The building is located at about 900 m above sea level at 10 minutes from Tolmezzo through the road crossing the village of Fusea to the plateau of Curiedi (tourist road, the Peat Bog Biotope of Curiedi). A wide meadow between the Munts Duron and Diverdalce, surrounded by beech and conifers forests with a large network of paths leading both to the Val di Lauco and the Val Degano, ends in the Val del But and Zuglio with its famous Ancient Roman remains. In the middle of this plateau you can find the Peat Bog Biotope of Curiedi, which has been officially drecognized as a protected area since 1998. In the beauty of the meadows, the large glades surrounded by woods, the views, the farms, the stables and the grazing cattle, you can find the "Stali Mariute", a shed built by the greatgrandparents of the owners about a hundred years ago, later used as a cattle shelter in the summer. Today the building by means of a careful restoring maintains its original aspect but it has also been redifined with contemporary interior spaces to be part of the AD project. You can get there through a short forest road 200 m. long. It stands isolated on a grassy slope in a large view of the Mount Arvenis (1969m on sea level). On the ground floor there is a double room and a room with a bunk bed, two bathrooms with a shower, a washing machine and a baby changing table. A cot is available on request. The entrance hall with its stone floor and wooden walls leads to the first floor with a wooden staircase that is the effective axis of the building. The first floor (the former barn) can also be reached from the outside by a ramp up, reminding to ancient habits. It is an openspace defining, thanks to the staircase, that can be both a cupboard and a sofa, the kitchen and the dining area, a large living room with a heater and two day beds for four more beds. The upper floor has a nice extending breathtaking view of the surrounding wildlife thanks to the large 25 sqm balcony.