The holiday farm sits inside a rural hamlet consisting of a farmhouse and two buildings once used for country activities. The reception is located inside the oldest part of the main building, which dates back to the beginning of the 16th century. Guests can relax in the sitting room located on the second floor. It has a library, an antique piano, and a TV (the only one available on the premises). The owners and their family live on a section of the house, to ensure guests a very homely experience.
The place was restored to its former beauty following conscientious and lengthy construction work fully in line with Umbria's rural architectural style, using antique materials. Stone, bricks and wooden beams tell the story of this old settlement.
The accommodations were created in the two old buildings and they all overlook the garden, with the exception of the room located on the second floor of the main farmhouse. The appartments all furnished with finely restored antique furniture. The blankets and draperies are made from Busatti hand-woven and hand-embroidered fabrics. Nothing was left to chance and every object was carefully sourced from antique markets.