Villa Rota is an 18th century noble villa surrounded by the greenery of its secular park, the perfect location for highly suggestive weddings, thanks to the large frescoed rooms and the vast outdoor spaces.
Villa Rota History
Villa Rota is a noble villa located in Ravenna, which belonged until the mid-1900s to the Pasolini counts, of which it was the country residence until the First World War. Built at the beginning of the eighteenth century, it still maintains the typology of sixteenth-century Romagna architecture of villa-castle, combining the function of leisure with that of security. Villa Rota does not have an external access staircase for safety reasons, despite having a welcoming large portal on the first floor which gives light to the central hall characterized by delicate frescoes expertly restored.
The four symmetrical bedrooms on the sides of the hall present interesting decorative elements such as the beautiful working Baroque fireplace and the linear decorations of different colors for each room. A wonderful park, full of ornamental plants and secular trees, surrounds the villa. Hidden in the trees stands the small family oratory in classic style.
The beautiful frescoed rooms, the Christmas decorations, the fireplace room so warm and romantic, are ideal for a winter wedding in style.
Furthermore, thanks to the brand new tensile structure located in the secular park, Villa Rota allows the newlyweds and their guests to be able to take advantage of the outdoor spaces for dancing, cutting the cake or special arrangements.
On the occasion of weddings, the cuisine of chef Walter Bianconi will be able to delight the palates of all diners thanks to the use of top quality raw materials, respect for the seasonality of the products, but above all great passion, with the Italian specialties represented in all the best facets.