The B&B Ponte del
Tonno is in the center of Garbagna, a small town
in the Italian countryside.
The house is made of stones
and it was built in 1888 by Mr Attilio’s
great-grandfather, called ‘Tonno’.
The literary translation of ‘Ponte del Tonno’
is ‘Tuna’s Bridge’.
The structure is the typical
one of the country house, in fact the court is
surrounded by farmsteads and sheds. Beyond them
there are the kitchen-garden, the orchard and
the poultry-pen. In the first half of the last
century, the building was an inn so Mrs Alma,
Attilio’s wife, had the idea of restoring
it and turned it into a bed and breakfast.