The Villa Acquarone (annexe) is a stunning historical building built in a late 800 Palladian style and adorned with antique statues.
An extensive renovation of this significant building has been undertaken to restore it to its former glory. Each of its ten elegant ensuite rooms have period furniture, parquet wood floors and large opening French style windows facing the lakeside. There is also an impressive entrance reception room with marble flooring and stucco columns, which provides an alternative location to sit and relax.
Every room is equipped with a satellite flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi access, a telephone, hairdryer and a security safe. The air-conditioning is supplied by an ecofriendly geothermic system.
The Villa dates back to the late 1800s. It was built by Angelo Fuchs, an architect who designed several enchanting villas and hotels in Gardone, for the Counts Moi, a noble German family.. After World War I it was acquired by Duke Acquarone, a minister of the royal family. In 1947 it was bought by our family, so we have now been its custodians for over sixty years. Our restoration programme began in 1999 and it was repainted by Jorrit Tornquist, a renowed colour designer and painter