All prices will be given final confirmation upon a specific booking request
The San Luca abbey is located in southern Umbria, between the famous Marmore Falls and and the charming historic and culturally active town of Spoleto. The venue is completely surrounded by dense and luxurious vegetation of the whole valley. This special hotel has 18 double rooms and 3 suites and can accommodate up to 5 guests.
The charming rooms mostly derive from the old cells where the Benedictine monks of the abbey used to live, and every room is different from the others. The unique, timeless atmosphere of the abbey can be felt everywhere, in every room. You can choose among different kinds of accommodation in every part of the abbey.
The most fascinating part of this converted monastery, is the panoramic garden – with endless views over the Umbrian valley, dotted with villages and houses – the ideal setting for a blessing, but also for a cocktail in the summer months.
The heart of the venue is the central 13th century cloisters, surrounded on three sides by a two-storey portico with columns and pedestals, and closed on the fourth side by the chapel. This is the ideal setting for a formal or relaxed and intimate seated meal and party to follow.
In case of poor weather the internal refectory can seat up to 90, offering a really special Plan B for this venue.
The Abbey costs for an event (until 3,00 AM)
Monday to Wednesday
Fridays and Saturdays
Thursday and Sundays
Accommodation for up to 47 guests (B+B)
18 rooms, sleeping up to 43
2750 Euros B+B per night
Extra fee for catered meals on site on days other than the weddings day
2800 to 4800 Euros depending on number of guests / type of booking
Daily villa rental + hotel style accommodation
Blessing / Symbolic:
Abbey gardens and grounds
Seated Guests (Externally):
Seated Guests (Internally):
Music end time:
01,00 AM, extendable to 02,00 AM
The meeting of medieval setting, in a genuine unspoilt territory, yet in the very heart of Italy
Perugia 60 minutes, Rome 90 minutes, Florence 150 minutes