Roccolino at Agriturismo Pesei
Apartment among the beech trees
In a forest of beech and hornbeam trees stands the Roccolino, an old country homestead dating back to the end of the 19th century once used for hunting, which is widespread in the area. Today it is a small renovated apartment that has retained its original features: the terracotta floor, the old sink, dated 1538, and the walls. The spaces are reminiscent of the organisation of a hunting lodge and, in fact, the room where the bird catcher used to stay has a beautiful old sink, now part of the kitchen equipped with a refrigerator, cooking hob and all the amenities for a pleasant stay.
The apartment is part of the Azienda Agricola Pesei.