Antico Palazzo del 700, Residenza di campagna dei Marchesi Pallavicini di Roma, oggi dimora d'epoca.
Camere affrescate sui soffitti e alle pareti.
Dispone di piscina con vista panoramica.
Il Ristorante nelle vecchie cantine della Villa risale al 400
La villa dispone di camere standard, superior e suite ed inoltre di 2 appartamenti da 10 posti e da 4 posti entrambi con cucina ed ingresso autonomo.
alcune camere hanno la vasca idromassaggio, altre la doccia idromassaggio, alcune il cotto altre il parquet...
... tutta la villa e' accessibile dall'ingresso principale e da un ingresso secondario sono accessibili i 2 appartamenti , la piscina e' accessibile dalla via parallela all'Hotel. La costruzione che si vede intorno alla piscina non e' Palazzo Pallavicinio in effetti il Palazzo e' una dimora storica del 400/700!
La Reception e' a disposizione per informazioni sulle zone limitrofe inoltre consigliamo visite culturali a Perugia, Assisi, Gubbio, Orvieto, Spoleto etc etc
Siamo a confini con la Toscana.
Trekking, Itinerari in bici, passeggiate a cavallo, cooking class..
Mr Massimo and Mrs Rosy are the owners
Many years ago Massimo and Rosy found out through a friend that the old Palazzo Pallavicini of Piegaro which they had visited when they were young lovers was about to be sold at a judicial auction. Until this point a buyer was not to be found. The judge assigned the Palazzo to them for a very small payment and only afterwards whilst they were walking around and into the Palazzo they realized the grandness of the place and also their thoughtlessness especially when they found a colony of doves in one of the rooms.
But because of their extreme enthusiasm and will power they immediately started working spending months on this project which turned into years of renovating recuperating the spirit of the building with its beautiful frescoes and its warm ambience.
The results were largely rewarded and today the Palazzo Pallavicini is called Ca’ de’ Principi and is a residence charm hotel just as it was two centuries ago when the Marchesi of that time were hosts to the Roman and French nobility.
And while Massimo was engaged in letting the world know about the re-opening of the historical residence Rosy was busy making the hotel into an even more inviting and pleasant place. A simple, traditional kitchen was started whereby only local products are used. With the collaboration of her young chef every morning fresh cakes and tarts are baked for our continental breakfast buffet.
You just have to come and meet this couple and their magnificent residence !