Eremito

Location: Rome, Umbria & Central Italy | Italy

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

A monastic mashup of cell-like spaces, Catholic iconography and cross-vaulted ceilings, the 14th-century hotel Eremito is an Italian eco-resort specifically designed to help you unplug and escape your digital lifestyle- there are no telephones, TV or WiFi.  A modern-day sanctuary, you can relax in the 3,000 hectares of private Umbrian parkland that surround the hotel, detox on the organically grown produce and mediate in the yoga and spa area dug out of rock.
Perfect forDitching your digital devices and enjoying cognitive silence.
In the knowThe official drink of Eremito, while savouring the silence and relaxation of the resort make sure you try the “Melemito”, a hot and sweet infusion of woodland herbs.

Recommended for...

  • Eco-tourism
  • Hideaway
  • Peace & Quiet
  • Spa & Wellness

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Located within the Umbrian valleys in central Italy, 40 minutes north of Orvieto.

Rooms at Eremito

Monastic throughout, the ‘celluzze’ rooms were used by hermits back in the day, and are small and simple with wrought iron beds and en suite bathrooms but also offer comfortable luxuries, such as cushiony futons, pillows and handmade hemp yarn bedding.

Food and facilities

Reflecting the overall theme, The Refectory serves simple and healthy dishes, made from vegetables and herbs grown in the hotel’s own organic garden. With a large stone fireplace and fabulous views of the woods, expect to dine on seasonal meals alongside homemade breads, pastas, jams and cakes.

Activities at Eremito

With an ‘Ayurveda sleep and wellbeing’ course and the ‘awakening of inner energy’ class, a lot of your time could be spent joining in the daily yoga sessions on offer. In between your mediation, you can saddle up and go horse riding or lace up your boots and take a walk in the woods along the Chiani river. If you really want to get involved, those with a green thumb can get hands-on in the vegetable garden, those who sing, can practice with the Gregorian chant workshop, or for the more arty-types, get creative with some icon painting.

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