Villa Tarlarini

Villa Tarlarini is a magnificent Liberty style late 18th Century home which overlooks the Gulf of Laveno Mombello on the banks of Lake Maggiore. The property was built by the great-grandparents of the Tarlanini family, and their descendants carry on the tradition of looking after it, taking care of conservation and restoration in order to preserve its beauty. Winston Churchill stayed in the Villa at one time, and painted pictures of the park and the surrounding views. The town of Laveno is 1.5km away, and frequent ferries connect the Lombardy and Piedmont banks, with the amazing tourist trails of the Alps. The town is a short car ride away from some cultural and touristic places of interest, as well as the splendid artistic heritage of Villa Porta Bozzolo at Casalzuigno, Villa Panza in Varese, and the Monastery of Santa Caterina del Sasso, built into the craggy cliffs around 1100. There are numerous trails that wind through ancient oak trees, woods full of chestnuts, hazelnuts, ferns and cyclamen.

Services and amenities: park, swimming pool, internal car park, satellite TV and WiFi


The owners offer sets for events, such as photoshoots, weddings, various ceremonies, small conventions and short TV films.

Renato Pozzetto filmed a TV show in Villa Tarlarini in 2021, with Anna Galieno and Sarah Maestri. (Casa & bottega)
In 1986 the film "Dolce assenza" was shot with Sergio Castellitto and Jo Champa.
Recently 8 episodes of the "4 matrimoni" series conducted by Costantino della Gherardesca have been shot for Sky Uno and a video clip of a famous Korean singer . 

An extensive photoshoot on the Villa has been published in N ° 124 of Living magazine.