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castello di Villalta, Fagagna

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  • Organized new year from Ca Marian. I really want to make my grievances for the worst new year's day I've ever spent, unfortunately I was invited to this show of organizational Mediocrity at a cost from exclusive event, I state that 180 € in two for this crap (and use a euphemism), the food wasn't even comparable ... stra paid at the soup kitchen, which I have often paid volunteering without even the coffee not included even one glass of champagne for the toast, I then had to spend more 30 € approximately for a Pinot grigio apart ..., then with a huddle of people from local market, I would also add the Make fast to stand up that we need to prepare the room for the dance ... but you got to be kidding me. Definitely for you has been a tantalizing start to work, enjoy it because at least for me it is a lot more like me will be the last with your becera organization. To never again
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  • Wonderful Castle full of history and restored perfectly, now dwelling but also available to requests and, on the inside of the walls, incredible location for events and hospitality. Visited during a business meeting that turned into a great chance to "come in for a few minutes in history" at the height of the environment also in charge for the visit. Good ... recommended for all opportunities.
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  • Visited with a cultural association. The castle is still inhabited by the owners, but the part open to the public (only by prior appointment with the custodian and accompanied by a guide) is very interesting. Old armor, antiques, frescoes ... all very well looked after.
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  • Very well preserved Castle, lovely views over the Friuli plain. The Interior is practically a museum to visit, beautiful little church within the perimeter that seems to Lookout at the Manor, the Countess during the event open castles demonstrated friendliness and kindness, a historic residence of absolute quality, precise anyway that the pleasure of the visit is very much on the context surrounding the castle that is plain and hills of Friuli.
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  • A jewel among the hills of Friuli. The Countess is a gracious host
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  • The castle of Villalta is an ancient medieval castle whose recorded history dates back to 1158. The castle is located in Villalta di Fagnana, on a hill overlooking the Friulian plain, is surrounded by a double ring of walls with Ghibelline battlements, walkway and circular corner towers. Private residence of Caporiacco, one of the most important families of Friuli, the castle is open for tours, events, weddings and meetings. It produces also typical products: olive oil, lemon, walnut, honey and jams. During the tour you can admire the rustic kitchen in Friulian, the main floor decorated with frescoes of 600, the Salon of the Patriarchs, the Imperial Halls and the Hall of trees, which store furnishings. The castle of Villalta is immersed in a park full of flowers, trees, fruit trees and arnie. Bed and breakfast Castle of Villalta, 6 rooms, wi-fi, air conditioning
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  • I was visiting during the "open castles", a lovely and beautiful. I particularly enjoyed the hospitality of the hosts helpful and sweet.
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  • It has everything for the catering is a historic Manor House well maintained and very ... nice
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