Tenuta Villa Quassa is an ancient farmhouse of 900 recently renovated overlooking Lake Maggiore and with a broad view of the surrounding mountains.
The property is located in Ispra (VA) and surrounded by a large park of over 55,000 square meters.
The structure offers different solutions for a minimum stay of two days.
The three cozy double bedrooms on the first floor all have private bathrooms and a large veranda overlooking the park.
The junior suite is a large two-room apartment with double bedroom, living room, bathroom and terrace with lake view.
The family suite is ideal for a family of 4 people: it has two bedrooms, double and twin, two bathrooms, a large living room and a small balcony.
Surrounded by greenery just a few steps from Lake Maggiore, the "Quassa" is one of the most prestigious accommodations in the area.
Located within the Parco del Golfo della Quassa, a protected area that includes the municipalities of Ispra and Ranco, it is the ideal place for relaxing, comfortable, romantic holidays and in contact with nature.
Ispra is a lakeside municipality that overlooks the Lombard side of Lake Maggiore.
From the property it is possible to walk directly to the lake.
Lake Maggiore is the largest lake in Italy, after Garda, and is the largest in the so-called three lakes region, where luxury villas are also for sale. Lake Maggiore extends into the Lombardy Pre-Alps occupying a large valley, a continuation of the Ticino river, along which the great glacier descended.
Lake Maggiore contains seven islands, the two islands of Brissago; the four Borromean islands (Isola Madre, Isola S. Giovanni, Isola Superiore, Isola Bella) in the Gulf of Pallanza the island of Partegora, in the southern end between Angera and Arona. You can also consider the two islets on which Castel di Cannero stands, to be among the islands.
The eastern shore is more sunny, extending south of Laveno, to Angera; there is only the steep fortress on which you will find the Sanctuary of S. Caterina del Sasso and the hill of S. Quirico with the fortress of Angera. To the south of Arona and Angera, the lake narrows more and more, with somewhat shady shores, until it comes to Sesto Calende and resumes looking like a river.
The climate of Lake Maggiore is generally very mild; along the shores products from hot countries can be cultivated, especially in some of the most well-preserved places, such as Meina, Intra, Pallanza, Stresa and Cànnero, which are almost like islands with their own climate where olive trees, cedars, lemons, oranges and many tropical plants grow. The average winter temperature ranges from 3° to 6°; the summer average ranges from 25° to 28°.
Double room: 140,00 Euro
Junior Suite: 210,00 Euro
Family Suite: 260,00 Euro
Other things to know
Tourist tax: € 1 per day per person (children: only if older than 12 years).
Daily room cleaning service: on request
Breakfast: on request