A rustic 19th-century country house, Sole Del Sodo is a 5-minute drive from Cortona. It offers historic stone interiors, plus an outdoor pool with panoramic views of the Tuscan countryside.
Apartments come with country-style furniture and feature very characteristic bare-stone walls and wood-beamed ceilings. Each one has a living area with sofa and TV, plus a fully equipped kitchenette and some also have a fireplace. Rooms have a patio.
The property’s restaurant opens on request and serves traditional Tuscan cuisine and wines. Breakfast is available and includes Italian coffee and cappuccino, along with homemade cakes.
Free services provided on site include parking and Wi-Fi access in public areas.
Il Sole Del Sodo is 2,300 feet from the SR 71 state road. You can reach the shores of Lake Trasimeno by car in less than 20 minutes.
The villa is situated near an important archeological site named "SODO" and takes the name from it and from the fact that the sun is looking at the house until sunset .The fully equipped kitchen provide with all the tools for making meals ,There is one big lunch and dinner room called Pastaia ,one comfortable living room with fireplace ,private swimming pool ,private parking and a cousy always flowering garden .If you want to live the house by your self the home surely welcome you and shortly you will feel in vacation , but if you want we offer upon request extra services like :"private chef ", tours design upon your whishes , trekking with a experience guide around the country side and mountain , wine tasting ,cooking class and guided tours of Cortona town and surrondings what we consider to be one of the most interesting and historical places in all of Tuscany.
If you can manage to tear yourself away from the calm atmosphere and the refreshing private pool with lots of shade nooks for reading and relaxing, you will find that the position of il Sodo del Sole is perfect for exploring central Italy. Arezzo should be the first stop on our list, especially on the first full weekend of the month when it hosts a large antique fair in the city streets.
The Lake of Trasimeno has been a popular stop for those looking not only for beautiful vistas but also come fun at sandy beaches and watersports. If you go a little further east you can explore the churches of Assisi with their amazing afrescos and the world famous chocolate of Perugia. Montepulciano to the south will delight you with it’s excellent wines and cobble stoned streets. Florence and Siena are both easy to get to with the use of the main highways which connect them.