The project

After years spent around the world, a degree in engineering and a working life devoted to industrial quality management, I have decided to embark on a new challenge and commit myself to a project that has been on my mind for a long time: turning my ancestors’ house back into an inn.

An inn that can be envisaged as a symbol of hospitality and kindness, of landmark and safe haven for yesterday and today’s travellers.

This particular aspect of mutual confidence between the customer and the owner is even more important when it comes to health-related matters.

My daughter is gluten intolerant and, when we travel, meeting owners that are consistently kind, professional and knowledgeable on the subject makes me feel at home.

This is why I have requested and obtained membership in the Alimentazione fuori casa (Nutrition Away from Home) project that the AIC (Associazione Italiana Celiachia – Italian Celiac Association) offers to owners of B&Bs and similar businesses in order to allow them to adapt their services to the needs of people affected by celiac disease, always in a welcoming spirit and surrounded by a serene atmosphere. Just like being at home.