Borgo Petroro lies in all its charm in the Umbrian hills, with their silver-shaded olive groves, just a short walk away from the town of Todi.
It is a new Country Relais located in the castle with the same name, an authentic medieval manor or more appropriately a fortified hamlet, which was originally founded as a “Castrum” in Ancient Roman times. By the end of the 13th century, Borgo Petroro Castle had grown strong enough to protect the surrounding area and neighbouring villas. At the entrance of the manor, on its majestic arched door, a stone eagle, the emblem of the city of Todi, welcomes its patrons.
Our suites pay homage to an all-encompassing made in Italy look, with two equipped with a private spa bath, are all tastefully furnished with unique antiques, wrought-iron lamps, trompe l’oeil paintings and tapestry and recycled wooden furniture.
Some suites have a countryside view, towards its stunning boundless horizon, while other overlook the charming internal courtyard, with its characteristic public baker’s oven. It all makes for an elegant and refined atmosphere, typical of a beautiful Umbrian villa, particularly cherished by Italian and international tourists.
We are proud to offer a high quality service to meet all our customers’ needs.
Borgo Petroro also hosts an elegant wellness area equipped with a sauna, Turkish bath, emotional shower and a Jacuzzi for those who wish to spend a day entirely dedicated to relaxation and well-being.
This lovely area of Umbria not only offers a relaxing atmosphere, but also unique local dishes that can be tasted at Locanda Petreja.
Traditional dishes are revisited by Chef Oliver Glowig, whose innovative touch can be found in all the recipes served in the restaurant. His creations represent a mixture of food from both the land and the sea, and his menu entirely revolves around the quality of the seasonal ingredients, treated with expertise, technique and a touch of creativity.
Taste the regional kitchen with all its flavours, scents and essences, together with traditional Italian sea dishes. From the seasonal white & black truffle, to cod, trout and seafood: you’re going to be guided through a path of traditional Italian kitchen