Domus Vinea guest house takes its name from the centenary grapevine (Red Candia Malvasia), which is located on the main front of the house.
It has its roots in the outer wall of the building and in the stone staircase leading to the mezzanine floor.
Its long branch rises up to the top of the first floor, where it creates an arbor on the balcony below.
From here, overlooking the square, you can admire the church of San Rocco with its octagonal plan.
The restored chestnut door gives access to the house. From the floor, through a glass trapdoor, you can see the room below. Once it was the cellar, today it is used as an entertainment room.
Domus Vinea is equipped with a kitchenette and a breakfast room, characterized by a wooden ceiling and stone walls.
Going up the wooden staircase, you get to the first floor where we find the first bedroom called Malvasia.
This room is furnished with a turn-of-the-century brass double bed, a bathroom with all the accessories and a built-in chestnut wardrobe.
The room is equipped with TV, air conditioning and wi-fi.
A balcony overlooks a stone-paved street, surrounded by renovated and colorful houses, giving vibrancy to this corner of the center.
Going up to the second floor, we find a window from which you can admire the beauty of Largo Croce and the uniqueness of the church of San Rocco.
From another small window, you can still admire the famous and characteristic historical center of Guardia Sanframondi.
The name of the room on this floor is Falanghina, it has the same furnishings and the same comforts as the previous one, but it is also illuminated by a large window.
The entire building has undergone extensive renovations to provide guests with a more comfortable stay. Domus Vinea can be reached by car up in front of the door.