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The house “Il Gelso” owes its name to the two leafy mulberry trees that graze its north facade.
The ancient iconic fireplace still dominates the ample kitchen. That is where, in the old days, the farm family would gather during the long winter evenings.
Both double bedrooms have two windows with a view on the surrounding fields. The bathroom has a window too, and a queen size sofa bed is available in the dining area.
Depending on the requirements of our guests, “Il Glicine” house can be connected with the “Il Glicine” house, to become a spacious and cozy holiday house in farmstay.
Mulberry leaves were a luxurious food for silkworms. Silkworm farming was very common in the region, so much so that a steam-powered spinning mill, employing 150 female workers, was active in the area before World War II.