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The Castle of Proceno

At the extreme north of the Latium among the rolling hills and the bleak Tuscan calanchi, in an oasis of peace and silence, the Castle of Proceno.

Medieval fortress wanted by the papacy to protect those border lands, the castle still maintains all its original splendor of stronghold with pentagonal plan. In buildings connected to the Castle there are seven apartments perfectly equipped and carefully furnished with antique family furniture.

Not to deprive guests of pleasant romantic evenings each suite It is equipped with a fireplace to make the living room even more welcoming. Driven by the love of being surrounded by people who love history, nature and the most disparate forms of art, the owner Cecilia Cecchini Bisoni welcomes its guests here, providing them with a small reception office where they can find Turistic itineraries, historical information or small curiosities, or where you can simply enjoy a good glass of wine.

The Castello di Proceno complex includes an inn in the ancient cellars it's a restaurant in the park proposing a perfect union of local and national cuisine; passages of classical music, combined with the soft light of the candles and the scent of the flowers coming from gardens which surround the castle make the evening unforgettable.

The Castle of Proceno invites you to discover the artistic beauties of our region, left us by centuries of history and culture, and to enjoy the quiet that this small strip of Italy can still guarantee.

History

Medieval fortress wanted by the papacy to protect those border lands, the castle still maintains all its original splendor of stronghold with pentagonal plan. In buildings connected to the Castle there are seven apartments perfectly equipped and carefully furnished with antique family furniture.

«The Rocca is a solid and vast building built like a castle with its ramparts, its loopholes for the artillerymen and with only one door open in the place of more diffi