Albergo Diffuso Crispolti is located in the heart of the medieval village of Labro: an accommodation facility carefully restored and furnished with taste and elegance, composed of 7 units all with a splendid view of the Piediluco Lake.
Albergo Diffuso Crispolti History
The millenarian history of the village of Labro began in 950 when the Germanic emperor Otto I infested Aldobrandino de Nobili as lord of Labro. Over the centuries, given its particular position on the border between the papacy and the empire, this land was often the scene of numerous battles and controversies with the lords of Luco and with the Normans who reached the near Morro at the height of their expansion. The village sees the years spent until after the Second World War, a period in which a progressive exodus from the country begins that will continue until the late 60s. In fact, the year 1968 was when Yvan Van Mossevelde, a Belgian architect specialized in the recovery of ancient buildings, arrived Labro, now inhabited by only about 80 people and condemned to abandonment and degradation. Fascinated by the architecture and history that permeated this place, he began a restructuring work unique in its kind that allowed the village to continue to shine up to the present day.
In the heart of the village is today the Albergo Diffuso Crispolti, consisting of 7 units (divided between rooms, houses and suites) perfectly restored and located in the historic center. Rooms come with tiled floors and a private bathroom. Modern comforts include a magnificent view of Lake Pideiluco and the underlying Santa Valley.
Plentiful and wholesome breakfasts with fresh fruit and homemade cakes, warm hospitality and idyllic peace accompany visitors during their stays, transporting them to a dimension outside modern frenzy in this medieval historical and architectural gem.