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Ex Convento Cappuccini | house with kitchen-garden

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2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
6 guests
3 nights minimum
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Not far from the historic center of the medieval village of Belmonte Calabro, it is the former Capuchin monastery built in 1611. It was immediately welcomed by the Church of San Giuseppe and its bell tower which is recognizable Romanesque architecture. From here you enter the Ex Convent and was immediately greeted in the beautiful cloister where you will find the well-cistern and on two sides of the sundials, used to read the time. Former Convent | house with garden is located in a wing of the former convent. The holiday home has a private entrance and is surrounded by a huge garden-vegetable garden, private: a wonderful citrus grove centenary, an olive grove, vegetable gardens cultivated according to organic farming principles and a synergic vegetable garden cultivated for guests of Casa...Not far from the historic center of the medieval village of Belmonte Calabro, it is the former Capuchin monastery built in 1611. It was immediately welcomed by the Church of San Giuseppe and its bell tower which is recognizable Romanesque architecture. From here you enter the Ex Convent and was immediately greeted in the beautiful cloister where you will find the well-cistern and on two sides of the sundials, used to read the time. Former Convent | house with garden is located in a wing of the former convent. The holiday home has a private entrance and is surrounded by a huge garden-vegetable garden, private: a wonderful citrus grove centenary, an olive grove, vegetable gardens cultivated according to organic farming principles and a synergic vegetable garden cultivated for guests of Casa Capuchin .. From all the windows you have a wonderful view of the natural landscape, made up of campaigns and pristine hills. From the garden you have a panoramic view of the Calabrian coast, Tyrrhenian Sea and, on a clear day, the volcano Stromboli and the Aeolian Islands. Calabria is also an ideal winter retreat for those fleeing from the cold. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, even in winter there are sunny days. It also has the least number of rainy days throughout Italy. More
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Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
DVD Player
Stove
Grill
Suitable For Children Under 5
Refrigerator
Washer
Water Views
Outdoor Dining Area
Freezer
Private Yard
Cable/satellite TV
Soap/Shampoo Provided
Waterfront
Beach Or Lakeside Relaxation
Hairdryer
TV
Parking
Shared Yard
Rural/Countryside Retreats
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About the Owner
Stefano C
Languages spoken:English, Italian
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:May 2013
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About the neighborhood
Belmonte was founded in about 1270, under the reign of King Charles I of Anjou, with the construction of a castle in the territory of Amantea by Drogone di Beaumont, the marshal responsible for new fortification in Calabria, in order to provide resistance against partisans fighting for the claimant Conradin of Hohenstaufen. During the War of the Sicilian Vespers (1282), Belmonte was conquered by Sicilian-Aragonese troops. It was elevated to the status of county, and assigned to Peter Salvacossa. In 1360 the county was awarded by Queen Joan II of Naples to a family of Amantea, which maintained it until 1443. In that year the Aragonese transformed Belmonte into a barony and assigned it to the Tarsia family, who maintained it until 1578. During the feudal tenure of this family the petrarchan...
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