Horses

Our outstanding stables, launched by our founder, Count Antonio Bolza, in 1999, is home to some of Italy’s finest, most highly skilled dressage horses. Lessons, wild hacks across the estate and early evening performances will introduce you to these magnificent creatures.

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Cooking lessons

Located next door to Ristorante Alle Scuderie, our cookery school will lead you on creative foraging walks in the grounds to pick what takes your fancy, show you how to create a variety of dishes, and transform the best of our local produce into scrumptious Italian meals.

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Tennis

Take a spin on our Astroturf courts, available for hire to guests, either for a knock-about with friends or for lessons with an experienced tennis coach. The tennis pavilion is stocked with refreshments, perfect for relaxing between games or for enthusiastic supporters to spend time in during a heated match.

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Biking

Our unspoilt estate is just the place to explore on two wheels, with kilometres of tracks to race around on, or to gently cruise along with the wind in your hair. High quality bikes (including electric bikes) of all sizes can be hired through our estate service team.

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Clay pigeon shooting

Our skilled gamekeeper can arrange clay-pigeon shooting from one of our four clay launchers, which are just perfect for the steep valleys of our estate. Take a group of friends and get competitive, or just practice your aim.

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Fishing

Reschio’s quiet, remote lakes offer a perfectly peaceful setting to spend a few hours with a rod, available to borrow to guests year-round. Take some time out, find a spot in the dappled shade and try your luck.

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Truffle hunting

Give your nose a workout on a truffle hunting trail with our local expert, heading to a neighbouring farm to snuffle out this rare delicacy. Follow a truffle hunter and his dog, enjoy a truffle tasting session, watch a cooking demonstration and round the day off with a delicious truffle-themed lunch.

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Wildlife watching

Our hills and ancient forests are filled with wildlife, from wild boar and roe deer, to foxes and porcupines. They don’t just trot out on demand, though. Head out on a gentle nature hike with our gamekeeper for the best chance of a glimpse of the creatures that call Reschio home.

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Families

From riding and tennis lessons, to wild hiking and biking, Reshio is the place for kids to go free-range. Our estate team can arrange all sorts of ways of entertaining the kids on the estate, while our child-friendly excursions can bring the region to life for young, inquisitive minds.

Around the Area

The landscapes of Umbria and Tuscany inspired the canvases of the Renaissance painters, and exploring the hazy hills, medieval hill-top towns, museums and art galleries is a rare treat.

Within an hour’s drive of Reschio are the spellbinding towns of Assisi, Arezzo, Cortona, Gubbio, Perugia and Siena. The long summer season, meanwhile, is alive with open-air concerts and opera, as well as little seasonal festas held in villages and towns. Then there’s the food to discover and the Sangiovese wines to try...

Whats on

Stroll on over to our restored Tabaccaia di Reschio, an industrial-chic space that hosts our roster of art exhibitions, such as works by Nic Fiddian Green and Lindy Guinness. We also host seasonal events and concerts in the courtyard of the Castello, which happens to have astonishingly good acoustics.

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