Guests that rent one of our villas for their holidays will be welcomed by our basket of genuine Italian products from our land: our own estate red wine, white wine and extra virgin olive oil. We will also provide you with milk, water, bread, butter, eggs, biscuits, salt, sugar, tea, coffee, jam.
A member of our staff will be in attendance upon your arrival, ready to provide you with all the information you may require about the surroundings, activities, trips and any other information you may need to feel at home. Our attentive staff will remain available for any assistance you might require during your stay with us.
Maps, guide books and local travel books are provided for you to consult, along with an informative Guest Book, regularly updated with practical data on the Villa’s activities, shopping hours and train hours. You will find also information to discover those special hidden places, village feasts and typical local restaurants not advertised on mainstream tourist brochures.
Upon request, Tenuta Santa Cristina offers a full range of extra services:
– Tarnsfers to and from the Airport (Fiumicino and Ciampino)
– Excursions Service
– Guided tours of Lathium, Umbria and Tuscany
– Tickets reservation for Museums and Theaters
– Made service
– Wine and oil tasting
– Mozzarella and local cheeses tasting
– Italian cooking classes
Tenuta Santa Cristina puts at disposal of its guests several activities included in the rental price. These facilities are located in front of Tenuta Santa Cristina main entrance:
- Table Tennis
- Five-a-side football
We are pleased to freely provide you with tennis rackets (also for children), table tennis rackets and balls.
At a short distance from Tenuta Santa Cristina it is also possible to do horse riding. This activity is not included in the price and needs to be booked in advance.
Golf lovers can play in a lot of amazing courses not so far away from Tenuta Santa Cristina. Click here for a list of golf courses.
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