The greppia is a wooden hayrack; it was usually placed over the trough that cattle ate from, in times gone by. The original eating trough in the bedroom and has now become an ornamental element that combines perfectly with the interior design of the renovated suite.
The suite situated on the ground floor has a French door that opens onto a small courtyard. The comfortable sitting room with its fascinating wooden beams and stone arches leads you through to the main bedroom. The sofa in the sitting room can be turned into a single-bed if necessary.
The kitchen and the dining facilities can be used freely and in common with other guests.
A wholesome and delicious farmhouse breakfast is included.
We offer our guests seasonal, organic goods grown and produced on our land, homegrown fruit and vegetables and a variety of delicious homemade jams.
The homemade cakes and the bread produced locally are all made from the Verna wheat grain that we grow personally.