The North of the Marche region (Pesaro-Urbino province) has a wide variety of different landscapes and rich history, heavily influenced by the Renaissance.
Urbino (a UNESCO world heritage site), Saint Marin, Urbania, the Frassassi caves, the "Alpi della Luna" mountains and the castle of San Leo are all a short drive away.
Still an insider tip, the area provide rich opportunities to hikers, mountain bikers but also to motorcyclists.
I am pleased to offer you what we enjoy every day: song of the birds, fragrance, relaxing view, peace and tranquility.
Ca'Agostino is a personal guest house in the hilly heart of the rural Montefeltro area, overlooking the beautiful Foglia valley.
An ample breakfast is offered, delicious home-made meals are available based principally on organic and local ingredients.
Children are very welcome,
dogs as well.
The double rooms, also the family room, are all with private bath and individually rentable.
In the garden you find the shady pergola and individual breakfast areas, as well as sunny and naturally shaded areas, sun loungers and a view protected meadow with outdoor shower.
Internet Wi-Fi is free, mountain bikes and hiking maps are available.
Parking is available on the premises.
There is no smoking in the house.
Peter has amazing life experience, is an excellent (and efficient too!) cook, and take great care of his guests. We and my parents from China enjoyed our stay at his mountain house on the hill. His guest rooms are beautifully decorated with original details. Peter made us an international dinner the last night which was very tasty! His insights of the region is deep and gave us really good advice on what to see.
“Dear Peter, We will remember the lovely nights in your house in july, and specially the diners, (you are really a very good cook!), the fantastic views from your terrace and the nice towns and villages in the surroundings. After that, we have visited the majella and gran sasso mountains, and returning by visiting mantova and the region in France above Basel. (With the wonderful Le Corbusier chapel in Ronchamp). We haven't seen everthing (and we love it) so there is reason enough to come back once. Thank you, and hope to see you once again, (and always welcome in Belgium)”
"Peter was a very welcoming and informative host - he is obviously passionate about the area and gave us some very good tips for places to go/eat. The place itself is stunning, waking up to the view every morning and drifting off to sleep to the sound of nightingales was idyllic. Being isolated, it is a little on the rustic side - so if you're looking for 5 * accommodation, this might not be the place for you - but it is worth it for the views and the feeling of isolation. Peter made us feel very comfortable, and went out of his way to assist in any way he could."
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