In the middle of open farmland, surrounded by wheat and sunflowers to one side and a small wood and the famous crete senesi to the other.
Accommodation for 10 people
As you approach the house from a 1 km long private gravel road bordered by oak trees you will enter into the spirit of the remote bucolic atmosphere which surrounds the house.
Gonzola is a long rectangular house built in the local stone alberese, overgrown with rambling roses, honeysuckle, solanum and mediterranean aromatic plants such as rosemary, sage, lavender and thyme.Secular oak trees grow in front of it on both sides of the stream which runs just below the house, but only has water in the winter months.
La GonzolaTo the left of the house lies the pool house and, a little further off, the pool itself.
The garden of Gonzola was landscaped by Peter Curzon. The plants he chose blend in naturally with the surrounding fields and create a gentle harmony with the pergola for meals outside, the rustic pool house and the pool itself, which is exposed to the sun all day long and has been equipped with sun beds and deck chairs.