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A terrace overlooking the Castelli Romani is how guests experience the farm, immersed as it is in a spacious park amid palms, roses, herbs and a greenhouse full of tropical plants.
In the farmhouse, guests can enjoy their stay in 12 rooms or 1 apartment, and there is also a small detached villa. They can sample typical dishes in the indoor dining room or the large glass-enclosed gazebo in the park, with a view of the Olympic size pool. The 60-hectare farm produces oil and the fine Colli Lanuvini DOC wine, along with fruit and vegetables, and raises barnyard animals and “Limusine” cattle. Finally, there are educational workshops for children and a summer camp. The house, built in 1884 by the English archaeologist Strutt on the site of a Roman villa (whose remains are still visible), served as an outpost for the German army during the second world war. After years of neglect, it was only around the turn of the century that the land was reclaimed and the villa restored to create the farm.
9 double rooms
4 mini residences for 2-6 persons
total beds 60
The rooms, with country style furnishings, are all equipped with television, telephone, heating and air conditioning, private bath with shower, hair dryer, linen and bath products. The mini residences, suitable for longer stays, also include kitchenette (electric stove, sink and fridge with freezer), sitting room and bath
two indoor rooms in the central building seating a total of 70
a gazebo in the park seating a total of 150
indoor bar and refreshment point
The recipes brought to the table, while traditional, have been given an original twist. The ingredients used are mostly from the farm itself, or where necessary are local products (Genzano and Lariano bread, legumes from the Viterbo area, cheeses and milk from farms in the Castelli). The jewel in the crown is our pastry: the homemade pies are made with fruit and jam from the farm