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Palazzo Venturelli

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Via Pomponia 30, 05022, Amelia Italy
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#17 of 30 Speciality lodging in Amelia
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Esther A wrote a review Oct. 2014
Brockville, Canada32 contributions66 helpful votes
I recently went with a group of people on a week-long trip wine tasting, shopping, and visiting olive groves. Our group stayed at the Pallazzo Venturelli, and were hosted by the most fabulous couple, and their wonderful help.The place was beautiful, fabulous rooms, gorgeous old hallways, and old artwork, frescoes, stonework...it was amazing! Walking around the older part of town was incredible, and the shopping was great fun.. Excellent prices, great deals! Our group spent evenings sitting and drinking wine, eating and having a wonderful time. But I cannnot say enough about this fabulous place...you feel like you simply are living in another time. Relaxing, and incredible. I highly recommend it!
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Date of stay: September 2014
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Lynda44Toronto wrote a review Aug. 2012
Toronto, Canada23 contributions9 helpful votes
I recently stayed at Palazzo Venturelli and I have not stopped dreaming about it since! Staying in this beautifully restored 15th century palazzo makes you feel like pure royalty. The premises are exquisite-- they have kept the original Renaissance charm and updated it with modern necessities. The owner Guglielmo was the sweetest man that I have ever met, and his english speaking friend, Michaela was kind enough to give me a tour of the entire palazzo. The hospitality is incredible and you feel as if you are an honoured guest in their home. It has three unbelievable rooms. I had lost my luggage on my trip (travelling solo), and I was lucky enough to have the sala rossa which came equipped with a claw-foot soaker tub and a bonus library room. The beautiful king-sized bed was extremely comfortable and the next morning I woke up to swallows playing in the Umbrian sun. It was simply a dream! I have already recommended this place to all my family and friends, and would HIGHLY recommend this place. It is situated in the lovely, charming town of Amelia. It is pure serenity and relaxation. I cannot wait to go back.
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Nebbiolata wrote a review Jun. 2012
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We recently stayed three nights at Palazzo Venturelli, a lovingly restored historic palazzo in one of Umbria's most untouched towns. Guglielmo is a charming host who makes everyone feel at home. The care that he has put into restoring this wonderful place shows in every room and in the pride he takes in welcoming guests. This palazzo is a magic place. We stayed in the beautiful blue room. I would never get bored of waking up to amazing frescoes on the ceiling and opening up the massive windows to look out at the magnificent landscape. If you are looking for a special place to stay that is not over run with tourists, visit Amelia and stay at Palazzo Venturelli.
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Aretina wrote a review Aug. 2007
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If you've always wondered what one of those fabulous, imposing, but maddeningly closed Italian Renaissance palazzos looks like on the inside, here's your chance! Palazzo Venturelli was built ca. 1450 and has been lovingly restored by Guglielmo and Rita Antonini. The palazzo has three suites, each exquisitely furnished. The beds are big and very comfortable, fitted with luxurious linens. Guglielmo and Rita couldn't be more personal or enthusiastic in their service, and their collaborator, Michela, speaks excellent English. We stayed in the "camera gialla" (the yellow room) which has three (!) large windows and a spectacular view of the rolling Umbrian countryside, complete with an allee' of cypress trees in the distance. The breakfasts are generous and delicious and are offered either on the terrace or in a lovely frescoed dining room. Ask Guglielmo for a tour of the original kitchen with walk-in fireplace, his cantina (wine cellar) , the tasting room, and---the Roman mosaics in the basement. As a bonus, the hilltown of Amelia, in which the palazzo is located, is enclosed by a polygonal stone wall dating from 2000 B.C. The Cascata delle Marmore, an impressive series of waterfalls, is only a half hour's drive, and you can reach Rome in less than an hour by car. You'll never want to leave!
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Date of stay: August 2007
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Frequently Asked Questions about Palazzo Venturelli
Which popular attractions are close to Palazzo Venturelli?
Nearby attractions include Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca Edilberto Rosa (0.1 km), Mura Poligonali (0.3 km), and Porta Romana (0.2 km).
What are some restaurants close to Palazzo Venturelli?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gelateria Girotti, La Locanda del Conte Nitto, and Convitto.
Are there any historical sites close to Palazzo Venturelli?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Porta Romana (0.2 km), Borgo di Lugnano in Teverina (7.3 km), and Palazzo Petrignani (0.3 km).