Le Marche in central Italy is not as well known as nearby Tuscany, but is a hot tip for travelers in Italy. In this region, the British designer Frank Andrew turned a group of dilapidated houses in a luxurious vacation home. From the outside, Borgo Tranquillo seems to be quite traditional, but stepping inside reveals individually designed, modern loft-style apartments. The resort features four spacious apartments, a villa and a spa. It includes a lounge with club style ambience, a Turkish bath, a sauna and an infinity pool, which seems to extend over the hills and into the countryside. The spacious property is home to a maximum of 12 people. This ensures that the Borgo Tranquillo is as its name (quiet place) suggests: a place to relax.
What to do
Infinity pool, bowling alley, clubhouse with sauna and hammam, extensive walks, discovery tours with the "Discover the Marches with Borgo Tranquillo" - guestbook, excursions to the sea.
Why we like this house
The light-flooded, modern spaces and the almost timeless scenery of the old storehouse and the surrounding landscape are a perfect blend. The Clubhouse with spa-area, open fire, free bar, library and spectacular panoramic views offers just the right setting for a incredibly relaxing break.
This house is great for
Families, couples, friends...everyone who loves a relaxing stay in a place where you feel home away from home!
Details of the property
Region/Town: IT – Italy, Marche, Arcevia
Name: Borgo Tranquillo
Accommodation: House, Resort, Apartment
Architecture: Old & new, Modern
Design: Frank Andrew, Axis Design Europe, London
Published: various Publications
Special Features: 4 apartments, 1 house