Todi Hilltop Tower House | Umbria
“Built in the 12th century, this ancient stronghold has been carefully restored into a state-of-the-art vacation home. Equipped with everything guests may need to enjoy a dream holiday, the Tower comfortably accommodates up to 13 guests”
The Todi Hilltop Tower develops vertically into 4 floors, all connected with an elevator, culminating with an incredible panoramic terrace.
Divided into modern suites and apartments, each room incorporates the Tower’s original features with a luxurious modern design.
With the first floor as the entrance hall, on the ground floor guests will finds the main entertainment areas. Here lies a spacious living room, a dining room, a kitchen and a bathroom. The raw stone walls and high-set windows on this floor allow guests to admire the purity of the Tower’s architectural lines.
The second floor is home to a spacious living room, 2 double bedrooms and a reading room with 1 single bed. On this floor also lie 1 bathroom with a shower and 1 bathroom with a Jacuzzi.
The third and fourth floors, on the other hand, have basically the same structure. Both have 2 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living/dining room and a fully equipped kitchen. Their main difference would be the bathrooms. Although both have one bathroom with Jacuzzi and one with shower, the third floor also has a sauna.
Displaying exposed beams, stone fireplaces and antique doors, the mix between modern furnishings and family items makes each room unique.
The most distinct space in the Tower, however, has to be upstairs terrace. This 24-meter high space invites guests to relish the 360° view over the Todi valley. As one of the many towers that one day guarded the city of Todi, the subsequent towers can be admired in the distance. The medieval city of Assisi, another very famous destination, can also be seen in the horizon.
With approximately 1 hectare of land, the Todi Hilltop Tower is surrounded by a century-old garden enriched by a precious assortment of roses. Surrounded by greenery is also the charming 18th century chapel.
On the edge of an old olive grove, the 15x3m swimming pool sits by a a modern and well equipped lounge.
The Todi Hilltop Tower is located in the heart of Umbria, popularly known as the lungs of Italy. One of the most authentic and bucolic Italian destinations, the region is rich in history and art. As the homeland of San Benedetto and San Francesco, Umbria is also popular for its religious attractions.
Sitting at about 8 km from Todi, the Tower is also within a short distance to other famous cities. Assisi, Perugia , Spoleto, Montefalco, Bevagna and Orvieto, for instance, are only rom 30 to 40 km away. Rome and Florence are also easily reachable by car or train in no more than two hours.