The Castelluccio

is located in the National Park of Abruzzo and was built on the foundations of an ancient medieval castle. Inside and at the building some archeologic discoveries of unique and inimitable beauty were preserved. The existing building structure was restored preserving its original chancery of 1400 .

The ground floor

On the ground floor, adjacent to the large garden, there is a living room with fireplace, a kitchen connected to the dining room which can accommodate 16 people at the table. An impressive atrium with glass roof that can be used for ceremonies and ecclesiastical events. In addition, there is an old cistern, made of terracotta, dating back to 400 d.c. (Roman era) when the Castelluccio did not yet exist and the structure was part of an ancient pagan temple. The cistern is connected to the first floor with a spiral staircase build into the rock. From above you can see the remains of the well where the ancients recovered the water from the cistern.

The upper floors

On the two upper floors there are 4 apartments. Each apartment has a king-size, wardrobe, private bathroom and a small living room with other beds. The apartments are equipped with every comfort and in the morning guests can have breakfast in common areas, on the summer terrace and in the downstairs dining room in the winter season.

The terrace and the garden

Apart from the apartments there is a 100 square meters large and covered terrace with a kitchen and a chimney equipped for barbeque, as well as a directly adjacent open terrace suitable for sunbathing and resting. From the terrace you have access to the apartments and an external staircase leads to the courtyard and garden below, which is ideal for celebrations and other events.
The spacious locations and rooms are ideal for families and groups of friends, as well as for seminars and celebrations of various kinds for a maximum of 200 persons.