Borgo Loretello is not a traditional wedding venue but it can be the ideal place to elope or for couples wishing to have an intimate celebration off the beaten path. This village is where you can hide away to have a great wedding holiday and reunite your loved ones in one the most unspoilt Italian settings.
We have few areas available for events in Loretello and the nearby area: the town's square, a tiny picturesque theatre and even an artist's residence for a perfect mix of rustic Italian feel and industrial spaces.
For more information please email our wedding specialist Elisa Generali at firstname.lastname@example.org
Loretello is a small village where a quiet community lives. Only a certain number of weddings can take place every year in order not to disrupt the community and its lifestyle. For the same reason only very small weddings are allowed to be organised here: the maximum allowed number of guests is currently 25 people.
Please note that we host weddings only on the basis the all our properties are privatised for the event and this is because we don’t want other potential guests to be disturbed by the celebrations. Our weddings are then subjected to a 3 nights minimum stay policy.
11 adults + 4 apartments (link to sleep page). The rest of the guests can be easily accommodated in the nearby area.
Theatre in the nearby village, local church.
The square (off season)
In the square, at the nearby restaurant
Local restaurant or a nearby casolare
In the square
Borgo Loretello is where you can host a different kind of hen party or stag do. Our hen/stags revolve around group experiences that will mark this moment in time with a true bonding experience between the bride/groom to be and their most loved ones. We can help you customise the perfect event to create a hen/stag that will be forever remembered.
If you are getting married in a venue nearby, but still would like for Borgo Loretello to be part of your celebrations, Loretello’s square might be the perfect place for it. There is nothing quite like toasting to what the day ahead of you before an amazing Italian sunset over the countryside.