The Large halls.

A row of large halls for guests of the historic home, for receptions and private events. The stuccos and the two original liberty doors are paired with pastel colors, exquisite fabrics and an imposing boat-shaped Rezzonico Murano chandelier all the way to the Venetian terrace from the early 1900s.

The Pink Hall.

Overlooking the garden, let your gaze wander down to the sea. Breakfast is also served outdoors in summer, and the hall may be reserved for a private lunch or dinner surrounded by a quiet and elegant atmosphere.

Discover the charming hotel
The Chimney Hall.

The charm of a crackling fire, stone walls and exposed beams. A cozy spot for private dinners or to engage in an intimate chat amid whispers and faces illuminated by flickering flames, relaxing, reading, tasting one of the company's wines.

Discover wine tastings
The park. The large green area surrounding the castle gives you a taste of the varied Friulian landscape and the wonderful balance between the natural environment and human intervention in this area.

A green oasis that extends down the hill along a hornbeam avenue to an area below brimming with oaks, yews, maritime pines, green meadows and woods of maples, acacias, exotic loquats and magnolias. Large cypresses stand on the hill and secular plants all around it, including a monumental mulberry tree of rare beauty.

The eighteenth-century Villa.

The mighty stone columns that frame an early twentieth-century gate featuring refined liberty motifs with the coat of arms and initials of Baron Elio Morpurgo (1858-1944) are the first sight to meet guests' eyes. They then go on to discover the eighteenth-century villa, with a neoclassical façade and liberty inserts, where the rooms of the wine resort are located.

Discover the charming hotel
The seventeenth-century Palazzo.

A noble seventeenth-century palazzo delimits the garden. It extends from the square tower to the crenellated neo-Gothic circular one, both with exposed brickwork. It is adorned with a round arch entrance, three French windows with stone balustrades on the first floor and a series of elliptical windows in the attic topped by a continuous serrated cornice.

The farmhouses and stables.

The buttresses used to fortify the ancient castle have been partially incorporated into the masonry of the rustic farmhouses with the adjacent stables; several battlement portions of some surrounding walls stand to this day in a succession that encloses the gardens all around.

Discover the events
The church.

Past the lodging house, you will come across the fourteenth-century church of Santi Gervasio e Protasio, where weddings may be celebrated. A ring path leads away from the park, with its cypresses, magnolias, black and white hornbeams, walnuts and laurels, cedars of Lebanon and maritime pines, winding its way around the hill: go for a stroll and watch the work in the vineyards.

Discover weddings