"Welcome to my home. Come in, make yourself at home and leave some of the happiness you have brought with you”.
It is this desire that led to the creation of the apartments within the house, in which past and present harmoniously blend…
Studio for three people on the second floor, measuring 30 sqm.
It has a large veranda shared with the Colleoni apartment.
Dedicated to the famous nineteenth-century Bergamo composer Gaetano Donizetti. During the renovation, a significant portion of the early medieval period masonry emerged created in a herringbone pattern using local stone, which originally served a defensive role, given the presence of a putlog hole. An imposing and valuable centuries-old chestnut beam dominates the room and a fragment of a sixteenth-century fresco embellishes it.
One-bedroom apartment for 4 people on the second floor, measuring 36 sqm.
It has a large veranda shared with the Donizetti apartment.
Dedicated to Bartolomeo Colleoni from Bergamo, one of the most enterprising leaders of the fifteenth century. In the apartment there is an ancient plaster wall dating back to the historical period between the mid-fifteenth and mid-sixteenth century, embellished and adorned, along the whole top portion, by a monochrome sixteenth-century frieze on a red background, created with the "ad fresco" technique, typical of the Renaissance period, bearing allegorical figures related to the themes of classical mythology such as chimeras, putti, leonini shields, and doves. There is also a fourteenth-century parapet bearing floral motifs.