Via Corna, 1/3, 24039 Sotto il Monte Giovanni XXIII (Bergamo)
The agriturismo, set at the foot of Monte Canto (350 m.), has regained its original splendour thanks to conservative restoration which has enhanced the complex in harmony with its natural setting.
It is composed of a manor house dating back to the 1600s, an 11th century friaryand a farming area with vegetable garden, animal sheds and hay barns.
The farm was the property of the condottiero Bartolomeo Colleoni, a warlord whose coat-of-arms still remains, and is near a woodland with walking trails.
The agriturismo has 9 rooms, all warm, inviting and elegantly furnished with attention to detail, some with a fireplace. Each has a TV and a fan; a view of the countryside can be enjoyed from arches and windows.
Circuit breaker to reduce electromagnetic fields. Heating is powered by a wood burner combined with solar energy. Sound-proofing using panels in natural materials.
Beyond the reception area is the Legnaia room for banquets and functions. Two rooms for business events, meetings, conferences and conventions: Spassacà (max 60 people) and Süler (max 15 people). A quiet room with fireplace and mezzanine floor is perfect for romantic dinners or business brunches.
A large wisteria and jasmine covered pergola with means guests can enjoy al fresco dining in summer.
A 500 m is the birth home of Pope John XXIII. Cà Maitino Museum and Sant'Egidio abbey in Fontanella (11th century). Horse riding and golf courses. Le Cornelle Park and Zoo. Minitalia in Leolandia Fun Park (aquarium, shell exhibition, reptiles, parrots, farm animals and Children’s Corner).
Cycle path along the river in the North Adda Park, Late 19th century Workers’ Village in Crespi d'Adda. Thermal springs in Trescore Balnerario, Sant'Omobono and San Pellegrino.
Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.
Owners will be held responsible for damage to property and persons.
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