Experience an Adventure in Castell'Arquato,

and Relax with Silvia & Giorgio.

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Light-flooded rooms infuse the pale stone house with its roofed terrace. You are in the historical center of a medieval village in the north of Italy.

Discover the village

is a small town with a medieval flair, cobbled streets, and a castle, once inhabited by the powerful Visconti family.


have opened their beloved house for guests, because they want to show them authentic Italian country life.

From 40 € per person per night

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Casa di Silvia e Giorgio Castell'Arquato, Emilia-Romagna
  • 5 rooms
  • 10 Beds
Included services
  • bikes
  • breakfast
  • Disabled access
  • Kitchen
  • parking
  • pets allowed
  • Internet / W-Lan
Host language
  • English
  • French
  • Double room
    80 €
  • Single use
    70 €
  • Disabled-friendly room (for 2 persons)
    90 €
  • additional bed
    20 €
  • child (0-5) for free

The welcoming stone house of Silvia and Giorgio is nestled in a peaceful courtyard. It has been completely restored, and is located within the walls of the beautiful village of Castell'Arquato. On warm days, you can relax on the canopied porch. Start your day comfortably with the homemade breakfast made from regional products. The rooms are bright and friendly, and offer luxurious comforts with matching contemporary details. The rooms also have two large bathrooms, a cozy living room for reading and chatting, and a kitchen. You can rent bicycles from Silvia and Giorgio to explore the surrounding area and its nature.


Walking through the narrow streets of Castell'Arquato, one has the feeling of moving through a medieval landscape. In every corner you can find historical testimonies, hidden corners, and small treasures of the Emilian gastronomy. The village is situated on a hill, rising majestically above the landscape. From here, you have a unique view of the surroundings. Castell'Arquato is famous for the fortress of Viscontea. It was built in the 14th century, and was inhabited by the once powerful family of Visconti. In the local museums, you can find interesting fossils, admire sacred paintings, or explore the interesting history of the poet and librettist Luigi Illicas, who wrote for Puccini, among others. The inhabitants keep the mediaeval atmosphere of the village alive with events like the "Rivivi il Medioevo": During this medieval festival, knights' tournaments are held amongst a large market. All year round, there are art, music, and gastronomy exhibitions and events, for example the Monterosso wine festival. The surrounding area is ideal for trips into nature, on foot or by bike. The landscape along the river Stirone is breathtaking.

Giorgio Host

We have opened our beloved house to guests, to show them the life in one of the most beautiful villages in Italy. We want to help make our area more accessible to German guests, and to enable them to experience impressive moments in our beloved home. It is important to us that everyone feels comfortable with us, and we respond to the individual needs of our guests, such as individual nutritional requirements. We love dogs, so our guests’s four-legged friends are also welcome.