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AWARD WINNING APARTMENT  – 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, shared pool between only 4 apartments.  

Montagna Sole – the perfect dream holiday home – stunning views and  with sun all day!

Located just above the popular lakeside village of Argegno, there are 4 brand new apartments with shared 10 x 4 metre swimming pool. The apartments have been furnished in a modern, yet elegant style, to enhance the stunning views.

This beautifully located apartment with amazing uninterrupted views of Lake Como and stunning mountain views to the right of the swimming pool has everything the modern holiday home should offer. Free wifi, large pool (shared between only 4 apartments), lovely gardens and large terraces, satelittle TV (English-language channels), washing machine and dishwasher all included.

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The apartments are located in a 2 story building, with 2 apartments on the ground floor and 2 on the top floor. The ground floor apartments have gardens to the front and the top floor apartments have a large wrap-around balcony and a small garden to the rear.

Each apartment is laid out as follows:

Bedrooms and bathroom

1 twin bedroom

1 double bedroom

1 bathroom with shower and WC

Kitchen

Modern kitchen with electric oven, gas hob and lake view

Lounge and Dining

Sofa bed for 2 and stunning lake views from 2 large patio doors

Externally

Each apartment is provided with sun loungers, deck chairs and outside dining furniture.

The communal pool area has sunbeds and umbrellas.

Additional Information

There is a small lane to these very private & peaceful apartments (no traffic noise). Great walks right outside the property. Discover medieval villages just round the corner and explore the old donkey tracks. The lively village of Argegno is only 3 minutes away by car with several bars and restaurants to enjoy for all your stay. Each apartment has private parking.

Price is inclusive of all linen and bathroom towels.

We highly recommend a car, as the walk back from the village of Argegno (approx. 15 minutes) is very steep.

Price List – prices include linen & bathroom towels, all service charges and final cleaning (heating extra, if used in winter)

Low Season
07/01/2017 - 28/04/2017
30/09/2017 - 22/12/2017
High Season
29/04/2017 - 30/06/2017
26/08/2017 -29/09/2017
Peak Season
01/07/2017 - 25/08/2017
Xmas & New Year
22/12/2017 - 05/01/2017
price per week75095015001250
price per night
min. 4 night
135170n/a275

Distances
Argegno – 2 minutes by car or 15 minutes walk through picturesque hamlets.
Como – 15 minutes by car or ferry
Bellagio – 10 minutes by ferry

Further Details on Argegno and the area
A popular destination for tourists, Argegno is situated in a large inlet on the western shore of Lake Como at the mouth of the Val d’Intelvi. It has a pleasant climate and is mild even in the winter months. With its’ beautiful panoramic location, one can see from the headland of Bellagio to the north and as far as Nesso towards the south. Argegno offers a surprising amount of facilities for a quaint lakeside fishing village – 5 good restaurants/pizzerias, 2 excellent wine bars (Enoteca and Bar Colombo), serving free snacks at aperitivo time every day. There are 2 banks with cash points and a small store. And you won’t be able to resist Andrea’s home-made ice creams (made with whatever is available fresh that day, including cucumber!). The scent of the bakery will draw you up the narrow alleyways to find fresh brioche (croissants) and bread, baked daily on the premises by Louisa. Buy fresh vegetables from Mario and ask him for one of his superb recipes – always served with smile and he speaks excellent English. If that wasn’t enough, the village also now boasts a beautician and 2 hairdressers! Argegno is also within striking distance of all Lake Como’s treasures, as it is a main bus and ferry stop-off point for the rest of the lake. Villa Balbianello (Star Wars & James Bond) is just around the corner, Villa Carlotta a short ferry ride away, as are Bellagio, Menaggio and Varenna – get a centre lake ticket and visit all three in one day. The village is certainly of Roman origin, as it owes its’ name to the consul Publio Cesio Archigene. At one time Argegno was part of a defensive system, which extended as far as the ancient villa of Lenno and the Isola Comacina to obstruct the passage of invaders. The village is certainly of Roman origin, as it owes its’ name to the consul Publio Cesio Archigene. At one time Argegno was part of a defensive system, which extended as far as Lenno and the Isola Comacina to obstruct the passage of invaders.

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