Our three cosy apartments have been recently renovated: we offer every modern comfort while still retaining the feel of an authentic italian farmhouse. All apartments are spacious and have independent access and private outdoor patios with tables and chairs for al fresco dining. All apartments have outstanding views and are surrounded by nature.
We offer a flexible living arrangements and we can cater for couples or groups of people of 2, 4, 5 or 6 people.
All our apartments have a living room, kitchen equipped with dishes, cutlery and appliances such as dishwasher, oven, microwave oven and washing machine.
All rooms are en-suite.
Our swimming pool ( 6 x 12 m or 20 x 40 ft) is surrounded by fruit trees such as pear trees, fig trees, apricot trees, plum trees, peach and apple trees.
Both the swimming pool and the solarium, equipped with sunbeds are free to use for our guests.
- We offer the following services:
Free high speed WiFi
Weekly bedding and lining change
For a small charge you can rent bikes
We can provide information and buy tickets for events, concerts, attractions,etc.
- Torriano1: This apartment has: ground floor - reception room, a spacious kitchen, two en-suite rooms and a 80 sqm loggia.
The apartment has central heating and a private patio (loggia) with tables and chairs where you can eat al fresco.
Torriano2: This first floor apartment has a living kitchen, 2 en-suite rooms and an outdoor private gazebo with tables and chairs. Torriano 2 has central heating and air conditioning.
- Torriano3: The apartment is on two floors, ground floor and first floor. It has a spacious kitchen, 3 en-suite rooms and a 100 msq private outdoor pergola with tables and chairs. Central heating and fans are provided for your comfort.
Only you is a sculpture in corten steel made by Jean Claude Farhi. The sculptures of this french artist (who died in 2012) can be seen in many cities, the most famous of which is the massive sculpture in Nice airport. Only you comes directly from Valencia (Spain) where it was displayed for the great exhibition in 2011.