The villa was constructed around the middle 1800's by Prof.
Luigi Paolotti, a Baron of a noble Perugian family, relative of
Prince Barberini of Rome, Pope Pio IX and Napoleon III. It
was the family's country house, one of many they owned in
the area of Bettona, a small town of etruscan origins situated
amongst green hills of olive trees and woods at very short
distance from Perugia and Assisi.
After a brief period of abandonment, in 2003 the heirs
renovated carefully, respecting the original plan of their
ancestors and paying especial attention to the frescoes in
the sitting room, the upper hall and the bedrooms
A handsome garden with olive trees and Mediterranean
plants surround a large swimming pool . There's an area
with deck chairs and a barbecue patio, just right for relaxing
in the Umbrian hills after visiting the many art towns that can
be found in the surroundings.
The ample country kitchen, designed in the umbrian style,
will satisfy even the most demanding cook.
The bedrooms, each with its own bathroom are decorated in
period style. The rooms are furnished with classic antiques,
mixing the mystique of the past with modern comfort.