The Building

The Bed & Breakfast sits snugly at the foot of Castle Scipione and is protected by the bell tower of the village. It’s divided into two interconnecting zones, one is made up of a kitchen and a living room with a fireplace and bedrooms coming with their own bathrooms upstairs, the other is reserved for the owners.

Inside the house

The ceilings feature the ancient beams showing. There are mostly nineteenth-century terracotta floors; some walls are of sandblasted stone, of which the whole house is built.

The Bed & Breakfast is equipped with heating and Wi-Fi connection.


loves repairing wood and wrought iron, with which walls and rooms are decked, while the furniture bought over time in the many antique shops of the surroundings adds to the interior decoration. 

The Laura Garden


adores flowers and tries to cheer up the garden in every season with colours and fragrances. In the summer, breakfast is served in the garden, among tulips, daffodils, irises and roses, scented plants, wisteria and jasmines.

The Terrace

Guests can chat or read a book on the meadow that is opposite the house or sunbathe and relax at the rear of the house in the shadow of fruit trees, maples and birches, enjoying the breeze blowing from the Po Plain and on sunny days they have the chance of glimpsing the Alps in the background.

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