The Holiday FarmHoliday Farm, manège, restaurant, didactic farmstead, historical Park...
La Dogana Holiday Farm covers about 50 hectares around the 16th century historical building of the "Pontifical Customs", in the past a compulsory stop if you went from the Grand Duchy of Tuscany to Rome. It welcomed eminent guests like Michelangelo, Ghoethe, Byron, and Stendhal. The ancient stone farmhouses surrounding it have been recently renovated to welcome tourists in small but delightfully furnished apartments enjoying a beautiful view over Trasimeno Lake.
Trasimeno Lake is the largest lake of Central Italy, ideal if you love sailing, bathing, fishing, and, of course, nature. Its shores are characterized by small and characteristic fishing villages, ancient castles, small ports, and beaches. Two charming islands are connected thanks to an efficient ferry service.
In this ancient 18th century building, small accommodation structures furnished with taste can welcome 2, 3, 4 persons.
Prices per week, all inclusive.
- "A" Apartment 2 persons - 25 mq: from 200 Euros to 300 Euros
- "B" Apartment 2/3 persons - 35 mq: from 250 Euros to 400 Euros
- "C" Apartment 3/4 persons - 45 mq: from 350 Euros to 500 Euros
- "D" Apartment 4/5 persons - 55 mq: from 400 Euros to 600 Euros
- "E" Apartment 5/7 persons - 90 mq - 2 bathrooms: from 600 Euros to 1,000 Euros
Antica Dogana Restaurant
At mid-19th century, the Inn of the Pontifical Customs - mentioned
by the writer Hans Christian Andersen - was situated under the arches
of the Customs Palace.
Now the restaurant is situated in the ancient
Olive Press, and the moon will rise on Trasimeno Lake just in front of
you while you will be sitting in the elegant hall or in the terrace.
Stefano Rutigliano, who worked for GranHotel in Rome, Hotel Hassler,
Hotel d'Inghilterra, and for many others 5-star hotels, will coddle and
delight you with the best cuisine of Umbria and Italy.