Vocabolo Chignoni, 32, 61042 Apecchio (Pesaro e Urbino)
At the centre of an organic farm spanning more than 100 hectares, surrounded by woodland and wheat fields, in the commune of Apecchio, on the border with Umbria and Tuscany, this organic agriturismo is a meticulously renovated small rustic hamlet offering the chance to get up close with nature.
The estate also includes a small lake with ducks, a creek where you’ll find the Gorgaccia Waterfall and a biodynamic organic pastoral farm. Guests are invited to taste the farm's produce.
The renovated farmhouse is divided into 3 apartments with views of the woodland surrounding the property. Each apartment has its own independent entrance, a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and, outside, a barbecue area with tables and chairs. Some apartments can be combined to accommodate families and groups, and a laundry room is also available.
In more detail:
Cerro Vecchio: on the ground floor, includes lounge with kitchen, 2 double rooms, bathroom with shower and a small second lounge with TV. Montalto: includes a spacious lounge with an original fireplace, 3 large double rooms and 2 bathrooms with showers. Gorgaccia: on two floors, includes a spacious lounge with the original fireplace, 2 smaller lounges, 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with showers.
There is also a beautiful stone tavern suitable for hosting meetings, dinners, birthdays and events.
All guests have access to the large swimming pool with solarium and views of the surrounding hills, the children's play area, and the barbecue area and mountain bikes.
Apecchio is just a short distance from Urbino, Gubbio, Città di Castello and San Sepolcro; and Monte Nerone and the beaches of Fano and Pesaro are also easily accessible.
Guests can also enjoy excursions through the surrounding woods to forage for mushrooms and truffles.
Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.
Owners will be held responsible for damage to property and persons.
Hi, I am silvia martinelli and I am 46 years old.
Here I am with my daughter, Zoe Talozzi
I have been working here for 19 years with my parents.
As well as we welcome the guests, we take care of the crops, we rear the animals.
It was a desire to to keep the family business alive which led me to run an agriturismo.
Our guests especially appreciate the chance to stay in a natural setting.