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The eighteenth-century Villa Montegranelli still retains the name of the original owners: the Counts Guidi of Romena and Montegranelli.
Nowadays, it is a prestigious location for weddings and events, features 3 beautiful dining-rooms and 21 guest-rooms. From each window you can admire the beauty of the private park, the circular garden maze, and the striking view of the city of Gubbio on the slopes of Mt. Ingino.
One of our strenghts is the cusine

The Montegranelli Restaurant has three dining rooms characterized by the warmth of the stone that forms large arches and vaults that enhance all senses. In addition to the Umbrian dishes are treated and also served dishes that follow the best Italian tradition with particular regard to the choice of the best raw materials locallly available.

For more intimate occasions the wonderful Hall of Pomegranates offers a special atmosphere ideal for private dining that can accommodate up to 30 people, for the most special occasions of the cloister much more spacious room will make your pleasant convivial meetings.

For the most important occasions spaces and courtyards of the upcoming Villa will become a beautiful location for your outdoor dining. Finally, the room of the restaurant, which can accommodate up to 50 people, is characterized by the large central vault stone will bring you in an elegant and timeless atmosphere.

Story of Villa Montegranelli  

The eighteenth-century Villa of Montegranelli still retains the name of the original owners: the Counts Guidi of Romanian and Montegranelli. During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, the fortified palace built on existing structures is transformed into a country residence and in the eighteenth century, which was sold to the Marquis Sources Biscaccianti, was adapted to the stylistic canons of the time. At the end of the eighteenth century the villa appears in the Cadastre Bartoli, where he represented "the palace with the Labyrinth and a circular grove nearby."

In the nineteenth century appears in the register Gregorian "always with shapes similar to those of today but with external arrangement of green far more important." They were set on large avenues orthogonal, of which survives today, only the eastern lined with cypresses, and a large area to the formal garden, now barely recognizable in the context of the landscape.

The building has an L-shaped plan and stands three stories, which they blame on the back of lower volumes almost in the form of court and is complemented by a family chapel inside, and a bell on the back is supposed there was also a External Church today no longer present.

The Villa is a place of business Receptive and is characterized by three dining rooms and offers twenty rooms from which you can admire the beauty of the park, the Circular maze of boxwood, but the incredible view of the city of Gubbio on the slopes of Mount Ingino.