Welcome to Il Casolare Green House!

The Casolare Green House is an old farmhouse completely renovated, surrounded by the green bells of the small medieval village of Cenerente (PG), has 8 beds, ideal for holidays with family or groups of friends. Located just 15 minutes drive from the historic center of Perugia offers the opportunity to appreciate the calm and silence of the places immersed in nature but at the same time, thanks to its location you can easily reach all the places of interest of Perugino. The Casolare is the ideal destination for lovers of trekking having around it many more or less long paths that lead to the discovery of the parishes in the district. With its sunny veranda and garden offers friends who book their stay in the beautiful sunsets and subsequent evenings outdoors with the barbecue available in the warmer months. 

During the colder months it will welcome you with the warmth of the fireplace in the kitchen and the stove in the living room, returning from a day of visits around the region, giving you the classic atmosphere of the cottage. Why not end the evening with a hot herbal tea and a nice relaxing movie in the veranda before going to bed?

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What to do nearby

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It is located in the center of the Umbria region, with 5 historical districts enclosed by the Etruscan walls. The huge bastions, formed by cyclopean squared boulders and put in place 22 centuries ago, are still visible for long stretches. The gateway to the acropolis is the Rocca Paolina, a unique historical-architectural complex, “container” of the medieval city hidden inside. Crossing it with the escalators you climb to the heart of the city: along Corso Vannucci you reach Piazza IV Novembre dominated by the Fontana Maggiore dating back to 1200. Perugino, Pinturicchio and Raffaello, the contemporaneity of Burri and Beuys will accompany you along the streets of the acropolis.


Famous for being one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, popular tradition wants, that “Corciano” means Heart of Giano or Colle di Giano. In the account of Corciano and Perugia, chivalrous legend of the fourteenth century, the name derives from Coragino, mythical founder of the castle of Corciano and companion of Ulysses.

One of the main typical products of the village is honey, recognized both nationally and internationally. Important is also the production of saffron, from which are made many derivatives such as pasta, cheese, wines etc.

In the craft sector, the village of Corciano hosts several excellences: from chalcographies, to clothes and jewelry in paper and recycled materials, to ceramics, to reproductions of medieval wind instruments.

Lago Trasimeno

The “sea of Perugia”, is the fourth Italian lake by extension and the largest in central Italy. One of the most beautiful natural jewels of Umbria, among the reeds and the enchanting white water lily: the surrounding countryside that frames the surface of the lake creates breathtaking views to admire, as well as the discovery of the territory surrounding the lake, rich in villages and treasures to explore, from Castiglione del Lago to Magione, from Passignano sul Trasimeno to Panicale, from Piegaro to Città della Pieve. There are three islands: the Polvese, the largest, the Major, the only inhabited and the Minor, the smallest. A walk on the shores of the lake, a boat ride, a visit to the islands, there are many possible activities.