Relax in a 13th Century farmhouse
Ca’ Ida grande is a rural building decorated with exposed stonework, erected by the Maestri Comacini in the 13th century.
It has remained intact for 800 years and was completely restored at the end of the 1990s; an exceptional job that preserved the original bricks and wooden beams. The rooms, still in their original medieval configuration, are now equipped with all modern comforts, including Sky TV.
Ca’ Ida piccola, right next door, is the most romantic option available, so much so it is the preferred location for couples who choose the Village to celebrate their wedding here.
Location: Village centre
Single, twin, double and triple rooms.