The hamlet comprises of a small church, a handful of houses and a pizzeria which stand in the shadow of the original manor house. The entire farm with the main building, stables and barns have now been converted into a large apartment complex with more than fifty apartments, an excellent restaurant, a large enoteca which also serves light snacks and breakfast, two swimming pools, and also a shallow pool for children. One of the pools is also heated so that it can be used during the off season (April and October).
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The apartments all vary in shape, size and location. Some are on the ground floor, whilst others are on the first or second floor. Only some of them have a private terrace or garden space on their doorstep and there are tables and chairs in the large public areas for guests of apartments without private terraces. The apartments vary in size also and since they are all privately owned, there will also be some difference in the decor and furnishings, but there are still some common features.
Apartments all have air conditioning, a microwave, a television with a DVD player, an electric kettle and hairdryer. There is an internet point on the farm and Wi-Fi is available in the common areas (restaurant, enoteca and reception). It works in some of the apartments but not all, due to the thick walls which effect the signal.
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