This is a large stone and old brick house, which, in centuries gone by, was once the home of the transhumant shepherds , and today it has been restored by the owners themselves, taking the utmost care to offer the best possible reconstruction of that era.
If we venture in from the terrace with its pebble stone mosaic, going through a very elegant traditional door with forged nails, we come across a small rural independent house with two rooms (each with an en-suite bathroom and TV) and a lounge-kitchen. This is ideal for a family with children or two couples.
Through another door we reach the first floor where there are two double rooms with en-suite bathrooms and a TV, one of them with a small sitting room, ideal for couples with small children.
And on the top floor:
- another double room with an en-suite bathroom and a TV
- a lounge with a seven metre long window and superb views of the reservoir and the village
- a kitchen-dining room with a table that has a rotating platform, where we offer a delicious shepherd’s breakfast with homemade products prepared by the owners