Location: Via della Collegiata 20, Bracciano, Italy
Accommodation Capacity:
4 Persons, featuring a luxurious queen-sized bed and a sofa bed

Description

Immerse yourself in the timeless charm of historic Europe with a stay at our elegant suite, nestled in the heart of a picturesque medieval village. This enchanting accommodation features a fully equipped kitchen, a tastefully furnished bedroom and living area complete with classic décor, and a well-appointed bathroom. Located just moments from the village's historic landmarks, it offers an ideal base for leisurely explorations of the cobblestone streets and ancient architecture. Experience the allure of bygone eras with this distinctive setting, perfect for indulging in the romance of European history.

History

The Duke is not only a great politician and a valiant warrior but also an art collector and patron of the arts. Grandson of Pope Innocent XI, he chose not to pursue the traditional path in the curia, but used the influence of his powerful uncle to facilitate his military career. Livio Odescalchi will be the one to bring the family to the heights of power and wealth. He obtained the Duchy of Bracciano, that of Sirmio and became Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. It was in Bracciano that he invited musicians, artists and poets who drew their inspiration from the beauty of the place. Livio was a man of broad views, sometimes inevitably at odds with the strict repression carried out by his uncle the Pope. Legend has it that he maintained a secret room in Bracciano where the rarest and most scandalous works were saved and locked away from the flames of Counter-Reformation fanaticism. It is said that a secret passage exists in this house to access the room where these lost works are still hidden, but the passage has never been discovered until today