The villa itself is a complex of several agricultural buildings that stand around a central main residence.
Today the complex of Villa Sobrano is made up of a courtyard, an entrance garden, the garden of the Villa itself, a small chapel and a fortified building erected in the 13th century known as the 'Castello'.
Built in the 19th century, the villa reflects a design commonly used by local landowners for their country residences.
It is divided into 4 double rooms and 2 suites, each with its own sitting room.
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All the rooms are entirely furnished with period pieces, each with their own private bathroom and every modern comfort.
The villa also contains a communal sitting room and a dining room.
The lower section of the villa offers access to an interesting, 50-metre long gallery known as the 'bottaia', that houses a series of ancient oak barrels for storing and ageing wine.
The gallery leads to the cellars beneath the villa where guests can taste the wines produced on the Villa Sobrano estate.
Guests at Villa Sobrano have a variety of activities available to them, from simple walks in the countryside to horse riding, mountain bike excursions, following the cooking lessons at the Perugia Cordon Bleu school, or hiring an authorised guide to show them the marvels of Todi and other Umbrian towns such as Orvieto, Perugia or Assisi.
From the north (Florence):
Along the A1 motorway exit at Valdichiana, take the Perugia-Bettolle superstrada towards Perugia, past Lake Trasimene until you pass by Perugia. Turn off onto the E45 towards Terni-Roma and continue for 20 minutes until you reach the Todi exit.
From the south (Orvieto):
Along the A1 motorway exit at Orvieto and follow the road along Lake Corbara towards Todi for roughly 20 minutes.
From the south (Rome):
Along the A1 motorway exit at Orte, take the Orte-Terni superstrada and turn off onto the E45 Perugia-Cesena superstrada. Continue for 15 minutes and exit at Collevalenza or the following exit of Todi-S. Damiano.
Italian Ferrovie dello Stato railway from Orvieto, Orte and/or Terni and Perugia, get off at Todi-Ponte Rio.
Perugia 'Sant'Egidio' airport roughly 35 minutes away by car. International Rome-Fiumicino 'Leonardo da Vinci' airport roughly 1 hour 30 minutes away by car.
Rome 'Ciampino' airport roughly 1 hour 30 minutes away by car. A bus service to Todi runs three times daily. Pick-up service can be arranged on request.