“Today an Inn with cuisine, yesterday a place of production and food service for the small village”

An exclusive environment obtained from the ancient master rooms

We have given new life to the historical rooms of the ancient Farmhouse in order to renew its beauty.

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Two elegant internal dining rooms, a tavern, a large gazebo and a pergola for lunches and dinners in a dreamlike medieval setting.

The room with a large fireplace

Characterized by a large fireplace, this was the room that was most used by the family originally living in the Farmhouse.

It comfortably accommodates up to 25 persons maintaining its intimate atmosphere thanks to the pastel colours of the time

25 seats

The fresco room

The patterns and warm colours of the fresco give this room an elegant and evocative look, confirming the historical interest of the building.

It opens directly on the pergola which gives light to the room environment and offers, in the warm seasons, the possibility to enjoy the view of the beautiful Wisteria

35 seats


The Tavern

Restructured recently, it greets guests in a warm and cosy environment thanks to the uniqueness of its look: with exposed brick walls, with a vault and a deep well of historical interest. One can appreciate the feeling of great intimacy. It can accommodate up to 30 persons.

30 seats


The view on the square of the Cistercian monks

The Gazebo

The Gazebo in the square of the monks, of medieval origin, is in the shade of the bell tower of the Cistercian Abbey. The space is suitable both for ceremonies and for summer lunches or moonlight dinners. It can comfortably accommodate 40 persons.

The Pergola

Perfect for a simple lunch or an aperitif in the shade of the wisteria, behind the bell tower of the Abbey of Morimondo, it can accommodate up to 15 persons

After the dessert

Views and nature to discover

“Il Filo di Grano is immersed inside one of the 100 most beautiful villages in Italy.”

I Borghi più belli d’Italia (The most beautiful villages in Italy), an association that rewards the small villages that preserve such environmental, historical and artistic characteristics as to make them tourist destinations, has highlighted Morimondo, with its Abbey, the water-meadows, the luxuriant countryside, the two squares and the well preserved buildings. The Il Filo di Grano inn, looks out onto the small square, paved with the traditional “rizzata”, cobblestones in a radial pattern with the stones taken in ancient times from the Ticino river.