Mulino della Pita’s room Posted March 26, 2012


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 comfortable room can accommodate up to 2 people in the double bed and is equipped with satellite TV and an independent, private bathroom on the same floor.
Thanks to a system of specially designed doors, the area can be cut off from the rest of the house, creating a comfortable mountain holiday apartment.