Villa Rubini Redaelli in Dongo
Villa Rubini Redaelli, an example of lake architecture of the early twentieth century on the superb scenery of Lake Como in Dongo, is graceful in its picturesque lines lively in the contours of the veranda and the turret.
In a just and harmonious distribution the main Villa overlooks Lake Como, in a scenographic context enriched by a wonderful park, by the oval swimming pool, by the dock, covered and uncovered, for private use with shelter for the boat, a large panoramic terrace overlooking the lake. The location is granted exclusively for weddings, private events, receptions.
In a complex and well-structured plant, large and characteristic salons develop. The decorations and furnishings embellish the salons of the dining rooms and one overlooks the view overlooking the lake.
The Villa and its annexes lend themselves to welcoming and hosting dream receptions in a rare and precious setting. Great versatility of outdoor spaces, in the gardens and on the lakeside terraces, allow guests to find different fitting solutions.
The villa can accommodate up to 18 people: first floor, two singles, three doubles and one twin, all with en suite bathroom; second floor: one double and two twin with en suite basthroom, one quadruple with bathroom.
The story of Villa Rubini Redaelli
Villa Rubini Redaelli was built at the end of the nineteenth century by the engineer Giulio Rubini, deputy for over twenty years and three times minister at the turn of the century, the last owner of the Ironworks of Dongo founded in the sixteenth century and purchased by the Rubini at the end of the eighteenth century . The engineer, great-grandfather of the current owner, sold the ironworks to his sister Irene, wife of Giorgio Enrico Falck at the beginning of the last ce