villa Quinta as your home base to enjoy exploring the rich culinary, historical, and artistic treasures of the more central areas of Perugia – Umbria’s capital city, only a 25-min drive away – and other parts of the Umbrian region.



Weekly rates & Availability

FromToWeekly rate
  • Security Deposit: credit card details required upon arrival
  • Non-smoking villa
  • Due to occasionally steep and stony country roads, low-height cars are not recommended for reaching the villa
  • Pets not allowed
  • Tourist tax of €3.75 per person is to be paid upon arrival in cash, children under 14 are exempt
  • Check-in: between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm – Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
  • All extra services must be paid prior to departure, unless otherwise arranged

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Included with rent
  • All utilities including A/C (except pool heating and general heating in low season) and final cleaning
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi Internet access (available indoors and outdoors)
  • Maid service every day except Sundays and national holidays
  • Concierge service during office hours
  • Mid-week change of bathroom linen
  • Welcome basket
  • Welcome drinks at the estate restaurant
  • 20% discount on the golfing green fees, 5% discount in golf shop and 5% discount on golf lessons
  • Garden and pool cleaning service
Not included with rent
  • Pool heating and general heating, as per usage – metered and billed at a rate of €4 per cubic meter
  • Extra maid service/Ironing service: €25 per hour
  • Laundry service: €10 per load
  • Ironing service: €25 per hour
  • Chef service
  • Breakfast service
  • Shopping-service with car: €50 per hour
  • Food delivery from estate restaurant to the villa: €20 per delivery
  • Transfer to estate restaurant (to be booked in advance): €20 per transfer
  • Wood for fireplace: €15 per basket

Previous guests say

Catherine and Roger • Sep  2018
Another incredible week at Villa Quinta – our 6th holiday here over the past few years. Blessed with amazing weather, we have done very little, but using all of the available (multiple) outside seating areas, and pool… a lot. We went 4 times at Il Caldaro – great food and wine and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere as always. Lunch on the square at Montone was memorable.

The S. Family • Jul  2018
What a wonderful 2 weeks we were lucky  enough to spend at Villa Quinta! A much needed respite from the hustle of the rest of our trip. Days at the pool, trips into the many beautiful towns of Umbria, happy hour on the patio and star gazing were some of our favourite activities. Thank you to Erika and Namal for making our stay so enjoyable! We hope to return one day.



What to do in Umbria

Due to its proximity to Tuscany, any traveler who goes from Florence to Rome by land should pass through Umbria. This region is worth a visit of its own for the beautiful landscapes and enchanting lakes. Several filmmakers found it to be the perfect location for movies such as The English Patient, Life is Beautiful and Under the Tuscan Sun (despite its namesake). Perugia is the capital city and is renowned for hosting the annual Umbria Jazz Festival, held in July, and the Eurochocolate Festival at the Perugina Chocolate Factory, in October.
There are several notable tourist attractions throughout the region. Lake Trasimeno, the fourth largest lake in Italy, offers a plethora of activities for the sporty vacationers. The medieval town of Deruta has been producing hand-made majolica ceramics for centuries and it is the ideal place to buy some home decor to bring home. Check the Ceramics Museum on the hilltop main piazza. Spoleto is arguably one of Umbria's most beautiful hill towns, and renowned host of the Festival dei Due Mondi (Festival of the Two Worlds), annual summer music and opera festival held each June to early July. You may also want to sample the Umbrian wine along the Sagrantino Wine Road near Spoleto and Moltefalco, which is lined with wineries, many of them open for tastings.
Assisi is the birthplace of St. Francis, where you can enjoy a visit to the Basilica di San Francesco which is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Last, but not least, is Orvieto known for its wine (Orvieto Classico, a dry fine white wine) and because is one of the main centers of Italy's Slow Food. Do not miss to visit its magnificent Duomo, considered the most glorious example of Italian Gothic style.

Where to eat

Ristorante Apollinare - A 12th century church near the Roman theatre. A fun, warm place to enjoy good food and international wines.
Via S. Agata 14, Spoleto - +39 074 322 3256

Il Duca d' Orvieto - Traditional Umbrian cuisine based on regional products, reinterpreted by its owner. Do not miss the home-made desserts!
Via della Pace 5, Orvieto - +39 076 334 4663

Le Melograne at Le Tre Vaselle Hotel - The restaurant of this 5-star hotel is high-end but worth the splurge.
Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 48, Torgiano - +39 075 988 0447

If you do prefer an authentic homey atmosphere, go to I Sette Frati (if you cannot find it, ask around for Signora Marisa's restaurant). Fantastic (yet very simple!) trattoria, local cuisine with a very reasonable prix-fix menu. Do not be discouraged by the decor, come with a big appetite and be ready to eat the dishes of the day (there is no menu). Relax, enjoy, and Signor Mario will take care of the rest.
Via Assisi 15, Torgiano - +39 075 985147

Ristorante Buca di San Francesco - A family run restaurant where the menu features classic dishes of Umbrian cuisine, paying special attention to meat and mushroom dishes. Try the beef with truffles or the tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms – In summer, outdoor seating is available.
Via E. Brizi, Assisi - +39 075 812 204

Where to shop

Food – a street market is held every Thursday and Saturday in Orvieto’s Piazza del Popolo. Buy some lentils, one of the local food specialties to bring home. This legume with its characteristic thin and tender skin, is the flagship product of the country par excellence.

Clothing - for women, check Luisa Spagnoli's Outlet, acclaimed brand and a symbol of Italian elegance and quality in the world.
Via del Cashmere 13, Perugia - +39 075 401 58

Ceramics - Ceramiche Torretti - besides the large selection of products to buy at factory prices, if you have 40 minutes to spare you may want to take the tour of the factory, which includes watching the artisans at work.
S.S. E/45 Km. 55,600, Deruta Sud - +39 075 971 1342

Chocolate - Pasticceria Sandri - The oldest pastry shop in Umbria, opened in 1860 and located in the historical center of Perugia. Free the chocoholic in you and go wild...the choices are endless! Outdoor seating available in summer. Corso Vannucci 32, Perugia - +39 075 572 4112

House linens Mastro Raphael's, high quality artisanal Italian linens.
Via dei Duchi 5-7, Spoleto or check its outlet in Via delle Industrie 21, Loc. Santo Chiodo, Spoleto - +39 0743 23081