This is one of the largest and most beautiful private properties in the area, only a few minutes from the centre of Varese, and surrounded by over 17 acres of parkland.
A strategic location for visiting Como and Lake Maggiore and a unique opportunity
"Bees are bright and colourful; they fly from flower to flower following the sun to produce honey with the same golden colour. The ancient Celts believed they were messengers that travelled along the sun’s rays to reach the spirit world”. A wonderful opportunity to observe the mysterious world of bees in one of the few remaining historical residences in the area.
Purchased by the current owners in 1924 and set in the midst of a large park rolling farmland, the villa sits on the beautiful sunny slopes of the Miogni hills. On the ground floor, three reception rooms furnished with elegant antiques, a pool table and historic carved fireplace. A large stone staircase leads to the two upper floors where the bedrooms are located. First floor: - One room with two single beds and bathroom- Two suites composed of large double bedroom, dressing room, ensuite bathroom, and sitting room hung with antique tapestries.
Second floor: - Double bedroom with bathroom and adjacent single bedroom. - Two single bedrooms sharing one bathroom with private bathrooms.
The Park: A wooded park sweeps over the slopes of surrounding hills with large lawns and flowerbeds, and wide paths for a relaxing stroll in the gardens. The park resembles a botanical garden filled with mature trees of every type: holly oak, sequoia, oak and chestnut trees. Particularly impressive are some of the huge trees that include a copper beech, an umbrella holly oak, and several pine trees over 95 feet tall.
Interakcija s gostima
Your check in will be carried out by the person in charge of your accommodation. I can be contacted directly through Airbnb messaging for any problems or requests.
PETS are allowed only after prior arrangement
Beekeeping 1944: war front along the Gothic line, civil war in northern Italy, evacuation from the cities. In this context, a boy divided his time between school and his innate love of country life. He was given a beehive to care for and this sparked a passion that still lives on today at Villa Nonaro: beekeeping and honey extraction.The family apiaries are open to visitors for guided tours to observe the queen bees, workers, and drones and bee colony behaviour.
- Guided tasting of the honeys produced on the estate.
Since the high standard of the historic house, the location is reserved to quiet hosts. No parties are allowed.
*Don't smoke in the house, on the garden if you want to.
*Not to glue, stick or otherwise fix anything whatsoever to the exterior or interior walls, doors, windows, floors or other surfaces of the property without the landlord's written consent.
*The apartment is just for 12 people, so do not invite other people to sleep;
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