Borgo Belvederi - Dream Hamlet in Le Marche
BORGO BELVEDERI is a magnificent and secluded ancient hamlet, nestled on top of a green hill about 2 miles from the city of Camerino, in Le Marche.
*La Casa del Levriero - sleeps up to 4
*La Casa dei Colli - sleeps up to 4
*La Casa dell'Aia - sleeps 2
*La Casa della Vallata - sleeps up to 4
*La Casa del Ponte - sleeps up to 6
*La Casa della Fonte - sleeps up to 6
*La Casa della Torre - sleeps 2
*La Casa del Borgo - sleeps up to 6
Facilities & Services
The spirit of a 15th-century retreat lives on in the perfect restoration that combines the highest standards of today's accomodation with the charm of ancient things, the joy of new emotions and perceptions of well-being.
All accommodation are self-catering and offer:
*Kitchen with Dishwasher, Oven and Fridge
*Flat-screen TV set
Overlooking the valley, the eight homes of the Borgo offer five-star accommodation in a unique setting, not far from the sandy beaches of the Adriatic, the tall Sibilllini mountains and some of the most famous cities of art of Central Italy.
Enjoy the large scenic pool, or wander around the Borgo and its surrounding chestnut forest. Discover the nearby picturesque villages, ancient retreats, ghost towns and medieval castles, or just relax by the small piazza sipping our own label wine.
Place to visit
The Vegenana Valley is a gentle and peaceful land that overlooks Camerino on the opposite hill, with its churches and bell towers rising from behind the city walls that date back to1300.
From a distance, the tall buildings appear pink in colour, and the lower ones look almost white-browed by making a stark contrast with the green hills.
The Sibillini Mountains on the background still hide the mysterious legend of the sorceress Sibilla, and there linger on ancient tales of knights errant .
The Valley surrounds an ancient medieval castle, still inhabited by the noble family that once owned it, and that can be reached through a forest path from the hamlet, across the hill.
Walking through the forest, many animals undisturbed by human presence can be seen: foxes, hedgehogs, badgers, fawns, squirrels.
The farmhouses scattered across the hills are partly abandoned, and they witness that the Valley had been inhabited over the centuries mostly by farmers, whose activities would gravitate around the city of Camerino.
The heart of the Valley, with its original settlement, is reputed to have been the ancient hamlet, now restored.
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Accommodation are available on daily, weekend and weekly basis - please visit our "Homes and Prices" section for detailed pricing.
Prices are per house (NOT person) and include mid-week housekeeping and linen-change, WIFI connection, morning breakfast's fridge supplies, swimming pool (summer only).
Extras: winter heating, extra beds. Pets only, by prior arrangement. Sorry, no smoking and no credit cards.