Villa Calciati Crotti Gerenzani Bonomi
Villa flanked by a rustic courtyard in the center of a manor. Its splendid frescoed rooms envelop and involve guests in a sublime atmosphere that only a few mansions still manage to emanate. A discreet almost familiar charm permeates each room, enveloping guests in the atmosphere of a bygone era.
The Villa was built between the end of the 600th century and the beginning of the 700th century. To the north-east of the complex, in 1709, a small church was opened by the nobleman Gerolamo Gerenzani, open to public worship; decree of the Curia dated 22-IX-1709 in which mass is still officiated once a month by the parish priest of Dosimo.
The elegant facade stands out at first glance, even before having crossed the ancient wrought iron gate that opens onto the courtyard and gardens in front of the villa.
The entrance door opens onto the main hall completely frescoed at the end of the 700th century and its imposing volumes.
Just look up to discover another detail that makes the Villa's lounge unique: a splendid wooden loggia runs along the entire perimeter of the room allowing you to enjoy a privileged point of view on the entire structure.
From there, in fact, it is worth looking down, to be able to grasp the harmony of the original terracotta floors of the time.