Villa Negri Arnoldi in Campello sul Clitunno
Purchased in the 1885 from Count Luigi Arnoldi to make it the family summer residence, the villa is currently inhabited by descendants, Negri-Arnoldi and Ojetti, who try to keep intact the sober charm of all time.
In the 2000 the villa hosted the shooting of the film "Domani" directed by Francesca Archibugi.
In the 2001 the villa and the park have been declared of historical interest from Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.
From the 2001 to the 2006 the villa and the park have been the object of extraordinary maintenance and care, partly financed by the Umbria region.
In the summer of 2011 the villa and the park hosted the event "Stories of villas and gardens" sponsored by Province of Perugia.
The history of the Villa Negri Arnoldi
The current appearance of the villa and its internal structure show at the beginning of Eighteenth century when, as confirmed by a document hidden in a niche of the "green living room", the Countess Lavinia della Genga Accoramboni he restored and expanded the building to make one "Country casino", particularly suitable for hunting and leisures.
Previously, the building was supposed to have arisen as inn for pilgrims to the neighbor Sanctuary of the White Madonna, built in 1530.
Le sixteenth-century structures of the villa would confirm this reconstruction.
In the first half of XX century the property was bought by the Fratellini Family, originally from Campello, who enlarged the structure and embellished the park.
Services: hospitality, wedding locations and events in Umbria
Prices for events:
Weddings: € 1.000 / day
Corporate events: € 1.000 / day
Various events: € 1.000 / day
Whole property per day: € 800
Entire weekend property: € 1.300
Whole property per week: € 2.000
Single room per day: € 100
Single room weekend: € 200
Single room per week: € 700
Catering prices: 50 € per person
Prices for visits: 5 € per person
Places of interest nearby