Let us tell you a little about what we have achieved over the years
The apartments, recently and carefully restored and modernized, are living creations named after their former uses and decorated according to different colours and meanings.
They are all located on the ground floor level, each with its own entrance and a porch with table and chairs for outdoor dining.
Our farmhouse accommodation also offers disabled access. The Stable and The Hay Barn apartments have facilitated access and special bathrooms, promising a great holiday for everyone.
All the apartments have a double bedroom, a fully-equipped kitchen-living room, double sofa bed and bathroom with shower.
They are also equipped with air conditioning, heating for the winter and free internet connection in each room.
Guests have access to a large garden with barbecue, games for adults and children, bicycles, a laundry area with outdoor shower (obtained by renovating the old family washhouse) and a waste recycling area.
Your furry friends are most welcome here.
Guests can also rent ‘Remo’s Cellar’, a place adjacent to the apartments that I am particularly fond of and that I have named after my father Remo.
Inside this structure, built even before the house itself, there are wine barrels and an old kitchen where we have lunch in the summer after returning from the tiring work in the fields.
It is a habitual place for our guests, who often come out with a bottle of wine or a taste of something from my kitchen.
Finally, there is really no price to be put on the sweet disposition of Grandma Eda, who will enthusiastically take you for a tour around the chicken coop, rabbit house and orchard, where you can feel the great satisfaction of taking part in the seasonal harvest.
All of the services listed here, along with our general professionalism, have earnt us the recognition of two ears of wheat out of three in the classification of farm facilities. With our commitment and your collaboration, we work every day to improve on this excellent result!
2 + 2 Persons
The Stable once housed the cattle. Here they bedded down, oxen and the heifers broken in to pull cart, plough, harrow and other tools used to work the fields...
The Hay Barn
2 + 1 Persons
A rectangular room on the ground floor where farmers lay out the daily forage for the stable animals...
The Grain Store
During the threshing, farmworkers brought 3-bushel, or 20-kilo, grain bags here and emptied them in a corner...
The Olive Store
In winter, hemp bales, filled with hand-picked and basketed olives, were transported by shoulder and cart to the Olive Store. Here they were turned out on the floor and, day by day, spread out and ‘ruminated’, or shuffled with a wooden blade to prevent them from going mouldy...