Here you have an enchanting atmosphere both inside and outside in the medieval town, which has been awarded the status as one of the most beautiful medieval villages in Italy!
As soon as you come through the gate from the main street, you find yourself in a large cosy courtyard with a pool, trees, a small fountain, deck chairs, a café corner with umbrellas, a wellness centre and a reception. The restaurant is used for major events a few times a year during which the courtyard is decorated with torches. You will find the nearest restaurants in the town is about 50 - 100 metres from the site so it's not far to walk. Breakfast is included in the price so you can relax in the mornings.
Here you enter into a completely different world and can let the historic journey begin. The house has been renovated and furnished with a lot of imagination and with much influence from the past since all rooms are named after historical personalities.
The architect has tried to imagine how, for example Marco Polo, Odysseus, Vivaldi, Caesar and others would have decorated their homes, and then just gone with a very consistent approach. The furniture has been chosen with care and the walls have been decorated with many exciting murals and other imaginative details.
Some apartments are relatively modern, while others are decorated very simply and with antique furniture. Many of the apartments on the top floor have sloping ceilings and wooden beams, and some of the apartments are on two floors. They are all different sizes and accommodate a maximum of 6 people. There is a total of 14 apartments, most of which are located in the buildings around the courtyard while La Torrettea is about 50 metres further down the street.
All apartments have a living room and a kitchen or a kitchenette with two cooking rings and a fridge. There is a bath with a shower, a hairdryer, air conditioning / heating, satellite TV and a safety deposit box. Breakfast is included in the price.
Read about the apartments at Corte Uccellanda