It is a magic place with its stretch of cherry, pine, walnut, apple, acacia, oak and hornbeam trees; here you feel lifted and, at the same time, anchored to the old stones dating back to 1700.
The small village has a characteristic setting: the manor palace, the small church, the farmer’s house, the hut and the farmyard.
The small church, consecrated, is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. The farmer’s house, recently done up, has kept its original wall structure, whereas the furniture, while keeping the traditional austerity of Marches’ rural mansions, co-exists with accessories meeting a refined modern taste and guaranteeing a perfect welcome to the guests.
The interior shows a happy combination of old and modern: glass, different essences of woods such as oak, elm and chestnut; wrought iron and steel; wood and glass floors and terracotta tiles. Remarkable are the wall decorations, the old chimney, some furniture pieces and the cave within the holding.