Why this name? Because within the area
surrounding the house, full of pristine vegetation, live in absolute
freedom a porcupine. He does not like a lot to be seen, but without
clear evidence of its passage, even near the house, it often happens
to see the holes, made in the ground. Immersed in the countryside,
surrounded by trees and vegetation changes on a hill on the extreme
outskirts of the city of Ancona, "the porcupine burrow"
is a recently restored house with a large area of land available
to run freely your four-legged friend. Ideal place to spend a quiet
holiday, away from the daily noises of the city in a healthy natural
environment. The house has two apartments, one on the ground floor
(small porcupine), the other on the top floor, larger (large porcupine).