Casa Surfinia stands slightly remote approx. 100 m from the church of Castell'Umberto and the big square, which acts as a meeting place for the whole of the town night and day. Approx. 100 m further along there is a large garden with public outdoor swimming pool (open from 5 July till 31 August) and tennis court.
The house was built in the 1970s when the owners returned from the more hectic Turin, where they worked in the FIAT-factories. Sarina chose to return to her home town and now manages the house and a hairdressing salon in town. She missed the large woods and the views over Rocche Del Castro which dominates the landscape at sunset. When their child left home she decided to convert part of the house for tourist accommodation and established two apartments for this purpose.
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Painting the facade of the house has never been completed but this is very common in the southernmost part of Italy. It is no problem parking in the road by the house as there is always room.
Both apartments are pleasantly furnished and enjoy views over the town and the sea from the balcony/terrace. Here you can relax both indoors and outside and even though the town centre is nice and close the surroundings are still quiet.
Apartment Mansarda is situated on the second floor. It should be noted that access to this floor is via a spiral staircase from the first to the second floor and there is no elevator in the house. The apartment has a kitchen-dining room with two armchairs and a little dining table, bedroom with double bed and view of Rocche del Castro, bathroom with toilet and shower plus an enormous terrace with table, chairs and sun umbrella, with a view of the sea, the town and the mountains. It is possible to make an extra bed up wither in the bedroom or kitchen-dining room but the accommodation is not suitable for children under 12 years. The apartment also has air conditioning, which can be used at extra cost.
Apartment Camino is on the first floor and there is no elevator in the building. It is a charming and spacious apartments although not suitable for children under 12 years. The apartment has a kitchen-dining room with fireplace and en suite living room with two lovely and comfortable sofas, bedroom with double bed, bedroom with single bed and extra bed if required and bathroom with toilet and shower. A wide balcony ending in a terrace with garden furniture and a sun umbrella runs along the northern and eastern side of the building. From the balcony there is a view of the sea, the town and partly over the mountains.