S. Antonio di Mavignola, 1980.
This ruin, which was bought by its owner in 1972, was originally a family summer residence. It was in 1980 when they decided to turn the maso (alpine farmstead) into a tourist accommodation through a valued restoration project carefully preserving the characteristics and the original nature of the building. The shingle roof rests on the large wooden truss of the main front area creating a welcoming portico. The six rooms are small and snug, furnished with care and good taste following local style.