Antica locanda Lunetta

Welcome to the heart of the historical center of Mandas, once a flourishing Spanish duchy.
Here stands the Antica Locanda Lunetta.

Beyond the large oak door, the house and its fragrant garden of aromatic herbs welcome you, transporting you to an atmosphere of times gone by.
The 1600’s country house, once a post station, has given way to an elegant and welcoming inn, equipped with every comfort and with an infinite number of small corners full of charm, all to be discovered.

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Dondina and Calogero Lunetta were the original owners of Albergo Lunetta. The rooms on top of the building of the train station, hosted in 1921 the English writer D.H. Lawrence and his wife Frieda. A century later, Barbara, Gian Luca and Agostino reopen the doors of the Locanda Lunetta, once owned by their great-grandparents, to travellers.

The Rooms

Thick sandstone walls set the rooms of the Antica Locanda Lunetta inviting you to rest and relax.

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The Rooms of the Ancient House

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The Garden Suites

Services

Some of the services available free of charge

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LCD TV

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Courtesy Set

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Daily cleaning

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Shower with Hydromassage

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Wi-Fi

libri

Many books…

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LOGO RETE

The challenging times we are living in today have made it clear that each of us will be required to further make an effort to safeguard the planet. The assumption of a concrete commitment to the protection and promotion of the values of sustainability is inevitable. Each of us in our own domain. Being eco-sustainable means reducing the impact of our company on the environment, through choices capable of producing social and economic benefits for our communities.

This concept has always been the cornerstone of the "Antica Locanda Lunetta" project, starting from where we are: we wanted to invest our resources, our time and our energy in Mandas, a small rural village in the hills, perhaps far from the coast, but immersed in an authentic reality of agro-pastoral tradition. A place that young people have been abandoning for several decades, in search of personal fulfillment, but which is actually rich in history, charm and tradition.