The residence of the Veronelli family is located in the historic center of Pusiano in a large and ancient courtyard characteristic of the area where other families live in a peaceful and sharing environment. A few meters from the house you reach the shore of the lake to admire its light with sunrises and sunsets that have already enchanted poets and painters in the past, including Giuseppe Parini and Giovanni Segantini.
The beauty of the lake, the geographical position of Pusiano located in the Parco del Valle del Lambro and bordering the nearby Parco del Lago del Segrino in the Lariano Triangle, its Prealps offer tourists to the B&B Leon d’Oro a wide range of tourist opportunities sports in particular canoeing, kayaking, paragliding, cycling and walking, climbing, etc.
A little bit of history
Leon d’Oro was the name of the hotel that in ancient times found its place in the court and whose existence is documented between 1760 and the end of the 800, in the period of maximum splendor of the nearby Palazzo Beauharnais (XV – XIX century), built by the Carpani marquises and currently the seat of cultural and educational activities and for some years also the municipality of Pusiano. Between 1805 and 1814 the palace was the prerogative of the viceroy Eugenio Beauharnais who perfected the construction of the still preserved Italian garden.
The wrought iron sign on the façade and taken from the bed & breakfast logo is preserved in the ancient hotel.
The choice of this name wanted to recreate an ideal connection with the tradition of hospitality of the structure.