Relais Villa Roncuzzi (Ravenna)
Adriatic Coast, Italy
There's a place in the hearth of Romagna country where is Villa Roncuzzi Relais. The Relais is in San Pancrazio, a small outlying district of the Municipality of Russi, in the Ravenna province, close to the hills and to the sea. Its location allows to reach Ravenna in a few minutes (about 10 kilometers) and Forlì (about 18 kilometers) and allows to reach the sea, the hills and the highway very easily. It's an ideal place to celebrate an event, a success, an amour, a secret joy or simply to enjoy a moment of peace and serenity, escaping the noise of the city in surrondings conducive to the delicate pleasures of country life, with the alluring luxury of a charming holiday.
Villa Roncuzzi Relais is an early 20th century country residence, recently renovated in absolute observance of its original design. Set in splendid grounds with age-old linden trees and box-trees, a swimming pool, and spacious internal courtyard graced by an art nouveau fountain and local plants and flowers. The Relais offers elegant design and rooms to respect a very demanding tourists or business men that need a relaxing break at the end of a long day of work in according of the short distance from city surrounded. The 22 rooms are furnished with elegance and have their original stone walls and arches and fine wooden beams. The attention to the details is complemented by the most comforts: private bathroom, with tub or spacious shower and courtesy set, room service, independent air conditioning, telephone, hair-dryer, Tv LCD, satellite tv and Sky, minibar, wireless system.
Every room is decorated with fine frescoes, sculptures, pottery and paintings by noted artists so that guests might experience unexpected emotional involvement. Three kind of typologies: deluxe room, junior suite and suite, all with special details and different colour and style; each distinguished by a bird of prey painted on the wall: gyrfalcon, Virginia owl, rough-legged hawk, golden eagle, kite goshawk, sparrow-hawk, caracara etc.
- Elegant furnishings
- Sat e sky
- Private WC and shower
- Air conditioning
- Telephone Internet
Tv LCD Car Park
Ravenna is a city and comune in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. The city is inland, but is connected to the Adriatic Sea by a canal. Ravenna once served as the seat of the Western Roman Empire and later the Ostrogothic kingdom. It is presently the capital of the province of Ravenna. At 652.89 km² (252.08 sq mi), Ravenna is the second-largest comune in land area in Italy, although it is only a little more than half the size of the largest, Rome.
The first settlement is variously attributed to the Tyrrhenians, the Thessalians or the Umbrians. Ravenna consisted of houses built on piles on a series of small islands in a marshy lagoon - a situation similar to Venice several centuries later. The Romans ignored it during their conquest of the Po River Delta, but later accepted it into the Roman Republic as a federated town in 89 BC. In 49 BC, it was the location where Julius Caesar gathered his forces before crossing the Rubicon. Later, after his battle against Mark Antony in 31 BC, Emperor Augustus founded the military harbor of Classe. This harbor, protected at first by its own walls, was an important station of the Roman imperial fleet. Nowadays the city is landlocked, but Ravenna remained an important seaport on the Adriatic until the early Middle Ages.