|Address:||Via Trebbiantico 67|
|Phone number:||+390 721 557 82|
|Fax:||+390 721 399 477|
Villa Cattani Stuart
Villa Cattani Stuart, was constructed by the Cattani family during the second half of the 17th Century, and reached the height of its splendour at the beginning of the 18th , when the Florentine Cardinal Alamanno Salviati, Papal Delegate to the province of Pesaro and Urbino between 1717 – 1732, used it as a country residence for himself and his guests. One of these was Stuart James III, in 1726, (as testified in Latin on the plaque above the entrance to the Villa), still holding the title of King of England, recognised by the Roman Catholic Church. The Old Pretender, James III, with his sons, the last Stuart descendents, are buried in the Vatican Grottos in St. Peter’s; in the Basilica there is an admirable monument by Canova dedicated to them.
The sumptuous Villa, which is completely isolated and immersed in greenery, is reached through a well-wooded park. Behind and to the right of the building are three extremely beautiful Italian gardens, with evergreen hedges and flowerbeds, fountains, ponds, small temples and stone statues, surrounded by walls and high gates in wrought iron. From here, all the valley below and the iridescent blue-green tones of the Adriatic Sea can be admired.
At the ground floor a large multifunctional air-conditioned hall looks onto an ample external area and is provided with dividing panels which may be positioned according to the various space requirements. It is ideal for important receptions, which require a romantic atmosphere of refined elegance with a high quantity of seats, depending on the request. Included is a kitchen equipped for catering, a multi-medial system, adsl wi-fi, rest rooms. Availability of space for setting up of cloakroom and suitable presence of toilettes. Alfresco day and evening events may be held on the panoramic terrace above, paved in cotto and surrounded by brick arches and walls.
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