It you want an authentic Italian experience, stay here. It's tucked away in a non-tourist town, down a tiny alley, in a stone complex that was likely built before the 1500s. The house is beautifully refurbished with a fabulous kitchen - dining area with huge fold out doors that open to the charming, private gravel courtyard. Seriously, the living area with big TV is quite comfy and nice, but we spent all our time at the dining room table or outside in the courtyard. The two bedrooms are roomy and private, the beds are extremely comfortable, the linens wonderful and there were bathrobes! The two bathrooms are great. Plenty of hot water and great water pressure. Our hosts were charming and helpful. The one caveat is that you really need a car to stay here or travel in this Northern area. We arrived by train but Piera took us to a local agency and we rented a car for five days. Driving in Northern Italy isn't a problem. There are great supermarkets nearby. It's a great location to visit the Lake region, Bergamo, or head East to Verona. You are in the middle of the Franciacorta wine region, which is just lovely. Lots of places for wine tasting!
When we arrived the house was warm an welcoming and complete with all the necessary. the village is near to the services like shopping center (1km) and restaurants .By car Its easy to reach Iseo lake, Brescia ,Bergamo, Garda Lake is at 40 minutes but is nice to walk nearby the house in the hills and vineyard. We spent a nice and qui quiet holyday.