Description of Glamping Units
This cozy accommodation is located near Monti Sibillini National Park, Italy, and can provide two guests with an idyllic getaway to the rolling hills of the province of Macerata. Set less than a mile from the national park, the accommodation provides guests with an excellent base camp from which to explore its magnificent alpine landscapes, as well as a peaceful retreat onto itself.
The accommodation is comprised of two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and a kitchen. In the bedrooms, guests will find comfortable beds dressed in linens. The bathroom is fitted with a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Towels are provided. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, and a refrigerator with a freezer, along with a four-person dining table. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a television, heating, a private entrance, and a washing machine.
Outside, guests will find a barbecue area, a garden, a pond, a hot tub, and a swimming pool surrounded by lounge chairs shaded by parasols. Read More
- Dining table
- Internet connection
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Private entry
- Running water
- Towels provided
At the property, guests will enjoy a variety of amenities and shared facilities for their comfort, convenience, and relaxation. For their comfort and convenience, guests are provided with complimentary Wi-Fi, linens, towels, and access to a barbecue area and a washing machine for their personal laundry. For relaxation, they will find a hot tub, a garden with seating, and an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by lounge chairs with parasols.
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Outdoor pool
Location + Surroundings
This accommodation is located in the countryside of the medieval village of Sarnano, where it is situated in the rolling hills of Italy's Macerata province. Here, guests will enjoy a peaceful, bucolic setting in which they will find a garden, a century-old fig tree, oak trees, lotus flowers, grassy areas, a pond, and a swimming pool with picturesque views of the Sibillini Mountains. At the same time, guests will be near a number of natural and recreational attractions, including Lake Pilate (Lago di Pilato), Lake Fiastra (Lago di Fiastra), Hell's Gorge (Gole dell'Infernaccio), Mount Sibilla (Monte Sibilla), the Red Blades of Fiastra (Le Lame Rosse di Fiastra), the thermal baths of Terme di San Giacomo, and the Bolognola-Sassotetto ski area.
To the south and west, the area is surrounded by Monti Sibillini National Park (Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini). Straddling the border between the Marche and Umbria regions of Italy, the park encompasses 70,000 hectares (172,973 acres) of rugged, natural landscapes that are centered around the peaks of the Sibillini Mountains—one of the most scenic sections of the Apennines. The park's lush meadows, wooded hills, alpine lakes, and river valleys provide habitats to an abundance of wildlife and birds, such as wolves, chamois, brown bears, porcupines, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, snow finches, and owls, along with 1,800 species of plants, which include a panoply of mountain flowers such as martagon lilies, edelweiss, and a variety of orchids. The park is also dotted with 18 charming towns, which are nestled between the mountains and are full of historic castles, abbeys, artwork, and town centers dating back to the Middle Ages.
The nearest international airports are Federico Fellini International Airport and Abruzzo International Airport, both of which are about two hours from the site. Read More
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Hot springs
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
With a national park, a scenic lake, ski slopes, and a number of Medieval towns nearby, guests will be able to pursue a variety of activities no matter which season they visit this glamping site.
At Sibillini National Park (Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini), guests will find the outdoor recreation enthusiast's equivalent to a playground, with opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, climbing, hang gliding, and paragliding amid the park's stunning alpine landscapes. While exploring the latter, guests will have ample opportunities for birdwatching and wildlife viewing, with species such as wolves, chamois, brown bears, porcupines, golden eagles, peregrine falcons, snow finches, and owls to be spotted. Plant and wildflower lovers will also be in paradise, with 1,800 species to identify or simply appreciate.
For water-based recreation, guests can head to the azure waters of the park's Lake Fiastra, where they can go swimming, kayaking, boating, and fishing. For sightseeing, guests can visit the spectacular geological formations known as the Red Blades of Fiastra (Le Lame Rosse di Fiastra) and the steep-walled, river-threaded mountain gap known as Hell's Gorge (Gole dell'Infernaccio). For skiing, guests can hit the slopes at the Bolognola-Sassotetto ski area.
Last but certainly not least, guests can visit the 18 charming towns that are nestled between the mountains of the national park. Here, they will find unique options for shopping and dining, as well as opportunities to see historic castles, abbeys, artwork, and town centers dating back to the Middle Ages.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.
Pets are permitted with prior approval and for an additional fee of 5.00€ per day or 15.00€ for stays that are longer than three days. Both prices are excluding taxes that will be applied.
Guests should contact the host for information regarding the property's policy on smoking.