La nostra missione è quella accogliere i nostri ospiti permettendogli di respirare le sensazioni che solo una dimora storica come la nostra in una città antica e splendida come Bevagna possono offrire.
Our mission is to accommodate our guests allowing them to breathe the sensations that only a historic house like ours in an ancient city and gorgeous as Bevagna can offer.
Cosa offriamo - Our offer
Nel B&B possono trovare spazio 5 persone.
Salendo dall'atrio dell'ingresso, attraverso una sinuosa scala a chiocciola, si arriva alle terrazze e ad un appartamento con bagno e cucina che può ospitare fino a 4 adulti. Il tutto arricchito da una splendida vista sui tetti di Bevagna e sulle colline umbre.
Our offer consist in two elegant and refined double rooms in the house in the B&B for a maximum of 5 people, then two independent apartments, one at the upper and one at the ground floor. In the upper one you can find a kitchen, a bathroom and 3 beds for 4 people. All enhanced by beautiful views of the Bevagna roofs and the Umbrian hills. On the ground floor of the building, next to the Roman Theatre, it is a second apartment with private bathroom and study / library that can accommodate 3 people.
Un po' di storia - A bit of history
The family of Trabalza Marinucci of Bevagna probably descends from a branch of the ancient family "Marinucci De'Reguardati" from Norcia, belonging to the Roman "Gens Anicia (5th century AD), from which the siblings Saint Benedict and Saint Scolastica are descendants on their mother's side. In the middle of the seventeenth century, some members of the "Marinucci" family moved from Norcia to Bevagna. They probably moved there attracted by the hemp fields surrounding the little town; Bevagna, in fact, was famous for hemp production since Roman times because, thanks to the whitening process conducted in Attone river, clothes produced were of a particular and unique white The Marinucci family bought lands and became a great producer of hemp. In the middle of the eighteenth century the family was so well integrated in the community of Bevagna, to be part of the town's government. The family also distinguished itself by the constant presence, for about two hundred years, of numerous religious figures from Catholic Church, among which the Dominican friar Agostino and the abbess "Donna Vittoria" from the Monastery of Santa Maria del Monte in Bevagna. The double-barrelled surname "Trabalza Marinucci" comes from the marriage between a young gentleman from Bevagna, named "Trabalza", and a "Marinucci", niece the friar Agostino Marinucci. A notary deed, dated 1834 AD, confirms that the new family and its descendants shall take the two surnames together, they shall live in Marinucci abode and shall enjoy a substantial income (the marriage act is detailed and meticulous). Luigi Trabalza Marinucci was born from this marriage and is considered the firstborn of this new family. He was the first direct ancestor of Cristina Trabalza Marinucci, mother of Paolo Valeri and last descendant of this branch of the family and current owner of the historical Marinucci dwelling.