Casa Umbra 6

Villa and pool for 6 in Umbria : Morre, Todi

Nice little touches

  • This villa is in its own private wooded valley and feels very private.
  • The air-conditioning is a welcome recent addition.

Good to know

  • The last section of the drive to the house is steep, first down then up - you will need to be in first gear and go steady. Not suitable for low clearance cars

Casa Umbra is a beautiful villa that accommodates up to six guests. This restored stone house boasts breathtaking views over olive groves, oak woods, and distant villages. Prepare to be enveloped in a serene atmosphere that allows you to reconnect with nature and experience a sense of tranquility. It's a place where you can truly feel that the world is aligned as it should be, and you are on top of it all.

Every bedroom in Casa Umbra is thoughtfully designed with en-suite facilities and equipped with air conditioning, ensuring maximum comfort during your stay. This makes it an ideal choice for a memorable family holiday or a joyful reunion trip with friends. The restoration of the house has been carried out using the golden local stone, preserving the authentic Umbrian country heritage while seamlessly incorporating modern amenities that cater to the needs of contemporary guests.

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the surrounding area, as there are plenty of remarkable destinations to explore. Just a short drive away, you'll find the enchanting hill towns of Todi and Orvieto, both renowned for their captivating beauty and historical significance. These towns offer a treasure trove of architectural marvels, cultural attractions, and delightful local cuisine that will leave you enchanted.

Additionally, the region is adorned with charming hill villages, each boasting its own unique character and charm. These villages are well worth a visit, and you'll be pleased to discover an array of excellent restaurants where you can indulge in authentic culinary experiences. Treat your taste buds to the flavors of Umbrian gastronomy, complemented by the warm hospitality that the region is known for.

At Casa Umbra traditional charm and modern convenience coexist harmoniously. Relax on the terrace, take a refreshing dip in the pool, or simply unwind in the inviting living spaces. Let the beauty of the surroundings and the comforts of Casa Umbra create cherished memories that will stay with you long after your stay.


There are many entrances to the house, all with inviting reasons to choose them. The paved covered patio furnished for outside dining and the incredible valley view leads either into a sitting room with a brick fireplace and comfortable sofas or into a dining room with a refectory table for 12.

Off the sitting room are a shower room and a spacious king double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Beyond the dining room is a fully equipped eat-in kitchen with double doors out to a patio and pizza oven. A twin bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a queen double bedroom with ensuite shower room on the upper floor can be reached either by the internal staircase in the dining room or by doors off the poolside patio, which is furnished for outdoor dining or watching the children at play in the large pool nearby.

Great attention has been paid to materials and furnishings; beamed ceilings, terracotta floors, good kitchen and bathroom fittings and country antiques find an easy harmony. Behind the house there is a BBQ, which makes gathering poolside for an evening meal and a view of sunset all the more natural.


Villa Details

  • Air Conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Free Parking
  • Private Pool
  • Fireplace
  • Pets Welcome

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

  • 1 King Double With Ensuite Bathroom
  • 1 Twin Bedroom With Ensuite
  • 1 Queen Double Bedroom With Ensuite
  • Hairdryer In Each Bathroom

Kitchen equipment

  • Coffee Maker
  • Kettle
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Oven
  • Pizza Oven
  • Toaster


  • Washing Machine
  • Fireplace
  • Iron And Ironing Board
  • Barbecue
  • Television
  • Fans In Each Bedroom
  • Baby Bed And High Chair
  • Central Heating
  • Air Conditioning (Extra)

What's included

  • Pool Towels Provided
  • Final Cleaning Included


  • Massage And Beauty Treatments Available On Request
  • Cooking Lessons Available On Request
  • Arrival Groceries Available On Request
  • Babysitting Available On Request
  • Catering Available On Request
  • Transport And Tours Available
  • Air Conditioning And Heating Costs To Be Paid Directly To The Owner, Calculated By Kwh


  • Swimming Pool: Dim 12 X 5, Depth 140 Cms Throughout. Open Mid-May To Mid-September. Can Be Kept Open Later For A Small Charge.

Nearby Activities


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“ Gorgeous, secluded house ”

This house is so beautiful and serene, surrounded by trees and the sound of cicadas and with a lovely view of rolling Umbrian hills. With thick stone walls it remains fairly cool irrespective of the surrounding temperature, and there is a good air flow through the house once doors and windows are open. The large pool is fabulous and warms nicely in the sun, but has the benefit of being increasingly shaded as the afternoon wears on. It is easy to spend the day lolling around the house without the need to go anywhere. But there are things to do: the area is very rural and sparsely populated, but the stunning hill towns of Todi and Orvieto are in relatively easy reach and there are numerous other places a bit further away.

Mario, the host, is very kind and helpful. He is able to offer recommendations of all kinds, and attends quickly to any questions or issues.

The road to the house is indeed a genuine challenge - I expected it to be a minor issue, but the steep and unpaved sections would likely be beyond the capability of smaller cars. I think Mario is working to pave the whole road (in which case it will be steep but otherwise perfectly fine) but is awaiting relevant permissions. The access road and other potholed roads around Umbria somewhat shredded our car's front tyres, which needed replacing in a Norauto garage before driving back to the UK.

David & family from UK staying in Casa Umbra . Jul 2023

“ Idyllic retreat ”

We loved our stay at Casa Umbra, a wonderful spacious rustic house and fabulous clean large pool, surrounded by wonderful countryside, wild flowers, butterflies and birds. Lovely walk up behind the house.

Our host Mario went out of his way to ensure all our needs were met, provided recommendations for local events/places, introduced ours kids to his horses and helped arrange a private yoga instructor/masseur visit. Yet at the same time did not intrude at all.

The area of umbria also proved very enjoyable with trips to Todi, Asissi & Spello, Orvieto and Marmore Falls by Terni. Plenty options for vineyard, olive farm, horse riding visits also.

Highly recommend Kairos restaurant in Izzalini, just short drive away.

When booking you are warned about the road and type of car to use to get to the house, this is genuine advice and should be heeded. The house is off the beaten track but 100% worth it !

Carmel & family staying in Casa Umbra . Jun 2023

“ Blissful retreat ”

Casa Umbra is the perfect setting for a peaceful and relaxing break. Nestled in the hillside, surrounded by nature and incredible views, it really does offer a everything you need for a complete getaway. We could not have asked for a better place to enjoy Southern Umbria. The access road is steep, so a larger car (4X4) is recommended.

Anonymous from UK staying in Casa Umbra . Sep 2022

“ We had a very relaxing stay ”

You will need to take care with the road leading to the accommodation as it can be steep and narrow in parts. But the villa is in an enviable location with excellent views of the surrounding hills and villages. We had a very relaxing stay. The kitchen is excellent, well equipped and very convenient for cooking. Bedroom very comfortable. The swimming pool is wonderful, with good sun-beds, and we liked very much the hammocks on the lawn at the front of the villa. There are a number of places outside to eat, so you can choose depending upon the time of day. Mario is a very welcoming, helpful and generous host, always available but also very conscious for the privacy of the guests.

D.C. staying in Casa Umbra . Dec 2018

“ It is just a wonderful place... ”

It is just a wonderfull place, beautifull villa with a very nice, romantic view of the small walley and surrounding hills. Ideal for families looking for silent place in umbrian nature. We spent there 1 week which was not enough for us. I would recommend to stay for 2 or even more weeks so you can discover the whole area and enjoy umbrian food, nature, thing should be highlighted here, the owner - Mario Santoro. His helpfull attitude and personlity made our stay much more pleasant. Thank you

M.O. staying in Casa Umbra . Oct 2017

“ ..the perfect hideaway in Italy's heartland ”

Located on a remote hill with a stunning view of the breathtaking landscape of Umbria, the Casa Umbra is the perfect hideaway in Italy's heartland. The elegant and luxurious residence is fully equipped with everything one needs for a perfect vacation. One can relax by the pool or read in one of the hammocks overlooking the hillside. The three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are spacious and provide perfect privacy even when sharing the house. The kitchen is fully equipped and even though one is fully surrounded by nature there is a fast internet connection, a TV and telephone. While it could be easy to loose oneself in the serenity of the place and just never leave the villa, one is still very close to the gems of Italian art and culture. Beautiful must see towns such as Todi, Orvieto, Perugia, and Assisi are just a short drive away and offer fantastic dining and outstanding cultural experiences. Me and my family would have loved to stay the whole summer and hope to come back soon.

N.D. staying in Casa Umbra . May 2017

“ Time at this Villa is simply remarkable ”

Time at this Villa is simply remarkable. The food, the staff, the hospitality, the comfort and the view are simply unmatched

C.T. staying in Casa Umbra . Aug 2017

“ One of the most beautiful places in the world! ”

One of the most beautiful places in the world! Peaceful surrounding, ideally arranged villa with exceptionally good taste, never ending visual and physical pleasure. To come back and experience again and again

K.I. staying in Casa Umbra . Dec 2017

“ A marvellously tranquil part of Umbria... ”

A marvellously tranquil part of Umbria, and a great house high on a hill. I have spent happy days there, and highly recommend it. Day trips to great places are to be found in every direction. I only hesitate to recommend it because I want to keep it to myself!

W.A.E. staying in Casa Umbra . Dec 2017

Where is Casa Umbra ?

Getting here

  • Florence Airport 90 minutes
  • Rome Airport 90 minutes
  • Orvieto Train Station 45 minutes

Around Casa Umbra

As this lovely house is on a fenced estate you can safely bring pets, and explore the surrounding woods and meadows on wonderful walks. Once you venture off the estate, however, there are many interesting outings available. Todi and Orvieto were on the important trade and pilgrim routes towards Rome. As a consequence, this area excels in important sculpture, architecture and paintings, including of course Orvieto's wonderful cathedral, whose facade, like a triptych with the dazzling Technicolor hues of its mosaics and richly beautiful sculptural detail, has earned it the nickname of the "Golden Lily of Cathedrals".

This area is famous for its food and wine, and one of Italy's most famous, (and most expensive) restaurants, Vissani, is very near by, at Baschi on Lake Corbara. There are masses of excellent restaurants everywhere and numerous wine cellars where you can try Orvieto's excellent wines and eat in the outdoor estate restaurant. Even better, you can arrange for an excellent cook to come to the house.

A wonderful place to stay and indulge yourself in a surfeit of views, art, food, wine and, above all, peace, the farmhouse is a perfect foundation for a memorable holiday.

Nearby Activities

  • Nearest villages Morre and Collelungo, have basic supplies
  • Sailing and Fishing in Lake Corbara, five minutes drive
  • Todi historic centre 15 kms (20 minutes)
  • Bagnoregio under an hour
  • Lake Bolsena one hour
  • Lake Trasimeno one hour

Sleeps: 6
From € 171 per day


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How to book

Is Casa Umbra perfect for you?

For availability and pricing see the calendar above. If you have any questions or would like help choosing, we visit our properties regularly and can help you choose and book the best villa for your holidays.

We can hold dates for you for 48 hours while you make sure everything lines up, then you simply pay the deposit (30% of total) to secure your booking. The balance will then be due 10 weeks before you travel. You can also add "XCover" to your booking for a full refund if you can't travel.

For more details see our Booking Conditions and XCover. You can add XCover to your booking at any time until you have paid your balance, simply ask your agent.

Worth knowing

Many local administrations now charge a “Tourist Tax” for people staying in rented accommodation and these vary from town to town. The charges are generally per person per night with a maximum number of nights, usually around 5 but sometimes 7, beyond which they will not charge. The charges range between 50 cents to 3 euro. Children are sometimes included, sometimes not and these charges should be collected by the property owners.

Not sure?

It can often be faster to contact us to ask for advice - we visit all the houses so can give you first hand advice based on your wishlist. Once you find a villa you like we can hold dates for you for up to 48 hours while you check flights or make sure everybody is on board.

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Booking Notes

  • Air conditioning and Heating costs to be paid directly to the owner, calculated by Kwh