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Since 1700, when the house of Tronconi built it, stone by stone, on the south-western slopes of the Rocca d’Arce, Palazzo Tronconi has watched over the sinuous hills of the Liri valley that lie below it. In 1798 Ferdinand IV, the Bourbon King of Naples, stayed here, as did the less noble Don Nicola Grossi, Captain of the Arce town guard.

In 1849 he gave Giuseppe Garibaldi a hard time when the latter was at the head of 4,000 men on his way from the Roman Republic to conquer the Two Sicilies.

Marco Marocco, a producer of biodynamic wine, whose rows of vines run like the lines of a pentagram across the hills of Arce, has reinvigorated the palazzo.

He has done so with his characteristic verve, uniting the building’s historic noble grandeur with a contemporary style of simple lines. The maniacal attention to detail and the breathtaking views, combined with a cuisine that is deeply rooted in the area, gently embrace and cosset guests.

And our aim?

To let Palazzo Tronconi captivate our guests forever.