Villa Sola Cabiati

   “I had a moment of great peace. Maybe this is happiness.”
                                                                                                                 – Virginia Woolf- 

Features

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SUITES N. 6

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BATHROOMS N.7

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PRIVATE PIER

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SWIMMING POOL

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GRAND PIANO

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AT THE GRAND HOTEL TREMEZZO: SPA, tennis court, gym, private beach, two pools outdoor and indoor

Once Villa Sola Cabiati of Tremezzo was known as “La Quiete“: 

a name – still alive in popular culture – that I really like because it perfectly describes the feeling of peace and well-being that can be achieved by staying in this villa, one of the most refined and rich in the history of Lake Como. 

It is not by chance that that it was a great poet who wanted to call it that. 

Giuseppe Parini, struck by the natural and artistic beauties and the refined atmosphere of the holiday home of the Serbelloni dukes, was certain he had found Paradise. 

Personally, I cannot find it hard to believe when I find myself in front of the majestic iron gate with gilded friezes and mythological statues, and when I admire the facade with marble balconies and the blue shutters that pay homage to the lake. 

And I must admit that all the harmony and proportion that I see walking through the magnificent Italian garden makes me feel at peace. 

Inside I notice that all the history, culture and splendor of the past seem to have remained intact in each room  and simply enhanced by a respectful restoration. 

As if all this were not enough, I learn that the furnishings of the apartment where Napoleon stayed with his wife Josèphine Beauharnais were secretly transported here – and saved from the fire of Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan. 

The thrill of a private visit to this small “secret museum”, with a member of the Sola Cabiati family as guide, is an exclusive dedicated to you lucky guests. 

Ground floor 

  • Entrance Hall from the Italian garden
  • Living room with lake and garden views, with grand piano, frescoed ceilings and walls
  • Dining room for up to 12 with lake and garden views, frescoed ceilings and walls $
  • Sitting room with sofas and garden view
  • Sitting room with Meissen collection
  • Antonietta Suite:  double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake view
  • Gianvico Suite double/ twin bedroom, 5 steps lead up to the en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake view
  • Guest bathroom

 

First floor left wing 

  • Amalia Suite double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), lake view
  • Office with computer and lake view
  • Andrea Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), lake views

 

First floor right wing  (accessed via the monumental staircase, not connected with the other wing) 

  • Alberica Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake views
  • Nora Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), views on two sides to the lake and garden, sitting room

 

Top floor

  • Private Museum not accessible (visit by reservation only)

 

OUTDOORS

  • Front lake Italian garden
  • Mountain view garden with swimming pool and gazebo
  • Air conditioning  
  • Safe in all bedrooms  
  • Private parking area  
  • Flat screen Tv in all bedrooms 

Built in the 16th century, the Villa was bought by the Dukes of Serbelloni in the 18th to be their summer escape from the heat of Milan. In this age of exuberant decadence, no expense was spared to make the Villa the most spectacular on the Lake. The façade was redesigned in the Neoclassical style and the two side wings, impressive staircase, marble balconies and characteristic blue shutters – reflecting the lake waters – were added. Great artists were brought in to embellish the halls and rooms with elaborate stuccoes and frescoes resulting in spectacular period décor. Outdoors a grand Italian garden with four blossoming parterres was planted, a romantic stone mooring was built and an impressive cast iron gate was installed. In a sign of their affection for the Villa, the Serbelloni inscribed the words Villulae Quietem, the stillness of a small villa, above the entrance. A statement as true today as it was then.

Once Villa Sola Cabiati of Tremezzo was known as “La Quiete“: 

a name – still alive in popular culture – that I really like because it perfectly describes the feeling of peace and well-being that can be achieved by staying in this villa, one of the most refined and rich in the history of Lake Como. 

It is not by chance that that it was a great poet who wanted to call it that. 

Giuseppe Parini, struck by the natural and artistic beauties and the refined atmosphere of the holiday home of the Serbelloni dukes, was certain he had found Paradise. 

Personally, I cannot find it hard to believe when I find myself in front of the majestic iron gate with gilded friezes and mythological statues, and when I admire the facade with marble balconies and the blue shutters that pay homage to the lake. 

And I must admit that all the harmony and proportion that I see walking through the magnificent Italian garden makes me feel at peace. 

Inside I notice that all the history, culture and splendor of the past seem to have remained intact in each room  and simply enhanced by a respectful restoration. 

As if all this were not enough, I learn that the furnishings of the apartment where Napoleon stayed with his wife Josèphine Beauharnais were secretly transported here – and saved from the fire of Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan. 

The thrill of a private visit to this small “secret museum”, with a member of the Sola Cabiati family as guide, is an exclusive dedicated to you lucky guests. 

Ground floor 

  • Entrance Hall from the Italian garden
  • Living room with lake and garden views, with grand piano, frescoed ceilings and walls
  • Dining room for up to 12 with lake and garden views, frescoed ceilings and walls $
  • Sitting room with sofas and garden view
  • Sitting room with Meissen collection
  • Antonietta Suite:  double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake view
  • Gianvico Suite double/ twin bedroom, 5 steps lead up to the en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake view
  • Guest bathroom

 

First floor left wing 

  • Amalia Suite double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), lake view
  • Office with computer and lake view
  • Andrea Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), lake views

 

First floor right wing  (accessed via the monumental staircase, not connected with the other wing) 

  • Alberica Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and shower attachment), lake views
  • Nora Suite: double/ twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom (tub and separate shower), views on two sides to the lake and garden, sitting room

 

Top floor

  • Private Museum not accessible (visit by reservation only)

 

OUTDOORS

  • Front lake Italian garden
  • Mountain view garden with swimming pool and gazebo

Built in the 16th century, the Villa was bought by the Dukes of Serbelloni in the 18th to be their summer escape from the heat of Milan. In this age of exuberant decadence, no expense was spared to make the Villa the most spectacular on the Lake. The façade was redesigned in the Neoclassical style and the two side wings, impressive staircase, marble balconies and characteristic blue shutters – reflecting the lake waters – were added. Great artists were brought in to embellish the halls and rooms with elaborate stuccoes and frescoes resulting in spectacular period décor. Outdoors a grand Italian garden with four blossoming parterres was planted, a romantic stone mooring was built and an impressive cast iron gate was installed. In a sign of their affection for the Villa, the Serbelloni inscribed the words Villulae Quietem, the stillness of a small villa, above the entrance. A statement as true today as it was then.

  • Air conditioning  
  • Safe in all bedrooms  
  • Private parking area  
  • Flat screen Tv in all bedrooms 

Services included

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Daily cleaning

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Turn down service

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Chef

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Butler

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Concierge service

Distances

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On the lake

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Milano-Malpensa Airport (MPX) - 80 km

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Milano-Linate Airport (LIML) - 90 km

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Lugano Airport (LUG) - 37 Km

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Como - 29 Km

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Menaggio - 6 Km

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Argegno -9 Km

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St. Moritz (CH) - 103 Km

Explore Villa Sola Cabiati

Outdoor

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Indoor

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