The Cà dei Principi residence is located in the picturesque setting of Piegaro, an ancient village set on the green Umbrian hills. Piegaro is also known in Umbria and the rest of Italy thanks to its centers for the craftsmanship of glass.
Ca' dei Principi History
The ancient residence Ca 'dei Principi, eighteenth-century summer residence of the Marquis Pallavicini, lords of the surrounding countryside, is presented as a fascinating period building, welcoming and full of charm.
Inserted in the small and charming village of Piegaro, of Roman origin, renowned from the Middle Ages for the processing of glass and today quiet village overlooking the Umbrian hills, boasts an enviable position due to its proximity to some of the most characteristic and renowned Umbrian and Tuscan towns, like Lake Trasimeno, Assisi, Perugia, Orvieto, Todi, Cortona and Montepulciano.
The building has been restored respecting the original style transforming the cellars, the orchard, the barns, the dryers in warm and hospitable environments, while in the old mill a concert hall has been set up to be used also for concerts, meetings or events up to 100 participants.
A residence that offers environments steeped in history and charm, refined and majestic halls with frescoes of the Mannerist school, intriguing trompe l'oeil and an ancient noble chapel. The suites and the arabesque rooms, are furnished with antique furniture and furnishings and preserve the magic of their history while not neglecting any comfort.
During the summer months, relaxation is assured in the beautiful outdoor pool. The village of Piegaro, full of charm and history, proves to be a perfect location to spend a holiday out of the ordinary.