Perched on a hillock towering over the lovely Umbrian-Tuscan countryside, Villa Valentini Bonaparte is a wedding location boasting an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, the ideal setting to make your wedding day a memorable and unique event. The Villa, which lies between Cortona and Montepulciano, vaunts an ancient background characterized by illustrious figures such as Santa Margherita da Cortona, Princess Maria Bonaparte and Count Valentini. Newlyweds can choose from a number of different settings for their wedding ceremony: from the interiors, featuring refined lounges and a sumptuous banquet hall that can accommodate up to 120 guests, to the exteriors, where a centuries-old dramatic park extending over three hectares and adorned with a splendid Orangery can accommodate up to 300 people. The Villa, which is offered in exclusivity to the newlyweds for the entire day, can also be rented for several days thanks to its ten magnificent suites equipped with every comfort and all the outdoor spaces. The pride of the facility - its magnificent gardens - are the perfect setting to celebrate a fairytale wedding that will remain forever engraved in the heart's memory. Here a burst of colors and scents envelops the cured hedges of rare English roses and the enchanting flowered lawn that leads to the Amphitheater that overlooks a romantic lake. While the wisteria Kiosk with its beautiful pool is the ideal place for a welcome drink or for the fateful cutting of the cake, the fairy-tale Secret Forest is the perfect setting for the ceremonial photos. Every space of Villa Valentini Bonaparte will be made available to the newlyweds to make their most beautiful day memorable and unique, which in this extraordinary historic home will be transformed into a true work of art. All this under the careful supervision of the Preludio Catering staff, which offers an impeccable service capable of impressing the guests thanks to the attention to every detail and to a refined and high-level cuisine that will satisfy even the most demanding palate.
Villa Valentini Bonaparte
200 years of history