Far from the crowds, far from the noise of Rome and Florence, far from the tourism of Tuscany, here the soul of Italy has remained virtually untouched since the 13th Century. Here, high on a hilltop 15 kilometres from the splendid medieval town of Todi, the fortress of Castello di Orlando with its proud Tower of Orlando stands vigil over a classic landscape of olive groves, vineyards and fields of golden sunflowers. We invite you to cross the threshold of Castello di Orlando is to enter a part of the past. This is not an ordinary place. It is an oasis where past and present live together in harmony. During your stay, a discreet and efficient staff will strive to ensure that your visit to Castello di Orlando meets all of your expectations. Castello di Orlando is a beautiful medieval fortress sitting on a hill top in a commanding position, in the un-spoilt countryside between Todi and Amelia, protecting what was the Imperial border against the city of Orvieto and the VaticanState in the thirteenth century. The castle is surrounded by a stunning enclosed 45 acre park consisting of vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees. A two acre lawn circles the house. There is a large swimming pool and pool house and patio.
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