The Guest Annex with kitchen and bathroom facilities and stove

Jun 24, 2014

The Guest Annex with kitchen and bathroom facilities and stove

Our house is completed by a characteristic guest annex which is ideal for a sportier holiday. It has an independent entrance and can accommodate up to 2 people. Heated by a wood-fuelled stove, the guest annex is furnished with a bunk bed, a simple toilet and a basic kitchen: the ideal solution for a dynamic holiday for young people or to stay after a barbecue or a festive picnic. Guests staying in the annex have full access to the shared living room, garden and gazebo, sunbathing area and room reserved for garaging and carrying out small repair jobs on bicycles and...

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Mulino della Pita’s room

Jun 24, 2014

Mulino della Pita’s room

Our third room is named after the former olive mill built in 1775, positioned at the junction between the roads that link the hamlets of the town of Gravere which, after being left abandoned for may years, has hosted the “Artistic Nativity” so generously created by the artist Tino Aime, an illustrious resident of Gravere, and the many other artists that contributed to the project, since 1999. It has two large windows facing east and north, offering a fabulous view of the peak of the Rocciamelone and, in summer, over the neighbouring paddock which is home to our horses. This spacious and...

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Sacra di San Michele’s room

Jun 24, 2014

Sacra di San Michele’s room

Our second room is dedicated to the monument which symbolises the region of Piedmont and which, since it was founded towards the end of the 10th century, has represented the reference point for all visitors to the Susa Valley, from the pilgrims of the Via Francigena to the athletes of the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics. Arranged on two levels, this room too is furnished to comfortably accommodate up to 3 people without the use of additional beds. There are 2 spacious single beds which can be joined to make a double bed, as well as a single sofa-bed up in the gallery, creating a completely...

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Certosa della Losa’s room

Jun 24, 2014

Certosa della Losa’s room

Our first room is named after the Susa Valley’s first Carthusian monastery (1191), which is still open to visitors in the “La Losa” hamlet of Gravere. Created in an original attic room, with a double view of the High Susa Valley and the hamlet of Arnodera, the room is furnished to comfortably accommodate up to 3 people without the use of additional beds. There is a spacious double bed and a single sofa-bed, arranged to create a completely independent and harmonious setting for use by adults and children. This spacious room is very bright, due in part to its practical balcony, and is equipped...

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