Our bed and breakfast is located in a unique position, surrounded by natural beauty and tranquility, yet just a short walk from the city! It is a special place for us because it is where our grandparents lived, and this breathtaking view and the scent of lavender are indelible memories of our childhood! We are happy to share these experiences with you! Just a stone's throw from the city walls, but already immersed in the peace of the countryside.
The bed and breakfast "Lavender and Rosemary" is a charming newly built villa located among the centuries-old olive trees of our beloved grandparents, Checco and Lella, where lavender and rosemary bushes used to grow spontaneously.
Inside the structure, everything has been designed to maintain a connection with tradition and offer you the experience of living immersed in the scents and colors of our land.
The rooms, all furnished in a double style with private bathroom and air conditioning, are inspired by the colors of the surrounding nature: the silvery green of the olive trees, the shades of roses, the yellow of the broom of Subasio and the purple of lavender.
Our guests will have the pleasure of enjoying abundant breakfasts of homemade pastries and jams, served in the dining room or on the large porch with a splendid view of the Umbrian valley.
The particular location of the structure allows you to choose between relaxing walks in the countryside or in the historic center, or easily reach by car or public transport all the main places of interest in our region.
Furthermore, for cycling enthusiasts, it is possible to organize sightseeing tours with an expert guide at your disposal.
We will be happy to provide you with all the material and information necessary to make your stay in Umbria unforgettable.
Our structure is located near the majestic Church of San Damiano, where the famous Canticle of the Creatures was composed by Francis in perfect harmony with nature and the tranquility of these places. According to a fascinating legend, in the distant year 1205, while Francis was praying inside the Church, the Crucifix spoke to him with the famous words "Go and repair my dwelling, which as you can see, is in ruins." Shortly after, Saint Clare settled here, founding the order of the Poor Clares. Even today, what leaves a deep impression is the silence and the extraordinary spirituality that one can breathe in this place.