Wake up in a real castle

Posted by on October 22, 2013

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It is magical knowing that the room that you spend your vacation has lived years ago, inspired, created, one scholar, artist, king and aristocrat of a bygone era. An experience like that is waiting for you to stay in a real castle in Italy! Castello dell ‘Oscano in Italy  is a charming historic complex, that’s actually “dipped” into a stunning garden of 5000 olive trees. Located near the medieval town of Perugia that offers accommodation in three different quarters: Within the premises of the castle, at Villa Ada that is right next door and at the residences of Oscano, within the farm.

Castello dell Oscano

Castello dell Oscano

Gardens, Castello dell'Oscano

Gardens, Castello dell’Oscano

The Castello is an idyllic tower with the most luxurious suites in the entire complex. Furnished and decorated with rare antiques of the 17th and 18th century but with modern amenities! Within the premises of the tower there is the Turandot restaurant serving fine local traditional gastronomic of Umbria. The pool of Castello dell’Oscano is one of the points in the warm months you will definitely look for: Inside the green land but with enough sun to enjoy your sunbathing with overlooking that is breathtaking, you’ll get up when the sun starts to set.

Castello dell Oscano pool

Castello dell Oscano pool

The Villa Ada is a 19th century building adjacent to Castello. The warmth of the wood in the 21 elegant rooms of the villa, the beautiful terracotta floors and soft, natural colors that reflect prevailing authentic tradition and create a sense of relaxation.

Castello dell Oscano, Hunting lodge

Castello dell Oscano, Hunting lodge

The Oscano Mill is one of the three great houses of Oscano. It is a beautiful country house farm, surrounded by 252 hectares of green land where they grow a lot of organic agricultural products that hosts many animals. It offers self-catering apartments that offer guests every modern comfort.

By Nicole P.

Castello dell’Oscano photos: Alessio Molteni, Roberto Favini, Luca, Bev & Paul Mynott.

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