Superb apartment with two besrooms. One bedroom has a double bed, while the second has a double and a single as well as a small flatscreen TV. The bedrooms share two bathrooms: one with red tiles and the other with yellow tiles. Both have toilets, bidets, sinks, and showers, while the red tiled bathroom also has a separate bathtub. Another half-bathroom is also available with a washing machine (please note that there is no dryer).
This year, leave the crowds and the tourists behind, and embark on an Italian adventure that’s all your own. This unique condo, located in scenic Serra de’ Conti, Italy, has gorgeous medieval features, a wonderful setting in a historical building, and plenty of room for up to five guests.
Located in beautiful Serra de’ Conti, inland from Senigallia, this condo is inside the town’s eponymous building at the highest point of the medieval village, just steps away from bars, museums, churches, and more. This historical building once belonged to the family of Marchesi Honorati, where it was used as a country house.
Recently renovated in 2008, the interior boasts all of its former beauty. You’ll enjoy wonderful features like painted ceiling frescoes, umbrellas, historical doors, and lovely period furniture to maintain the authenticity and add to your unforgettable experience on this historical getaway!
Adorned with gorgeous artwork and comfortable furniture, the living room also has a gorgeous, arched ceiling and sheer white curtains that flutter in the breeze. You’ll find a small TV in the living area, though you might want to just use the complimentary WiFi to watch a movie on your laptop, or browse the web.
When you’re not trying new Italian restaurants, cook in your light-filled kitchen, leaving the window open to enjoy the breeze and stunning views as you whip up a meal. You'll have all the standard appliances, as well as cookware, dishes, and even wine glasses so you can enjoy some local varietals at the four-seat kitchen table tucked against the wall.
In the dining area, you’ll find six wooden chairs that match an elegant dining table. You’ll also find an antique gramophone in the corner of the room, a rocking chair in the opposite corner, and elegantly painted ceilings above your head.
When you need to get work done or just utilize the historical setting as inspiration for your next novel, hunker down in the office area at an antique wooden desk. You can even bring a book along and relax on the sofa by the window while the sunlight streams into the room.
You’ll find two bedrooms here that can sleep a total of five guests. One bedroom has a king-size bed and a double bed, while the second has a double and a twin, as well as a small flatscreen TV. The bedrooms share two bathrooms: one with red tiles and the other with yellow tiles. Both have toilets, bidets, sinks, and showers, while the red tiled bathroom also has a separate bathtub. Another half-bathroom is also available with a washing machine (please note that there is no dryer).
In your free time, spend your day exploring the village of Serra de’ Conti, wandering through the Monastery of St. Mary, and afterwards, the Monastic Art Museum for an audio-guided tour. Have a drink at Bar Italia or Bar Irory, both within walking distance, or try a family-style wine tasting or tour the cellars at the Az. Vitivinicola Casaleta winery.
You can also take a day trip to the coast - the Adriatic Sea is only 16 miles away in Senigallia, or you can stay inland and visit the unique, mountainous microstate of San Marino (the oldest republic in the world), 60 miles northwest of Serra de' Conti.
No matter what you do in Serra de’ Conti, this elegant vacation rental is a wonderful home base for seeing the Marche region of Italy – book today!
I'm a young professional working in central Rome, managing a few vacation rental properties for a big company, Vacasa Italy.
I love good music, classic movies, a cheeky cocktail with good friends on a friday night.
I'd consider myself very friendly and welcoming, and love to hang out and chat with my guests, and can advise on fun things to do while you're in town.
Any questions, ask away!