'Casetta' is a little picturesque house immersed in some orchards that belonged to Clivi family, recently recovered and turned into court-yards.
In the appendage court-yard there is an old wood-burning oven, not recovered.
Casetta is the smallest of the 3 accomodations, ideal for a couple: inside, there is a comfortable living-room with cooking-corner and fire-place, and one double room with toilette.
'Fienile' is placed in a suburban area of the village, in front of farmed fields and olive oil yards. Obtained from a portion of an old hay-loft, it consists on one wide living-room with cooking-corner, two double rooms and one toilette.
In the living-room there is a wonderful and ancient joiner's bench, with some old carpenter's tools.
Obtained from a typical pigeon-house tower of 1761, as signed by the date engraved on a flat tile, its name is due to the wood-pigeons that lived here till few years ago, whose shelters are still visible inside the house.
In the living-room there is an ancient and rare "mattera", a piece of furniture used as meal stockage, drew from here for any domestic need.
'Palombaia' has its own court-yard and consists, arranged on two floors, on one living-room, kitchen, toilette and a wide room with three beds.