Caggiano, a village in Campania that looks closely at Basilicata, a mountain site, or almost 800 meters above sea level, is home to the Michelin star Innda Severino in the old town.
"Knock and you will be open... but at the Severino Inn - in the heart of the old town of Caggiano - you will need to ring the bell and climb a few step to introduce you to an environment of refined elegance. A kind of art gallery where you eat in the company of paintings by different contemporary artists, while the kitchen is inspired by the territory, bringing to the table delicacies of land and sea, expertly reworked by the creative flair of the new chef." (From the inspector de the MICHELIN guide)
The 600sq m property on four levels consists of an elegant and welcoming restaurant room on the inner floors with a few tables in a historic dining room that ensures a unique experience with a kitchen that has its roots in the territory and tradition, revisited with elegance and research. A journey through the flavors of this land.
A path that can be added to the pleasure of sleeping in the rooms on the upper floors from which to admire the valley below and enjoy the absolute tranquility of the arena that wants to be the bulwark in defense of the territory and its products. Twelve rooms on two levels, all different from each other, furnished in the style of the time, with solid wood furniture and lovely views.
The property can be converted into an elegant period abode as it was originally.