A century-old Japanese Sophora at the entrance, massive walls with the ancient ruins of the drawbridge, secular oaks and cedars of Lebanon, frescoed rooms and fireplace made of Sarnico stone, an ancient tower with a private chapel, the oldest winery in Franciacorta now a museum, a tasting of fine Franciacorta and perfumed wine produced by the castle, all this welcomes you in Bornato.
Close to the castle roman stronghold and facing the vineyards there is an old farmhouse dated 1200, recently totally restored saving the original structure, builiding materials and decoration.
Five independent charming apartments, delightfully furnished, self contained with fireplace, original floor and wood ceiling, can host form 2 to 6 people and are available on a weekly and monthly basis.
Adjacent to the walls of the Castle, once ancient stables, the restaurant Palafreno retains the charm of the time and reminds, from the name, the noble saddle horse harness in the Middle Ages for rides and parades. The walls dating back to the sixteenth century, host 4 rooms which retain the signs of the ancient past with a charming and calm atmosphere. The innovative cuisine, with traditional local ingredients will suit every taste.
“Bronze is the mirror of the face, wine is the mirror of the mind” (Eschilio 525ac – 456ac).