Untypical of the region, the Villa Flor is not a farmhouse but a representative, patrician house of returned emigrants with neoclassical style and jugendstil ornaments.
The present-day structure was build in 1904 by the Cloetta family, which found its fortune as «Randolinas Engiadinaisas» in Parma and finally returned, affluent and wealthy.
The House has been adapted 2009 to Villa Flor with seven guestrooms. Preservation of the historical substance has been emphasized, but at the same time unconventional interior architecture and artful furnishing have been integrated.
The original and conserved Jugendstil ornaments have been restored with much love and professional work. They are now part of the unique atmosphere, which plays unaffected between the present and the faded charme of the past.