San Marco di Montefalco Bed and Breakfast in Umbria
A quiet and relaxing place to sleep in Montefalco. Comfortable rooms, garden and breakfast
Are you looking for a quiet and relaxing place to sleep in Montefalco? A place that offers comfortable rooms, garden, breakfast, parking and free wi-fi? Then the b & b San Marco is the ideal accommodation for your needs! The structure is equipped with…
Sleeping in Montefalco
The rooms of the b&b San Marco are equipped with all services
All you need
Abundant breakfast with cakes, treats and jams
Your good morning will be a rich breakfast prepared with love by Carla, full of flavors and aromas typical of our region
Parking your car in the San Marco b & b is not a problem
Guests of the B & B San Marco can take advantage of free parking. Cars can be parked directly in the large square in front of the house.
Un rilassante giardino dove goderti vari angoli di verde e di tranquillità
Our rooms have been designed to offer you everything you need. Comfortable beds and ceilings with exposed wooden beams and terracotta floors. Furniture in poor art, wardrobes with plenty of space to hang clothes. Private bathroom with shower, high quality linens and free toiletries. Independent heating, Wi-Fi, Garden, Barbercue, Gazebo, Free parking, Pets allowed, Laundry service.
The rooms of the San Marco Bed and Breakfast and all indoor and outdoor areas of the hotel are equipped with fast and free Wi-Fi
The rooms of the b&b San Marco all have a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, radiator, heated towel rails, complete set of linen and courtesy service.
Rich breakfast, every morning different
Breakfast at the San Marco b&b
How to get to the San Marco Bed and Breakfast
We are just minutes from the Borgo di Montefalco, in the province of Perugia in Umbria
Reaching the b&b San Marco is very simple! We are just minutes from the village of Montefalco, between Assisi and Spoleto, in the province of Perugia in Umbria. The house is located within a beautiful garden with various corners of greenery and…
Montefalco and surroundings
The village of Montefalco:
Montefalco is an enchanting medieval village located in the center of Umbria, between Assisi and Spoleto, in the province of Perugia. The town "City of Wine and City of Oil" is also known as the "railing of Umbria" because it is located on top of a hill where you can enjoy an extraordinary panorama. As well as for its beautiful natural paintings and the magnificent views of the Umbrian plain. Moreover, not to be missed, for art lovers, the prestigious Museum of San Francesco, one of the most beautiful in Italy, which houses the most important examples of Renaissance painting in Umbria
The Sagrantino di Montefalco:
The Sagrantino di Montefalco is an Umbrian excellence, famous all over the world. Its production, in the versions, dry or raisin, is allowed, entirely, only in Montefalco and a small part in Bevagna and neighboring municipalities. In fact, this is the area where the highest quality is obtained, thanks to the climate, the territory and the care of the Umbrian winemakers. In short, if you want to taste a glass of the best Sagrantino, come to Montefalco. Here you will find numerous wineries where you can sip this famous drink. Also worthy of note are the excellent extra virgin olive oil and honey.
The Giorgione restaurant:
Montefalco is also the ideal destination for lovers of food and wine tourism, who are looking for a simple, abundant cuisine, made of ingredients, products and flavors of the territory. In fact, just 5 minutes drive from the San Marco b&b, you can book a dinner in the restaurant "Alla via di mezzo". In the restaurant you will find Giorgione, the now famous Italian chef who is a popular supporter on TV. Always available with his friendly affability and kindness, not only to make you enjoy the delicacies of his kitchen, but also for photos and selfies. Without forgetting, the relationship between the quality of the food, the quantity and the price, which are unparalleled.
The Church of San Francesco:
The Church of San Francesco, built between 1335 and 1338, is the most important place of historical / touristic interest in Montefalco. Here Benozzo Gozzoli, in 1452, reached the "status" of master making his most important work. The frescoes of the chapel of San Girolamo, but above all, those of the apse. A true eulogy to beauty: twelve scenes depicting twenty stories from the life of Saint Francis. One of the most important sequences of the Italian Renaissance. The church is part of the Museum Complex of San Francesco. Not to be missed inside: the Pinacoteca, the Francescan cellars and the contemporary art gallery.