We provide bed and breakfast accommodation for the independent traveller and cooking, walking, painting and corporate wellbeing short breaks for small groups or for people wanting to add an active and creative experience to their Italian holiday. Legacy Casa Residencia is located in the ancient towns of Sulmona, birthplace of the Roman poet Ovidius and in the winter ski and lakeside summer resort of Scanno. Buried deep within the breath-taking beauty and untamed wilderness of the National Parks of Abruzzo and Majella we are less than two-hours drive from Rome.
Abruzzo people have retained a strong bond between their land with what they cook, and how they live. This bond between nature, food, creative beauty and good health is the blueprint for our Legacy alternative vacations that combines a fully supervised and escorted holidays with getting fit and being creative.DISCOVER MORE >
Legacy accommodation in Sulmona, offers antique-furnished en-suite bedrooms and self-contained apartments in a beautifully restored 16th Century Convent in the historical centre. The apartments have balconies that overlook the picturesque town and the Majella mountains that lie beyond. The Pentouse has a huge terrace with breathtaking views. The accommodation in Scanno is an authentically restored and furnished 15th Century building in the heart of this medieval town.
We offer B&B and self-catering accommodation in our beautifully restored and antique-furnished 16th Century convent. Located in the heart of the town’s historical centre, the apartments have balconies that overlook Sulmona (renamed the “City of Art”) and the Majella mountains that lie beyond. A penthouse apartment has a huge terrace with breathtaking views.MORE INFO >
The authentically restored and furnished medieval Town House in Scanno provides two double bedrooms, twoo bathrooms, lounge, kitchen/diner and a roof terrace. It can be rented on a self-catering basis only. The building is in the heart of this hidden winter-ski and summer lakeside mountain town otherwise known as the “pearl of Abruzzo.”MORE INFO >