In the center of Trevi the Antica Dimora alla Rocca consists of two historic buildings of the seventeenth century where elegant accommodations offer relaxing stays and elegance. An outdoor pool with sun terrace will brighten up every day, while for a dinner of rich Umbrian gastronomy the restaurant "La Prepositura" will satisfy every lover of good food.
Antica Dimora Alla Rocca History
The Antica Dimora alla Rocca is located in the center of Trevi, a medieval village set among rolling hills and green olive trees. The origins of the complex date back to 1650 when Giovanni Battista di Filiberto, an internist in the Kingdom of Naples and apostolic protonotary, began the construction of the building with the intention of giving it to the second son of his family as was customary at the time. Subsequently, the palace passed to the nephews of his brother Quintilian and among them Anton Francesco Valenti, Bishop of Teodosia in 1727. But from 1742 the palace passed to the Piccini family who in the 19th century passed to the Marignoli of Spoleto and then to the Melons.
The building is spread over three floors plus a basement, because as almost all the buildings of Trevi insists on n steep terrain. In the funds you can see the mighty remains of the primitive circle of Roman city walls.
The building is spread over three floors, including the noble and the mezzanine, as well as a series of environments that are recreated on the level of the ground. The seventeenth-century influence with its sober and classical lines, painted beams and barrel vaults is still alive; also present pictorial decorations of the 1700s, while dating back to the 800 are the motifs and mythological images that decorate the ceilings some rooms on the main floor.
A piece of history that today offers its guests with different types of accommodation: Classic, Superior Junior Suites and Suites, characterized by the ubiquitous elegant style but also by the presence of comforts such as satellite TV, Wi-Fi connection, air conditioning, mini bar, safe and private bathroom.
The Hotel has a nice bar in the medieval square where you can relax in the company of a fresh cocktail, and a tea room created in the ancient reception room. The restaurant is entrusted to the Gourmet Restaurant La Prepositura, where the dishes proposed are those typical of the Umbrian gastronomy, revisited with creativity by the chef. The wine list has the best regional and national labels.
At the Antica Dimora there are also meeting rooms for 10 to 30 people and in the characteristic Museum Complex of San Francesco a large hall will be able to accommodate up to 100 guests, an ideal venue for meetings, events and training courses dedicated to 'elegance.