A Farmhouse in Paciano

 In the second half of the 20th century, what is now the main building of Vacanze Ideali was used as the house from the Balestro family (Anselmo, Umberto and Pietro) and this area today includes the accommodations of “Il Padrone” and “Il contadino“. To preserve the memory of our place, the apartments that were built up then, on the ground floor, were namely “La Cantina”, Il Fienile” and “La Stalla”, to keep the name of the original purpose.

The renovation, which led to the opening of our structure in 1992, was conceived to maintain the characteristics of the historical buildings, with thick walls and facades of stone, roofs in ancient cups and tiles. Internally some accommodations have high ceilings, while others have wooden beam edits and flats, others have been made with steel faces and bricks. The floors are all made all in terracotta.

After 3 years, in 1995, the first swimming pool (m 6.00 x 12.00) was built in with a solarium and then some common services underground.

Tenuta Badia: the Farmhouse

In the second half of the 20th century, what is now the main building of Vacanze Ideali was the Balestro family home (Anselmo, Umberto and Pietro). This area today includes the accommodations of “Il Padrone” and “Il Contadino“. Furthermore, to preserve the old memories, the apartments built up then on the ground floor as “La Cantina”, Il Fienile” and “La Stalla”, kept the name of the original purpose.

The renovation, which led to the opening of structure in 1992, was conceived to maintain the historical buildings characteristics: thick walls, facades of stone, roofs in ancient cups and tiles. Internally some accommodations have high ceilings, while others have wooden beam edits and flats. The ones ‘recreated’ have otherwise steel faces and bricks. The floors are all made all in terracotta.

After three years, in 1995, the first swimming pool (m 6.00 x 12.00) was built in with a solarium.

Il panorama che si scorge dalla terrazza dell'appartamento

In 2002 the second project involved “Le Casette”, through the reconstruction of the “pigsty” and the stables for rabbits and hens. Face/view bricks and classic roof tiles, with wooden beam ceilings and flats, typify then the building. The accommodations are “ L’Etrusco”, “Il Perugino” and “Ex Pacciano“.

Consequently, in 2005 the project ended with the recovery of company’s outbuildings. From the remittance of agricultural machinery and warehouses, we create three accommodations, one double room and a spare room close to the swimming pools.

The names of the accommodations enhance the view of Lake Trasimeno in the background with its islands and recall the names of mythology (Agilla and Trasimeno).

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