Ludwig House is a gorgeous XVI-century Palladian villa located in the heart of Valpolicella, Veneto.
With a 5 stars service, this place is the most charming and reserved retreat in all Verona area. Once you pass through the gate, let our concierge welcome you and make them fulfil your every desires. Your magnificent room will host you with style and all the comfort you can desire.
A private wine cellar in each room will be at your disposal with a superb selection of local and international wine, while the ancient garden and the swimming pool will make your day sweet and lazy.
Welcome to Ludwig House, a precious gem nested in the hills of Valpolicella.
Ludwig House is a magical place, and its rooms are a synthesis of elegance, magnificence, and comfort.
Choose between our Junior Suites, stylish and cozy, or Family Quarters, designed for familes that needs privacy and space, or you can aim for more, opting for our Landlord Suite, sumptuous and luxurious.
For a truly unique experience, you can also reserve the whole house, enjoying our services at its best.
Once you get inside Ludwig House you will enjoy unique peace and tranquility. Your privacy is our uttermost priority and our team will look after you, far from prying eyes and ready to respond to all of your needs and requests attentively and respectfully.
Here you will experience true, yet never ostentatious, luxury. Not just another Villa Veneta, but the private nest you are looking for in Italy.
All about me
The Villa was planned and built in the 16th century by architect Andrea Palladio. The family of the Counts of San Bonifacio, dates back to 959 AD. Count Milone of San Bonifacio, the founder of the family, held the imperial seal of the Sacred Roman Empire. Of Frank-Salian origins, he led his namesake feud, which lasted after his death for about 1000 years. He grounded his rule on chivalry principles, such as honor, glory and justice. This land witnessed many wars and battles, but the dominion of the family over Verona and north eastern Italy lasted for many centuries.The property still belongs to a heir of the family of the Counts of San Bonifacio.The family has veronese origins and it inspired William Shakespeare for one of his most popular characters: Juliet. It also inspired Verdi’s first work, the “Oberto Conte di San Bonifacio” and also Dante, the Great Poet, in his Divine Comedy, celebrates Cunizza da Romano, wife of Count Rizzardo of San Bonifacio. Centuries later, Dante’s own descendant, the Countess Marialena Serego Alighieri, would be joined in marriage to Count Milone XII.
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