The Mill was built
in the 1780
It has always belonged to the Moscati family, Marquises of Poppano and Barons of Olevano. The same family as San Giuseppe Moscati, the holy doctor who lived and worked in Naples at the beginning of the 20th century.
For over two hundred years the millstone has turned incessantly to produce flour for the local community
When the last caretaker, Cenzino (Vincenzo Torraca) retired, it was decided to give new life to the Mill. Thus, after a restoration that lasted 3 years, in 2009 the Mill reopened its doors to hospitality. 4 rooms, a restaurant and a beautiful panoramic garden have been created.
The restoration enhanced
the stone vaults and arches
The old chestnut beams have been restored, some put back in their place, others planed and used to build the doors of the restaurant room. The old doors were fixed and put back in the rooms, some in their place, others as bed headboards or wardrobe doors.
The millstone has been recovered and is on display, inserted into the low perimeter wall of the entrance
Each architectural intervention was carried out respecting the materials and the territorial vocation. Stone and wood to consolidate the old structures. Glass and steel to create modern grafts.
Vietri ceramics in the bathrooms and on the entrance floor where the hand-decorated family coat of arms stands out
In 2023, a further intervention completely energetically redeveloped the building with the replacement of all air conditioners, boilers and solar panels.
From the garden you can enjoy a spectacular view of the plain with the sea on the horizon
Looking to the right you can see the Amalfi Coast which ends with the island of Capri, and to the left the Cilento with Punta Licosa. The sea can be reached in a few minutes by car.
The garden is the ideal space to relax in the cool of the trees and inebriate yourself with the scent of the flowers. Where in summer you enjoy breakfast and dinner.