Situated on a hill, in the borough of Castrocielo, not far from the Abruzzo National Park, offering maximum comfort and classic elegance.
Take advantage of the hotel's magnificent location in the mountains, combined with useful on-site amenities such as a romantic restaurant and free breakfast.
Former Monastery Hotel
Tradition has it that Senator Giordano, father of St. Gregory the Great, donated the villa called “Euchelia” and the surrounding land to the monks of Montecassino
who built a Benedictine monastery christened with the Vulgate name “Monacato” around which a small nucleus of residents arose.Of the ancient construction built by the monks before the turn of the first century
a beautiful structure remains, recently restored and used for various events: concerts, conventions, exhibits and civil wedding ceremonies.
Lying on the 6th century Roman Villa remains, once belonged to the monks of Montecassino, located in the ancient Castrum Coeli, in those times the Roman Aquinum territory.