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Palazzo Angeli-Bufalini (XVII secolo)

Sant’Anatolia di Narco, Valnerina – Umbria

Palazzo Angeli-Bufalini, a nobiliary residence of XVII Century, built on the remains of an ancient tower and recently restored, is situated in the centre of a little village in Valnerina, St. Anatolia di Narco, at 10 km from Spoleto, at 30 km from Norcia, Montefalco and Bevagna, at 40 km from Assisi and Todi, at 60 km from Perugia, Gubbio, Città di Castello and Orvieto. Rome is about 130 km from there, and it’s easy to reach by train from Spoleto’s Station, in one hour and twenty minutes or about 2 hours by car. Siena, Arezzo and Florence are at about two hours of travel.

The House, built in accordance with the architectonic and structural canons of XVII Century, has been restored preserving the ancient typologies. At the ground-floor there is a large Entrance-hall covered by a circular vault, and a stone staircase covered with vaults and stucco works, that leads to the upper floors.

The part intended for hospitality consists of two large apartments, with different characteristics, reflecting their ancient function.

First-Floor Apartment. The apartment is on the first and second floor of the House, and has been restored in accordance with the tradition and furnished with original pieces, but according to modern comfort and hospitality principles. It accommodates four/six persons, and consists of a sitting-room, a living-room, a large kitchen with a fireplace, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a terrace overlooking the valley. The apartment is equipped with TV, vacuum-cleaner, hoover and dishwasher.

Ground-Floor Apartment. The apartment overlooks the large Entrance-hall of the House, and has been made out of the ancient store-rooms, whose characteristic structures have been turned into a new furnishing function, as the stone-basin where wine was produced, now converted in a comfortable and coloured divan.
The apartment is furnished with old pieces and work instruments, but according to modern comfort and hospitality principles. It accommodates four/six persons, and consists of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sitting-room and a large living-room with a kitchen-corner. The apartment is equipped with TV, vacuum-cleaner, hoover and washing-machine.