The structure, entirely in lava stone, dates back to the end of the 1800s and is surrounded by a wood and hazelnut trees cultivated with organic farming.
The farm consists of two units: the largest of about 250 square meters, on two floors, used for storing hazelnuts; a smaller one, used as a horse stable. After a restoration, we tried to maintain the original features (the trusses, the classic “cannizzo” roof, etc.). Four bedrooms (two quadruples and two triples) and one independent suite with a double bed have been created on the ground floor.
The rooms all have an independent entrance and a large front garden and an en-suite bathroom with linen. On the upper floor there is a large living room with a fir floor, a roof with original trusses, a rustic fireplace and a large kitchen for the exclusive use of the staff.
Meals are given with reservation.