Via Davicini, 8
Along the western shore of Lake Maggiore, a few miles from the Gulf Borromeo, villas and parks Villa Margherita is located - dwelling built by Cabella Family of Genoa in the early years of the twentieth century - since 1952, has been transformed to accommodate the many guests who have since visited and were fascinated by one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. The villa - authentic charming historic home - is located along the strip to parks, historic houses and gardens that mark a large portion of the side of Lesa; the landscape has also been declared of public interest and protected by law specifies.
We are pleased to host a peaceful green oasis among ancient woods. The landscape ideal for your holidays by Maggiore Lake. Former Villa of the early 1900 charme with antique fumiture, large rooms overlooking the park for your rest quiet. All room with WI-FI. Private parking, all rooms with indipendents services. We have no television in the room for you to relax and rest! A few minutes your can reach a beach fronting the lake, swimming pool and tennis.
All spacious rooms are furnished with antique furniture, wooden floor and overlook the park. For the environment we have installed solar panels to provide hot water. Breakfast at the "German" is served in dining rooms or in the park shaded by flowers and cheered by the songs of birds seasonal. Guests have access to a large veranda with spaces for reading, conversation, snacks, furnished with sofas and chairs, fridge for drinks or food. For breakfast, we only offer products such as cheese and salami products in the territory of the Sesia Valley (Alla Fonte Agricultural cooperative Grignasco). For guests available mini bar with assorted drinks.
Our villa, having kept the original design characteristics, it is not suitable for people with walking difficulties as the rooms are located on the first and second floor, reached by internal stairs - no elevator.
- Historic House
- Romantic Atmosphere
- Free Wifi
- Hair dryer
- Ideal for trekking
- Near cycle paths
Declared by the Innkeeper