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A dream location just outside the historical centre of Rome and nestled away from the buzz of the city. There are 23 rooms, including 5 suites, all different and elegant and enchanting spaces available for your wedding. Three rooms, the “Salone delle Feste”, “Salone del Ninfeo” and “La Locanda” present the charm of yesteryear for a total of approximately 500 guests, with each space being original and rich in history but no less comfortable and functional. Be prepared to go travel back through the centuries and experience an evocative princely setting! During the summer months, the castle offers spacious and evocative outdoor areas in which to enjoy the beautiful weather amongst lush gardens that overlook an extraordinary natural location. Few places can boast two consecrated spaces for the celebration of religious ceremonies, with the Capella dedicated to Saint Barbara and the romantic outdoor Chiostro, being unique in its kind.


For the ceremony, you can enjoy the cloister which has a max capacity of 80 persons. Or the Cappella, very intimate and contained, it is a small jewel that can host up to 40 people within, some of whom on a pretty loft. For the outdoor aperitif, during the summer there is the Terrazza delle Magnolie, Overlooking the park of the Castello and cradled by the shade of ancient magnolias, the large terrace is a lovely place to enjoy sun-filled days, max capacity 200.  Piazza della Fontana, max 150 persons. Terrazza Del Conte  - Located on the top floor of the Castello, it offers a breath-taking view of the surrounding Roman countryside. Perfectly suited to intimate and exclusive receptions max 40 persons. The internal rooms are La Locanda, max capacity 100 persons. Salone delle Feste, the room also has direct access to the Terrazza della Fontana and large and bright windows overlooking the Chiostro, max capacity 150 persons. Salone Ninfeo is a newly built room for those seeking a dynamic space with a modern feel. Max capacity 300.


We classify this venue as 4-star Exclusive. Quote, Reference 1962.



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