Vecchia Posta offers three comfortable appartments that have been restored in traditional Umbrian style:
Torre de Mezzodì, Torre de Ponente and Murata de Archi:
Vecchia Posta's origins date back to the 1500s, although it was extended in 1756. Today, its large woodburning oven, which once served the many families who lived here, is more likely to produce the the aroma of delicious roasts.
This building was no doubt used as a resting place for travellers and their animals. Testimony to its past are the terracotta fixtures that have been so cleverly made and fixed into the west facing stone wall and to which horses and donkies would have been tied. Although this building has been restored with great attention to its past, its perfect southern aspect also lends itself to the use of today's solar panels. Central to summer gatherings, the large table under the jasmine-perfumed pergola offers welcome shade close to the pool.