Molino di Molanoce
Massa Martana (Perugia)
An old water-mill set in a 12th century building, a stone and wood structure dating back to the late Roman period, where two apartments and a study room have been built.
It is placed in an area full of Archeological Sites, such as the Roman city of Carsulae, and it is integral part of the typical rural Umbrian landscape.
Structure and accommodation Molino di Molanoce
- Bed & Breakfast
- Pets allowed
- Typical products on sale
For guests two apartments and a study-room are available.
The footprints: attached to the mill, it is a Franciscan style refurbished apartament and it is for 2+1 people equipped with cooking facilities, toilet with shower, independent heating system; there is a stream of water flowing trough the garden.
The hopper: (bed and breakfast only) this was the ancient storehouse where the sacks of corn were placed and afterwards emptied out throungh the trap-door into the hopper below; now it is a studio-library within the owner's aparment, with two single beds, a private toilet and a shower; breakfast is included in the price and the guest can share the living-room together with the owner's family.
The ancient hayloft: an old place for storyng hay, beside the mill, restored with the combination of iron, wood, cork and stone; it has become an elegant studio-apartment equipped for 2+2 people, with cooking-facilities, heating and toilet with shower.
The manger: the old stall now entertains, in an atmosphere minimalist but warm, an ample studio apartment 2+2+1 people where the second bed is set on a characteristic loft, once refuge of the hays.