Have been going to La Montagnola with a group of friends for 5+ years now and hope to continue for many years to come. We usually go during the first week of July, although I have been considering going off-season just for piece, quiet, and relaxation. I prefer the big house on top as the views of Assisi and Bettona... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled high in the luxurious Umbrian hills sits the sprawling La Montagnola estate which is home to olive groves, an ancient Italian chapel, a fully operational olive oil mill, a lavish 18th century villa and so much more. The 600 acre estate offers a charming blend of medieval Italian history and luxury creating the perfect destination for both solo travelers, as well as groups, looking for a unique opportunity to experience the gentle magic of central Italy.The estate consists of an olive oil mill, three completely renovated farmhouses and a main villa. The main villa, now residence of the Iraci Borgia family, takes great pride in the original 13th century private chapel called the "Oratorio Pubblico della Madonna Immacolata" which is open to visitors. Near the villa are three completely restored farmhouses for guests. ... more less
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