Each apartment is equipped with a private bathroom, kitchenette, an independent heating system and air conditioning.  The dimensions of the flats vary based on the type.  (Studio 30 sq.m., Two-room flat 45 sq.m., Three-room flat 60 sq.m.).

The apartments express our sincere and heartfelt love for old things from our homeland.  They also show our attachment to all objects, large or small, belonging to folk and agricultural traditions, such as coarse surfaces and simply crafted, timeworn tables.  We love searching for antique, forgotten objects and bringing them back to life.

Il Cielo

Studio – 30 sq.m. (2-3 people)

The studio boasts sky blue walls, a romantic four-poster bed with very fine curtains and a fully-equipped kitchenette with rustic stove hood and light blue hardwood cupboard doors.  The ceramic wall-lights were made by skilled artisans.  The large bathroom is decorated with stone tiles and finished with travertine Greek frets into which small sky-blue stones are set like precious jewels.  The spacious shower occupies a niche created by the bathroom walls, and has a large shower head.

Il Pioppeto

Two-room apartment – 45 sq.m. (2-4 people)

This apartment is decorated in shades of green that recall the leaves of poplar trees and is lit by finely made, green wall-lights.  It comprises a bathroom, finished with travertine Greek frets featuring alternating emerald green and pale green stones, a living room with kitchenette and sofa bed, and a double bedroom with a wrought iron bed.  The living room is also furnished with an antique table, a cupboard from the end of the 1800’s and a chest of drawers, intended for the use of any guests sleeping on the sofa bed.

Il Grano

Three-room apartment – 60 sq.m. (4-6 people)

This apartment is decorated in a warm yellow colour.  The bright living room has two large French windows and is equipped with a kitchenette with dishwasher, a kitchen cupboard with an elm board dating back to the 1800’s and an easy-to-open sofa bed.  In the double bedroom, the bed’s headboard was handmade with fine material; the twin bedroom boasts a 19th century wash stand.

The rooms are lit by light bulbs set in rustic, hand painted, natural terracotta saucers.

The bathroom is reached through a dressing room, ideal for storing luggage. Its travertine Greek frets are decorated with alternating amber-coloured and tobacco-coloured stones.

Around the apartment there have been placed wicker baskets containing colourful flowers and dried roses. 

The three-room apartment has privileged private access to the garden.

The other two apartments are on the first floor and offer postcard views of the poplar grove and the surrounding park, where the countryside’s vibrant colours change with the passing of the seasons.