Corte Mainolda is a cosy land house in the middle of Mantuas countryside.
The ancient 16th century building has been recently restored and converted into an agritourism by Prandi's family.
There are four suites, two of those, have been realized in the old granary while the other two has been obtained from the refurbishment of the ancient palace rooms.
Every suite presents its own features and design to create a refined and warm atmosphere.
At the first floor the big room with fireplace holds a king bed and ceiling fresco painted. The floor is also original earthenware.
The modern bathroom with iron shower and washbasin face the countryside around.
At the first floor there is also a bright suite with king bed and living room. The bedroom is totally painted and the bathroom has been realised with a modern element made of glass and steel. The bedroom has got its own chimney.
The living room, with sofa, worktable and TV is also totally painted. There is also a crenel that was used to observe the vineyards behind the house.
At the second floor a double room that faces the farmyard.
The floor is made of steel and the plaster still presents the signature and drawings made by refugees during the war.
The bathroom is realized into a glass turret that faces all the countryside.
At last, a 75 mq suite occupies the old granary. The floor is made of steel and the bright ceiling, with original wooden beam, creates a cosy and warm atmosphere.