When you step into this historic hotel that dates from 1840, you will see a bar, a cosy TV room with a library, a fireplace room, a dining room and a beautiful and undisturbed courtyard where you can sit and relax in the summer months.
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by either the lord and the lady of the house - Gianni and Marisa, or their sons Massimiliano and Matteo or Danish Ulla, who is primarily responsible for the operation of the family's language school. At the reception (which also has Wi-Fi) you can find out about the many options for excursions and activities in the area, such as the nearby National Casentinodalen, wine cellar visits and Italian language courses. There is also a bar, a cosy TV room with a library, a fireplace room, a dining room and a beautiful and undisturbed courtyard.
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You can choose to dine from the a la carte menu or take the half-board option in the restaurant. The cuisine is based on local regional products such as truffles, mushrooms, wild boar, hare and wild herbs. Cooking classes are sometimes available where you will have the opportunity to learn about the local cuisine. Breakfast is served as a buffet and offers among other things includes homemade jams, cakes and bread.
- The 15 rooms are all individually decorated with antique furniture, such as beds made of wood or cast iron. 9 rooms are located in the hotel (1st and 2nd floor) on the main street via Roma, while the 6 other rooms are located in another property around 50 metres down the street. All have a TV with Italian channels (satellite TV in the common TV room), phone (in the 9 rooms at the hotel itself) and a bathroom with a toilet and shower. Two rooms have the option of an extra bed.