Hotel Villa Luppis
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Hotel Villa Luppis  
Country House in Pasiano di Pordenone  
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Historic Accommodation

Dating as far back as the beginning of the 11th century, Villa Luppis used to be an old monastery of the Camaldolite monks. Due to the war between Venice and the Hapsburgs, the monastery underwent serious damages, and it was rebuilt during the 1500s. Since the 19th century, it has come to the possession of the Luppis family, who turned it into a charming guest house where diplomatic activities also took place.
Year erected: 900 d.C.
What is the history of the property?
Villa Luppis: this is the name of the old monastery which was built here, by the Camaldolite monks at the beginning of the 11th century, on the confluence between the river Livenza and Meduna. Many events went by, i.e. a rebuilding in 1500 after the damages suffered during the war between the Republic of Venice and the house of Hapsburgs, and San Martino was then secularized by Napoleon at the beginning of 1800 and acquiredby the Chiozza – Luppis family. Turned into a superb country house, it came an elegant estate and was used by the family ancestors as a place where to carry out the public relations for their industrial and diplomatic activities.

Today, the Villa still recalls past times’ splendor and atmosphere. With an accurate intervention aiming at maintaining as far as possible everything unaltered, we have turned it into a 39-bedroom 4 star hotel (6 suite) with period furnishing and we have provided it with every comfort, an excellent restaurant and a relaxing piano-bar. To facilitate and enrich the stay of our guests, we have also arranged important additional services: “Guide to the territory, Shopping-card, Green fee, Ski Pass, Shuttle Bus to/from Venice”. In Villa Luppis not only do our guest find surroundings of exceptional charm, but also and above all a kind of hospitality typical of first-class hotels with something more: our friendly, not just formal approach.
What was the era and/or the architectural style in which the property was built?
It was built 1100 years ago
Has restoration work taken place?
Yes
Are there any elements of particular historical importance at the building?
An Ice Cellar from 1300, a collection of more than 300 Clocks of epoch, an unique

Chapel in Europe, that reproduces the one in Warsaw Castle in Poland, important paintings 600 years old and much more!
Are there any important guests or previous owners worth mentioning?
Dukes of Windsor,
Has the property received any certifications for its historical status?
We belong to the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) and ADSI (Associazione Dimore Storiche Italiane); Most important: our Villa is bound as it belongs to "Beni Culturali"
Would you describe your property as (or has it ever been in the past) a:
Monastery
Villa
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