The rugged countryside in this part of the Apennine Mountains is indescribably beautiful. At 650 metres above sea-level, there's a retreat where your mind can totally relax; and all 100% "Made in Italy". Pennabilli is located in the Val Marecchia (Marecchia Valley), named after the river flowing through it. The river Marecchia runs all the way to the city of Rimini, from its source 1003 metres up, about 20 km from Pennabilli.
The valley of Marecchia is surrounded by the regions of Marche, Tuscany and Romagna. Historically speaking, it’s the cornerstone of the Montefeltro-area and its traditions are diligently maintained. The countryside is simply breathtaking and abundant with various species of wild animals and plants, most of which are protected.
Pennabilli lies geographically and culturally on the border with three regions. Hence, the local gastronomy offers a great variety of tastes from these very different nearby regions.
A 2-room apartment of 45 square metres, on the ground floor, with a beautiful veranda and a small garden facing the green Tuscan valley. Ideal for a couple or small family of 2-4 persons. Two separate entrances from the veranda. A spacious living-room / kitchen and a double bedroom. There’s a comfortable double sofa bed in the In the living-room, and a toddler’s bed is available by request. To prepare food, you’ll find a 4-ring hob, fridge and all the necessary cutlery, crockery , glassware, and cooking utensils. Just ask for any other small kitchen appliances you might need.. A lovely mosaic-decorated bathroom of 5 square metres with shower, toilet and bidet.
All materials used are high-quality and the aim of the owners has been to be as environmentally friendly as possible both in interior and in exterior design.
Advice from the ownerFor cycle fans the owners have a variety of models to offer; from mountain bikes to sport or racing bikes. Feel free to ask!
Cooking lessons for who wants to learn how to prepare delicious Italian home-made food
with Mrs Anne-Marie and Sandra.
Miss Elisa teaches you how to make the best pizza in the world.
There’s a museum for everyone! Within a range of 20 km there is a nature museum, wildlife museum, maths museum, bread museum, cheese museum, mining museum, fossil museum, art museum, home museum, and church museum, as well as Medieval castles with their high towers from which the views are just fantastic!
This area is rich in its traditions and they’re kept alive with enthusiasm. You can always find a festival going on in one of the nearby villages, whether ancient, gastronomical, antique , religious or historical. If you’re feeling brave, you could try the festival of frogs or visit a Tuscan truffle-feast?
Take a day-trip to one of the beautiful seaside towns nearby: Rimini, Riccione, and Cattolica with their long, broad, sandy beaches. Visit aquatic fun-parks and sealife centres, or sample some great shopping, and some of the most famous Italian discos.
The blackberries are very common in this area so feel free to go and pick them!
Ground floor: (Open plan kitchen, Kitchen diner(Double sofa bed), Bedroom(Double bed), Bathroom(shower, washbasin, toilet, bidet))
garden(shared with other guests ), garden furniture, parking
Building statusPart of house - multiple occupancy
SituationIn the countryside
Property facilitiesNumber of bedrooms 1
Number of bathrooms 1
Costs on siteCleaning
Distancescity 10 km
Forest 1 km
lake 2 km
Grocery shop 2 km
restaurant 2 km
Nightlife 10 km
public transport 10 km
Public pool 10 km
Tourist information 10 km
airport 60 km