Irpinia Apartment

Situated on the ground floor, this is the largest of the apartments, tastefully furnished in line with the charm of the estate and enriched with wooden beams, stone arches and terracotta floors. From all the windows you can admire splendid views of the surrounding countryside and the mountain ranges from Pisa to the edges of the Maremma region, as well as the town of Volterra on its hilltop.
The apartment is perfect for large families or a group of friends.

Description and services
The apartment, about 75 square meters, is equipped with every comfort and consists of an independent entrance, a living room with a sofa-bed, a fully equipped Tuscan-style kitchen (induction range, oven, dishwasher, microwave oven and fridge), a double bedroom, a bedroom with 2 bunk beds, a pull-out bed, and two bathrooms.

This apartment also has access and bathroom for disabled persons.
Sleeps: 4 people (+ 3 in supplement)

For bookings made without Instant Booking, the requested deposit is 40%. Security deposit to be paid on arrival of €50 per apartment from minimum stay to 6 nights, € 150 for stays of over 7 nights. The security deposit for the entire villa is €700. The balance of the total amount to be paid the day before departure. For cancellations from 30 days to arrival a penalty of 40% of the total amount is applied. For cancellation from 14 days to arrival a penalty of 90% of the total amount due is applied. Arrivals must be between 4.00 pm and 8.00 pm, otherwise please inform us of your arrival time. Check-in time can be extended to 10 p.m. with a €50 penalty charge. Check-out is 10.00 am. Conditions permitting, check-out may be extended up to 2 p.m. with a €50 surcharge. Weekly linen change included. The cost of an extra change is € 15. Weekly cleaning fee is included for stays of up to 6 nights. For stays of 7 nights and over, the cleaning fee is €50/apartment. For the entire villa the final cleaning fee is €150 for up to 2 nights, €300 for 3 nights and over. Extra cleaning requested €50/apartment. Extra occupancy €30/night per person. Children’s crib for children up to 3 years of age, €5. Children from 4 to 10 years of age €15. Children over 10 years of age €30. Dogs and other small animals €35/week, €5/night.

Amenities included

  • Air Conditioning / Heating

  • Outdoor swimming pool (pool is open from 9:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Access to the pool is forbidden while cleaning robot is operating)
  • Parking area

  • Wi-fi access

  • Barbecue area

  • Reserved gazebo

  • Chapel

  • Coffee machine (2 coffee capsules included)

  • Tea and herbal tea bags

  • 1 small bottle of mineral water

  • Microwave oven

  • Dishwasher (2 tabs included)

  • Hairdryer

  • Satellite TV 43”

  • Courtesy kit for kitchen and bathroom

  • Family rooms available

  • Rooms / facilities for disabled guests
  • 2 beach towels for the pool per apartment

Other services

  • Washing machine €5

  • Dryer €5

  • Breakfast basket €7/person

  • Child’s crib: €5/night for children up to 3 years of age
    Children from 4 to 10 years of age : €15/night
    Children over 10 years of age : €30/night

  • Linen change (on request) : €15

  • Extra guest : €30 each

  • Dogs and other small animals : €35/week, €5/day

  • Final cleaning : €50/ apartment for stays of over 6 nights, €150/villa for stays of up to 2 nights, €300/villa for stays of over 2 nights

  • Extra cleaning (on request) :€50

  • Extra beach towel: €3




An antique credenza

A credenza is a dining room sideboard, which originated in 14th century Italy. Originally in Italian the name meant belief or trust (etymologically connected to the English word “credence”).
In the 16th century the act of credenza was the tasting of food and drinks by a servant for a lord or other important person (such as the pope or a cardinal) in order to test for poison. Poisoning was a common way to resolve conflicts and disputes among warring factions during the frequent banquets which were offered to important guests. In order to avoid this unfortunate occurrence, the food was placed on a sideboard or buffet and tasted by a Master Credenziere, who, after tasting the banquet proclaimed “You may partake of the credenza (or trustworthy) feast”.
Over the years, the credenza has thankfully lost its original purpose, but has acquired an equally important function as a side table on which to place dishes,cups and glasses,as well as bottles of good wine and liquor , and has retained its charming usefulness in any dining area.

Source: http://www.antiques-magazine.com/credenze-antiche-storia-evoluzione


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