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Le Marche is the up and coming region to visit with marvellous accommodations or invest in a property. Le Marche it is an incredible place to visit or the ideal location where expatriate because is a treasure chest of churches, galleries and stunning landscapes – culture and nature all waiting to welcome you.
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Best Le Marche Accommodations: Hotel Leone, Montelparo

Best Le Marche Accommodations: Hotel Leone, Montelparo | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

Hotel Leone is a labour of love from a couple who are refreshingly honest and hard working about their craft. They genuinely want to provide a home from home experience [...]

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Anyone thinking the village of Montelparo in Le Marche is a secluded travel destination, far from the mass tourism circuits, almost forgotten by travel book guides and travel bloggers, well... is not wrong, but it is also true that a boutique hotel, there, will pamper you with international standard services, leaving the serenity to enjoy one of the most beautiful and authentic  places in the Marches

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Best Le Marche Accommodation | Villa in the Vineyard, Montelparo

Best Le Marche Accommodation | Villa in the Vineyard, Montelparo | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

A warm welcome awaits you in our beautifully renovated Italian farmhouse in the stunning, fertile region of Le Marche. The Villa nestles into the hillside with lovely vistas of mountains and historic hill towns. The Villa offers you exclusive use of the ground floor apartment. It has direct access to the large garden which extends into acres of vineyards, fruit orchards and olive groves. Relax in real comfort in wonderfully appointed self catering accommodation within our ecologically restored farmhouse, where the use of exceptionally high levels of insulation ensures a cozy stay in the colder months and a cool, comfortable one in the summer. The villa has a pure water chlorine-free swimming pool for you to cool off in during the summer months. The Villa is less than half an hour from the Adriatic coast and forty minutes from the Sibillini mountains. Your hosts are discreetly on hand to help you with all the information you need for a memorable stay; exploring the myriad of mediaeval hilltop towns and villages, enjoying the local culture and festivals, the clean beaches, the fascinating artistic heritage and wonderful culinary delights of this unspoiled, and waiting-to-be-discovered rural region.

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Hotel Leone Montelparo: Boutique Hotels Le Marche Italy

Hotel Leone Montelparo: Boutique Hotels Le Marche Italy | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it
Montelparo Hotels Le Marche Italy – Hotel Leone is a Boutique Style Hotel & Restaurant with Swimming Pool in Magnificient Hilltop Historic Montelparo Village, Le Marche Italy.
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Best Le Marche Accommodation: Casale Monastero sul Colle, Montelparo

Best Le Marche Accommodation: Casale Monastero sul Colle, Montelparo | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

Almost halfway between the Adriatic coast and the mountains of the Sibillini National Park is a gracious rural retreat that features four luxury suites and sleeps 8 people. Casale Monastero sul Colle is a villa for rent situated in the heart of Italy’s spectacular Marche countryside on a promontory high above the vineyards and orchards of the Aso Valley, looking across to three medieval hilltop towns – Force, Santa Vittoria in Matenano, and Montelparo. In the distance, the Sibillini Mountains offer snow-clad views in the winter, glorious wildflowers in the spring, and shimmering grandeur through the summer haze.
The home was named for a small group of Farfa Monks who were thought to once live in this very property. The Farfa are a Benedictine Order that first came to Le Marche at the end of the 9th century when they fled the onslaught of the Saracens and settled in the Fermo region. [...]

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N.10 - Successful "Case History" of foreigners buying a property in Le Marche

N.10 - Successful "Case History" of foreigners buying a property in Le Marche | Le Marche Properties and Accommodation | Scoop.it

On visiting Italy, Madeline and Tim were captivated by the beauty of the landscape in Le Marche. In Montelparo they were fortunate enough to fulfil their long held aspiration to renovate an old Italian building and to create a small, luxury, intimate hotel which incorporates their own style and taste. Every aspect of the hotel is individually designed, taking into consideration its essence, charm and uniqueness.
Fundamental to their philosophy is discreet and exemplary service, making each and every guest feel valued. The aim of the hotel is to provide both an excellent base for exploring the numerous attractions of the region and a sanctuary for those days when a less active itinerary is called for. For guests who require additional pampering spa treatments can easily be arranged.
All of this encapsulates the ethos of Hotel Leone, making it the perfect choice for an escape to Le Marche.
Hotel Leone is a handsome building which originates from the 15th century. The building originally consisted of two floors, the lower of which has an outstanding vaulted ceiling authentic to that era. The upper floor was added in the 20th century when the building was converted to a hotel and restaurant and was known as Taverna del Leone. The hotel consisted of nineteen guest bedrooms but only two bathrooms. It ceased functioning as a hotel in 1986 when the owner retired and the restaurant continued to operate for a few more years. Since that time the building remained as if frozen in time with everything from furniture down to the smallest items being left in situ.
Madeline and Tim discovered this gem in 2008 and have since dedicated their time, love and resources into restoring the building to its former glory whilst updating it with the facilities essential to the modern traveller. As a vital part of the restoration they have incorporated as many environmentally friendly aspects as possible into the design and fabric of the building, with great care being taken to be as eco-friendly as possible using solar power energy, locally sourced materials and rainwater collection where feasible.

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