The Casagrande of the Conti Brandolini d'Adda can sleep up to 16 guests for a minimum of one week. Through the imposing entrance hall, decorated with giant swords, the family's battle standard, armature and statues, you enter the house. The ground floor has two livings rooms, two dining halls and a fully equipped designer kitchen with a traditional Venetian open fireplace. The kitchen opens up to a newly restored portico and has a view of the rose garden. After a dip in the 18-meter swimming pool, you can enjoy lunch or dinner alfresco under the monumental chestnut tree. Bespoke housekeeping support can be arranged with the owners.
The top floor has a grand living room with a fireplace, a family TV room and four stately bedrooms, two of which still have original frescoes dating back to1823. The comfortable bedrooms each have modern bathrooms overlooking the garden. The 15th century part of the estate has four bedrooms and three bathrooms overlooking the stables and a three hundred year old plane tree.
The remaining empty buildings in the Casagrande of the Conti Brandolini d'Adda cover a total of 2,500 square meters. There are old stables and granaries where the silk production of the family's farms used to be dried. A movie starring Marcello Mastroianni, "Mogliamante", was shot on this location.