Attention to detail and loving care distinguish Villa Cappella from other vacation rentals – fine linens, strategic lighting inside and out, fabulous bathrooms, antiques and pieces of art from around the world...
I can't say enough about the peace and tranquility of this beautifully restored farmhouse, nestled in the woods and fields of the Italian countryside. We have been to Italy many, many times in the past. This was like being in a movie.

S. and J. Skibiak, Brussels, Belgium

The house has traditional terracotta floors, original stone walls and wood and terracotta ceilings. All windows have screens and the bedrooms have fans. Given the altitude (500 meters) and Villa Cappella’s thick stone walls, the interior of the house stays deliciously cool all summer long. Even at the height of summer, guests need a sweater or light jacket for evenings on the terrace and are grateful for their quilts at night! Air conditioning is not required.

The house is spread out over three levels. The main floor includes spacious living and family rooms and a country kitchen—all of which open directly onto a large grapevine-covered terrace.  The living room includes a sofa and chairs clustered around a fireplace and an upright piano. 

The gourmet kitchen has the full range of modern appliances and is properly equipped with stainless steel cookware, table service and linens for gourmet dining. Its natural light and size make the kitchen ideal for cooking lessons. The kitchen also includes the original wood-fired pizza oven, a table that can accommodate up to ten people, and cookbooks.

Completing the main floor is a family room with sofa bed, a full bathroom with bath/shower, and a utility room with an extra sink and toilet.

The bedrooms have independent heating, screens and fans. All beds are furnished with North American-standard mattresses, fine linens and good reading lights. The bathrooms are tastefully finished with unique tiles and modern fixtures. Should a fifth bedroom be required, there is a comfortable sofa bed in the family room.

Il Mandorlo (The Almond Tree) is an upper bedroom with twin beds, an ensuite bathroom with shower, and a view of rolling hills and the castle.

Il Nocciolo (The Hazlenut Tree) is an upper bedroom with a king-sized bed, an ensuite bathroom with shower, and a view of rolling hills, the terrace and the rock garden.

Il Noce (The Walnut Tree) is a two-bedroom suite on the lower level, with direct access to the garden and the orchard. The main floor bathroom (up a flight of stairs) is dedicated to the Il Noce Suite. One of the rooms has a queen-sized bed; the other has twin beds. It is most suitable for a couple or for a young family.