One Of Italy’s Medieval Castles Becomes A Lovely Hotel

If you ever wanted to experience the rugged way of life inside a medieval castle but you couldn’t really find a hotel that could make your dream come true, then you should definitely keep on reading. The fortified medieval village of S. Stefano di Sessanio can be found in Italy, nestled within the Abruzzo Mountains, and it includes one of Italy’s most incredible medieval castles.

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At 4,101 feet above sea level, this fantastic castle benefits from breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, and it is placed just 2 hours away from Rome, which means that it is easily accessible by tourists. The medieval village and its castle are bound to become some of the most noteworthy attractions in Italy, since a company called Oriano Associati Architetti is working on transforming the fortress into a fully functional traditional hotel.

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In order to ensure an authentic yet comfortable experience, the team decided to conceal all modern equipment and facilities from sight, while the living arrangements must include only basic amenities and comforts such as fireplaces, cozy beds and bathtubs. History enthusiasts, groups of friends or romantic couples that are looking to escape their contemporary, busy lives for a few days would definitely enjoy spending some quality time within the walls of this stunning landmark.

Would you spend a night there?

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