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Casa Mila
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Reviewed 7 December 2012

My wife and I stayed here for a week at the end of three weeks in Italy.

Sansepolcro is a charming village without the challenges inherent in a hilltop village such as Cortona where you have to park further away, and getting to and from your lodging is up a hill. In Sansepolcro the terrain is easy and this apartment is quite central. Parking is less than 200 metres away and on arrival we drove to the apartment entrance, dumped our bags, and then parked in a large car park outside the village walls.

Nor is it so crowded as Siena where decent parking is likely to be a long way from the city centre.

Because we were here in the middle of winter we had the apartment to ourselves, so we had the downstairs apartment with ensuite bathroom, and kitchen/dining area, which opens through French doors to the yard.

Our apartment was toasty warm, and yet because the exterior walls are about 2 feet thick I image it would be pleasantly cool in summer.

As much as possible we immersed ourselves in the rythm of the village. Our regular morning coffee haunt was up the street and turn right towards the square/piazza and the coffee shop is just there on your right after the information centre.

If we had dinner in town we scheduled to eat after 7.30 pm and there are some very excellent restaurants here. Our three favorites were Da Ventura, Osteria de Poeti, and Ristorante Fiorentino.

We have also posted a photo of a deli that we used many times. There are a number of delis here but this one had good products- cheeses, meats, olives, wines etc, but also the owner, while he had no English, was excellent to work with and while we had no Italian, we managed to get what we wanted each time. We liked his style. A great sense of humour and a steady clientelle. As far as we can make out the shop is called Pizzacheria. To find him, again go up or down Via Firenzuola which is the street the apartment is in, go one block closer to the main square, and turn right, going several blocks until just after the Doppleganger store and there he is.

Ok, back to our apartment. While the owners weren't there in the middle of winter, they have an English couple who live locally who facilitated our arrival, care and departure.

There is everything in the apartment you could need, and furthermore, Sansepolcro is a great base from which to travel to other centers such as Siena, Montepulciano, and Cortona.

The rooms are spacious and the bed really comfy. We liked staying here and will gladly do so again.

This stay represented excellent value for money and we both very heartily recommend it.

Because we found it on recommendations from others who had stayed here, we know the value of such recommendations. For a couple such as us this was a perfect stay, but the apartments also appear to cater for families, with lots of activities for kids on a raining day.

Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
3  Thank BruceFarquhar
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Reviewed 27 October 2011

We (four adults and two young children) stayed in the Gaudi Apartment for 10 days in early September 2011. With three bedrooms, three bathrooms and access to a large private garden) Casa Mila was ideal for our visit. Our hosts Val and Colin could not have been more welcoming and helpful - great advice on places to visit, shopping, restaurant choices, arranging cooking classes and explaining transport options. This made the stay very relaxing, and ensured we made the most of our visit. On Val's recommendation, our visit dates were slightly rearranged to ensure we were in Sansepolcro for the Annual Crossbow Tournament (Palio della Balestra) - a tournament against Gubbio held annually for the last 400 years. What a spectacle and experience with drummers, buglers, flag wavers, historical town and church dignitaries all in medieval dress! Sansepolcro was a great location to have an extended stay in Tuscany, and the visit was immeasurably enhanced by the Casa Mila location in the old town and the hospitality and advice offered by Val and Colin. Highly recommended

Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 March 2011

We stayed a week at Casa Mila and had a wonderful stay in this beautiful and historic 14th Century Tuscan home. We stayed in the Giardino apartment with access to the lovely garden which was so relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing.The apartment is clean, well equipped and very comfortable. Val and Colin were wonderful hosts and welcomed us warmly into their home.They were always more than happy to help out with any enquiries. We had a car with us and did day trips to Perugia, Assisi, Cortona, Gubbio and the picturesque little town nearby called Anghiari. Sansepolcro was fascinating to explore and we enjoyed trying out the many delicious trattorias, bakeries, and delis. There are also museums with wonderful artworks, galleries and churches which all add to the Town's appeal. Thankyou Val and Colin, we hope to return one day to this little piece of Paradise!

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank RosieNarma
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Reviewed 20 October 2010

Everything is set in very good taste, the landlords are friendly and helpful. Good wireless connection (not to be taken for granted in Italian B&Bs). Delightful garden.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 7 August 2010

A friend and I stayed at Casa Mila for a week in June and thoroughly enjoyed every moment at this lovely, peaceful and very comfortable 14th century home away from home. We had the downstairs apartment which was just perfect. It has a well-equipped kitchen with french doors opening out to the very pretty garden so we ate outside under the trees every day and enjoyed the sunshine and peaceful surroundings. Colin & Val are great hosts and did everything they could (and more) to make our stay memorable which it certainly was. Sansepolcro is a flat town and therefore very easy to get around...Casa Mila is only a few minutes walk from the Piazza. A highlight for me was getting to see and feel the way of life in an Italian town. We did day trips to Cortona, Perugia, Arezzo, Florence and Anghiari by bus or train or both. I hope one day to return to Casa Mila and enjoy some more of that wonderful hospitality that Colin & Val give so generously. It is the perfect place to stay if you want a relaxed holiday in a peaceful place that is very central to so many other beautiful Tuscan towns and cities

  • Stayed: June 2010
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