Ristorante Alle Scuderie, Umbria Estate Hotel in Italy, opened in June 2020, is a beautiful picture painted with green waters and mountains, like a light veil of veil.
Restored hotel in a thousand-year-old castle in Italy
Restaurant Alle Scuderie
It is an ancient estate with a history of thousands of years, dating back to the time of Charlemagne in 1050 AD, when Charlemagne granted the land to the family of Maresi del Monte Santa Maria. Baptism of time this estate, restored and transformed by the owner, Count Antonio Borza, was finally taken over and turned into a peaceful resort.
In 1984, the Italian aristocrat Count and Lady Antonio Bolza bought the castle on the outskirts of Umbria, just looking for a quiet getaway, a 1,500-hectare estate with spectacular idyllic scenery and a thousand-year-old castle to live in.
Ten years later, Count Antonio, together with his son, Count Benedikt Bolza, who studied architecture in London, undertook a large-scale restoration and renovation of the estate. Twenty-six years later, half of the estate's 50 abandoned farmhouses have been lovingly restored into private homes, 10 of which are available for rent, and the Ristorante Alle Scuderie restaurant opened in the summer of 2020.
The castle not only satisfies people's fairy tale fantasies, but also full of mysticism and classical art, it is a wonderful building that travels between ancient and modern.
The ancient Castello di Reschio castle has been transformed into a unique 36-bedroom hotel with a farm-to-farm restaurant and ethereal underground thermal baths.
To ensure the integrity of the building, Benedikt Bolza took the castle as the concept, and together with local craftsmen and designers, set up his own studio, BB for Reschio, to facilitate the process of rebuilding and renewal.
In the interior design of the Alle Hotel, Benedikt Bolza actively collaborated with local artisans to decorate the castle through Umbria's long tradition of craftsmanship and elements. The hotel has a total of 36 rooms, each with a different structure.
Wood, brass, steel and leather are used as materials for furniture, combining modern fashion with classical aesthetics. Through these handmade furniture materials, the Alle Hotel allows the old architectural space to dialogue with the modern.
The yellowed painting in the living room brings a sense of vicissitudes, the white multi-person sofa is simple and regular, and the single seats and chaise longues opposite have curved lines and surfaces, and the lazy and elegant posture brings comfort and enlivens the entire living area.
The kitchen design varies depending on the room type. For example, the kitchen is astonishingly tall and offers a glimpse of the living space on the upper floor. The U-shaped kitchen side serves as a dining bar, highlighting the practicality. More items are well organized under the blessing of the storage method, and the smell of fireworks is cleansed in the space.
The other kitchen is slightly more sophisticated. The surface of the island is spliced together, combining wood and concrete. Different colored surfaces also invisibly divide functionality. The brass chandelier owner eyeballs, the appearance is restrained but intended to express a sense of retro.
In the layout of the restaurant, dining tables and chairs occupy the mainstream, and the flowers on the table neutralize the earthy yellow minimalist wall. The printed cabinet in the corner and the purple and blue background hanging paintings on the wall show the charm of the Middle Ages.
In the bedroom design, Benedikt Bolza is very casual, arranging the space furniture according to the properties and sense of space and the material of the space.
Wooden frame beds are standard in all bedrooms. In some model houses, the front of the bed is equipped with a bedside stool, and the classic European layout is convenient for residents to change clothes.
A regular bedroom is generally equipped with a bathtub, dresser, lounge sofa, desk, and the interior of the large apartment is richer.
The "Forest Restaurant" is the highlight of the castle, which features the Alle Hotel's stunning natural scenery and perfect service facilities.
The walls of the restaurant are mainly made of fine wood strips and concrete, with green seating and ancient wooden floors.
Scattered trees grow around the table. The foliage grows differently, giving the restaurant a different beauty of light and shadow throughout the year.
The high-back seat uses a unique rattan weaving technique that gathers the ingenuity and handicraft charm of craftsmen.
The cylindrical glass display case is capped in brass and together with the upside-down glasses create a glossy feel for the central bar. Marble countertops blend in with the surrounding design in dim light.
The wall-side pantry has a symmetrical structure and a variety of cowboy hats on display, which embodies the spirit of adventure. The columnar structure on the middle edge of the cabinet adds a sculptural sense to the whole.
The entire restaurant extends from indoor to outdoor and is closely connected to the outdoor landscape.
The renovated castle and house design combine modern sophistication and sophistication, allowing the classic to blend the modern to create a natural aesthetic that goes back to basics.
Exposed stone walls, ancient wooden beams, terracotta brick and wooden floors, custom mosaics, intricate stucco work, handmade marble counters and hand-stitched linen curtains, as well as a range of antique and tailor-made furniture and ornaments, all add to the charm of the entire castle.
From classic fine oak and chrome bronzed window chairs to contemporary brass chandeliers to simple leather armchairs, Count Benedikt's designs are eclectic in both Reschio's rich heritage and contemporary rebirth.
Count Antonio and his wife were very passionate about horsemanship, the estate had many strong horses, and the weekly dressage show gave guests the opportunity to admire the skills of Reschio's instructors, and horseback riding was a very important way of life on the estate.
Horse riding is just one of the activities offered by the estate, which also includes tennis, hiking and swimming in picturesque lakes to shooting and hunting, cooking, and painting lessons, allowing visitors to experience the beauty of the Umbrian countryside in all aspects.
The estate has a growing organic vegetable garden with 5,000 olive trees, vineyards and beehives that serve cuisine to restaurants, including Ristorante Alle Scuderie and Ristorante Al Castello.
Retreat of the mind, wild luxury underground spa
The shop also has facilities such as horse riding tracks, swimming pools, lake views and underground spa. The underground spa is located in a cave and is divided into a spa room, a separate meditation room and a hot spring area. Stone walls and primitivist caves pave the way for the wild luxury style.
The spa room includes a bathtub and massage beds.
The riding track is the epitome of the manor oasis.
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