Casale Doria Pamphilj at Testa di Lepre

Casale Doria Pamphilj at Testa di Lepre is a 16th Century Grain Barn, part of the Doria Pamphilj farm village. There are 8 self contained apartments accomodating from 2 - 6 people each ( two apartments are espercially equipped for the disabled), common sitting area, space for lectures, study, meetings and exhibitions, a garden and plenty of open space for sport and leisure activities.

All in the atmosphere of an Italian country house and only 20Km from the centre of Rome and the Vatican City Known as a settlement from Etruscan times the farm at Testa di Lepre has been in the Pamphilj family since 1649 when it was bought by Olimpia Maidalchini (sister-in-law of Pope Innocent X and administrator of the Pamphilj properties). The working farm has two herds of cattle one producing milk for the local market and one bred on the farm for meat. The regional food is amongst the best in Italy and the area abounds with restaurants and trattorie serving all the local fresh foods including seafoods from the fishing fleets at Civitavecchia and Fiumicino. The area has several excellent vinyards. Check this space often for more photos and special offers only for Internet clients.

General Info

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