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Hotel

This elegant villa, which is now a charming small hotel managed by the owners, was built in the 1930s. It has 18 comfortable rooms, tastefully furnished, all with private bathrooms and air conditioning, a terrace, café and restaurant with stunning views of Lake Trasimeno and its islands, a swimming pool, a heated whirlpool and a solarium with sun loungers.

Guests can enjoy their breakfast in a veranda overlooking the lake, with a rich and varied buffet.

Free Wi-Fi in rooms and communal areas.

The hotel also has a lift, private parking and a convenient secure and free covered storage area for bicycles and mountain bikes.

The toy dogs and medium sized dogs are allowed and welcome.

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Food and Wine

The area around Lake Trasimeno is a land of olive groves and vineyards.
There are many wine shops that offer tastings and guided tours, in addition to the oil mills that produce one of the finest olive oils in Italy.
During the summer months there are many festivals where you can taste local products, still deeply rooted in tradition.

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Sport

The most popular sports are trekking or horse riding along old villages and castles, enjoying the silence of the woods and appreciating the spectacular panorama of Lake Trasimeno from the hilltops.
The territory boasts beautiful cycling trails for avid bikers (the cycling trail of Lake Trasimeno begins just 50 meters from the hotel) and 18-hole golf courses. Moreover you can also engage in sailing, windsurfing and canoeing on the lake.

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Shopping

During your holiday there may be a day or two without sun, but a fun shopping trip at the Valdichiana Outlet Village, just a twenty-minute drive from Passignano, with over 80 stores dedicated to famous designer brands at affordable prices will surely liven up your day.
Cashmere lovers will be pleased with the many stores located along the road that leads from Lake Trasimeno to Perugia, known as the “district of cashmere.”

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