Casa del Guardia

House, 120 m², Sleeps 6 people
3 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms

Casa del Guardia was the game-keeper’s house; with its large common areas, including a living room, an eat-in kitchen, a front patio and a rear terrace, it is ideal for a family with children.

From the living room, two steps down give access to a spacious combination kitchen-dining room, full of light, with high beamed ceilings, windows on two sides, and large fireplace.

One bedroom has a bathroom en suite and the two other bedrooms share a second bathroom. Both bathrooms have shower over tub. In two bedrooms the beds can be united as a queen or separated as twin singles; in the third bedroom the bed is necessarily queen.

At the front of the house is a vine-shaded patio with table and chairs for outdoor dining; at the rear, accessed through the master bedroom, is a panoramic terrace overlooking the valley with a spectacular view of the sunset.

High Season

€ 480 / Night

+ € 145 one-time fee

Mid Season

€ 380 / Night

+ € 145 one-time fee

Low Season

€ 250 / Night

+ € 290 one-time fee

Minimum stay of 3 nights.

High Season :  June and September
Mid Season :  May, July, August, October and Christmas/New Year holidays
Low Season :  March, April and November

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Interesting Facts:

In this house lived the gamekeeper, or Guardiacaccia (called “Guardia” for short), with his family. The stone kitchen floor still shows signs of the wall that once divided it into two rooms. By 1970 the rear part had become a storeroom where sausages hung from the rafters.

The castle had a large bread oven for the needs of all its inhabitants, but the gamekeeper had his own oven, at the back of the patio. Having more access to wild game than most, with his job of maintaining the trails, accompanying the hunters and seeing to it that they paid for their catch and obeyed the rules, he prospered and probably ate more meat than the other inhabitants of Montalto.

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