Castle of Miasino
Castle of Miasino
The Castello di Miasino is a Castle near Lake Maggiore, above Lake Orta.
It’s position makes it an ideal location for Gala dinners, events & weddings on the Italian Lakes.
A beautiful site located in the pristine environment of the Piedmont hill, on 568 m sea level. This site offers one of the most striking 19th century constructions: a Castle. It was built between 1867 and 1889 by Solaroli’s Family, in Miasino. From the castle you can see the precious natural richness situated from the Alps to the Novara country, in particular S. Giulio’s Island in the Orta Lake and Mesma mountain.
The castle enjoy of a wonderful view on the Lake. It shows a big hall of a exceptional structure , with two marble arcs.
Castle of Miasino offers wide rooms featured by panelled ceiling and splendid wooden floor.
The surrounding park is particular for its English grass secular trees and wonderful rhododendron and azaleas.
The Castle is ideal for ceremonies, weddings, meetings, fashion shows and cinematographic set. It is open all the year, with wide and warm local. Catering services are provided for dinners, lunches, coffee break and cocktails. Other services are the set up of the rooms, the supply of a-v installations, car’s rent and booking.
The entrance is bordered by a opulent garden with swimming pool, five a side field, playground and a big variety of tropical trees and typical mountain vegetation. The park is particularly indicated to receive guests to have an aperitif, waiting the feast in the inside of the Castle. If it rains, the Castle allows to have the aperitif in the rooms inside, in the hall or in the main floor with the verandah. The parking is situated in the inside of the manor and can arrange until 100 cars: the guests have the use of a parking man. Around the house a big park of 60.000 m2 is populated by many veggie and animal species. It is possible to observe the life of a little wood animals: squirrels, hedgehog and dormouses.
“Orta, the Lord’s watercolour, seems painted on silk, with the Sacro Monte towering above it; its noble promenade flaked by close buildings, the silent piazza and the Austere facaded behind the foliage of the horse-chestnuts, and, facing it, the Isle of San Giulio, resembling Dante’s airy purgatory, hesitant between water and the heaven”. This is how Piero Chiara, the writer of the lakes, exhalted the silence of Orta and this lake. A retreating silence upon whitch the local have spun their ancient legends.